Marketing social innovations concept: an appeal for methodological pluralism

Authors

  • Edouard Novatorov Department of management, National Research University, Higher school of economics, Russian Federation

Keywords:

Social innovation, Social marketing, Social innovation marketing, Pluralist research paradigm

Abstract

Societal problems represent both opportunities and challenges for private and public organizations. Issues such as poverty, climate change and inequality can be seen either as a burden or as a source for innovation. Multinational Corporations, Nonprofit Organizations (NGOs), Cooperatives and Social-Purpose Organizations (SPOs) have engaged in projects that can tackle some of these major societal issues.The paper explores existing discussion over controvercial social marketing concept and develops superior conceptualization of social innovation marketing concept based on pluralist research paradigm found in the philosophy of social science literature.

Published

2016-02-21

How to Cite

Novatorov, E. . (2016). Marketing social innovations concept: an appeal for methodological pluralism. Scientific Journal of Pure and Applied Sciences, 5(2), 367-378. Retrieved from http://www.sjournals.com/index.php/sjpas/article/view/1321

Issue

Section

Social Sciences