On 14-15 October 2021, the team from the European Center for Social Finance traveled to Patras, Greece, to participate in the "Stay–on" project kick-off meeting organized on the Lead Partner...
The European Center for Social Finance was created to help establish best practices and distribute knowledge in financing the provision of social services and social innovations. It works at the intersection of theory, practice and policy and views social finance as a process which encompasses among others selection criteria, financing structures and impact assessment. The Center is based at the Munich Business School and works with a network of partner organizations across Europe.
The European Center for Social Finance is providing technical assistance to social enterprise finance providers on behalf of the European Commission.
Research: Studies and Reports
Our research is based on academic quality standards providing insights to intermediaries and institutions. We have worked for European and international institutions, national ministries, foundations and investment funds among others.
We contributed to various projects funded by the OECD, EEA and Norway Grants or the European Commission.
Impact Management and Measurement
Solidarity finance and working with investees
Research strategies in European projects
Financing instruments and strategies
New technologies for the creation of social impact