Shifting from social provision to social investment

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The social sector has only recently begun to see itself as a critical economic player, says Professor David Hayward. But as governments shift more from social provision to social investment, he asks whether it can and should think still more broadly and internationally – and even about how to ‘mix it’ with the Sercos of the world.

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