A strategic framework to enhance social innovation is key to enhancing social wellbeing and is not only about instilling a new cross-cutting method across trditional innovative economic and business fields, but it also needs to stimulate a culture of risk-taking and trust. Small moderate innovators such as Malta and similar jurisdictions find it challenging to boost innovation mostly because of economies of scale that do not lend well to the challenges of migrating to advanced knowledge-based economics. This paper provides grass root empirical feedback to build a strategic framework that a small state like Malta can adopt in order to boost its social innovation ecosystem.

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