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Purchasing social good(s): a definition and typology of social procurement

This paper responds to the divergent understandings of social procurement in the public management sphere. It proposes a single definition of social procurement and and develops a typology of its implementation. In doing so, the paper provides clarification of the intents and approaches of social procurement in hopes of improving policy implementation and evaluation.

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