Activities per year
In his conclusion, Paul Buddery suggests that, just as the Enterprise Solutions project has itself seen a range of solutions, including but not limited to mutualisation, so the future of spin-outs is likely to take a number of different forms. Employee led mutuals may grow but so too will collaborative models, joint ventures, asset transfers and in house trading companies.
As the appetite for spin-outs increases and new providers move into delivery, important opportunities arise for reviewing the evidence. It is important to assess the extent to which social enterprises and mutuals will or will not be able to effectively involve service users and deliver more efficient, responsive and high quality services than the public sector.
|Place of Publication||London|
|Publisher||Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts Manufactures and Commerce|
|Commissioning body||The Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce|
|Number of pages||29|
|Publication status||Published - 1 May 2013|
- Public service
- Public Service Mutuals
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Richard Hazenberg (Principal Investigator)
Impact: 03: Good Health and Well-Being (UN SDG), 09: Industry, Innovation, and Infrastructure (UN SDG), Public policy impacts, Quality of life impacts, Health and Well-Being impacts, Economic impacts