Inequality, and its political, social and economic consequences, continue to have a significant impact in the European Union despite the redistributive policies deployed in recent years. To advance in its reduction and in a more inclusive economy, a new social contract is necessary to create sustainable and quality employment, among other objectives.
European Commission, seeking to promote this inclusive growth, has launched various actions to promote the social economy prioritizing its visibility and impact measurement. The impact assessment methodologies, which usually have their origin in those carried out by public policies, could be used by social economy entities to validate the projects deployed within the new social contract results.
- Number: 8
- Year: 2023
- DOI: 10.36852/2695-4427_2023_08.01