Discovery Projects - Grant ID: DP170100388 [ 2017-01-01 - 2020-07-01 ]

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Researchers: Christopher Brennan-Horley (Chief Investigator) ,  Jane Farmer (Chief Investigator) ,  Katharine McKinnon (Chief Investigator) ,  Kilpatrick, Susan (Chief Investigator) ,  Prof Josephine Barraket (Chief Investigator)
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Brief description Mapping the effect of social enterprise on regional city disadvantage. This project aims to explore how social enterprises affect wellbeing and community capacity in disadvantaged areas of regional cities. Governments increasingly invest in social enterprise to benefit individuals and places. This project will use a spatial methodology to map where and how benefits are realised. To date, robust evidence about how social enterprise affects disadvantage is lacking, partly due to inadequate research methodology. This project expects to provide web-based design tools and applications to assist regional city communities and councils in the development of social enterprises that can help disadvantaged people and places.

Funding Amount $257,000

Funding Scheme Discovery Projects

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