Danijel Baturina, Assistant, M.A. in Sociology, junior researcher and a PhD candidate. He has participated in several research projects about civil society, welfare mix development and addressing social innovation and social entrepreneurship as a new developmental concepts.
Baturina is expert associate of CERANEO- Centre for Development of Non-profit Organisations, a Croatian think tank dealing with action-oriented research and advocacy of the role of civil society in social policy.
- Bežovan, G., Matančević, J., Baturina, D., (2014) Zagreb. Social innovations for social cohesion: transnational patterns and approaches from 20 European cities. In: Evers, A.,Ewert, B. Brandsen, T., (Eds) Liege : EMES, 2014. Str. 31-47.
- Bežovan, G., Matančević, J., Baturina, D., (2014) Varaždin. Social innovations for social cohesion: transnational patterns and approaches from 20 European cities. In: Evers, A.,Ewert, B. Brandsen, T., (Eds) Liege : EMES, 2014. Str. 47-65.
- Baturina, D. (2013) Conceptualization of social entrepreneurship and the challenges of area development (in Croatian) Ekonomska misao i praksa. God. XXII. (2013) BR. 1., 123-142.
- Vincetić, V., Babić, Z., Baturina, D. (2013) Defining areas and potential development of Croatian social entrepreneurship in a comparative context. (in Croatian) Ekonomski pregled, Vol.64. No.3. 256-278.
- Bežovan, G; Matančević, J., Baturina, D.(2011) Local Welfare Systems as a part of the Croatian Welfare State – Housing, employment and child care (WILCO report paper; no.05)
Welfare Innovations at the local level in favour of cohesion, WILCO (2010-2014)
The WILCO project examined how social innovations develop in European cities as a response to pressing social problems and how these innovations interact with local welfare systems. It was funded by the European Commission under the 7th European Framework Programme and consisted of a consortium of ten countries and two research networks.