This chapter is about the social economy, social exclusion and inclusion. SMEs not only sustain production and services but also support a renewed social focus with many breakthrough social innovations in what is now called the “Sharing Economy”. However, the skills gap remains a serious challenge for those most damaged by industrial losses – particularly among youth. The concentration of foreigners and ethnic minorities in the poorest neighbourhoods also challenges the European ideal of social cohesion.
May 2022 onwards
Past 30 Days
Full Text Views
You are not currently authorised to access the full text of this chapter or article.
To access the full chapter or article then please choose one of the options below.
Pay to access content (PDF download and unlimited online access)