Den Sociale Kapitalfond Analyse (The Social Capital Fund Analysis Department) evaluates and measures the outcomes of our investments and activities. We conduct independent analysis, develop tools, share knowledge and help our clients and partners through consultancy and project development, taking employment and inclusion into account.
Is your organisation looking for new insight on social enterprises and how to best support them? Would you like to know more about impact measurement or partnerships across sectors to create inclusive growth?
We carry out analyses to identify social enterprises, where to find them, and what their impact means to their communities.
R & D: Analysis: Disrupted? The impact of the fourth industrial revolution on marginalised groups and social responsibility.
The ‘fourth industrial revolution’ is by many considered force that will fundamentally change our society. But what will be the consequences for the groups already on the brink of the labour market?
Den Sociale Kapitalfond, TrygFonden and Det Centrale Handicapråd (Danish Disabillity Council) have joined forces to create a development project for the purpose of identifying the types of jobs that will disappear completely or change fundamentally. The purpose is to understand the consequences of the changes, to be able to create opportunities.
Therefore, the project particularly focuses on the potentials of technological development to illustrate where and how the technologies will present opportunities to marginalized groups.
We offer presentations, facilitate debates, provide advice and carry out customised analyses.
Networking event: Measuring social value
At a well-attended event, we discussed what we would need to guarantee that investments made by the Danish society would create the greatest possible social value in light of the billions currently spent on welfare every year. We invited Bikubenfonden and were also joined by Red Cross Youth, Kolding municipality and Specialisterne. Our development manager, Anne Kjær Skovgaard, chaired the debate.
We cooperate with municipalities, agencies, ministries, foundations and companies to develop new knowledge and models.
Development project: A Danish model for measuring social value
In collaboration with the Danish Business Authority and other stakeholders, we are developing and testing a Danish approach to measuring social value creation. This approach will make it possible to compare results across social interventions and enable businesses, organisations, councils and foundations to quantify social change.
We operate networks to help people who advise, support and collaborate with social enterprises.
Network: Insights and tools to support social enterprises
We gather business advisers and executives from all over the country, sharing knowledge and experience and developing tools for use by companies and entrepreneurs who create jobs for marginalised citizens.
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Anne is the Head of Development at Den Sociale Kapitalfond. She cooperates with stakeholders across sectors to develop projects and tools to underpin inclusive growth. Anne previously worked as Project Director for Mandag Morgen where she spent years working intensively with welfare development and collaboration across the public, private and voluntary sectors as a project developer, consultant, speaker and facilitator. Anne holds a Master’s degree in Political Science from the University of Copenhagen, specialising in social entrepreneurship. She studied at Copenhagen Business School, the University of Surrey and the London School of Economics.
Kristian is responsible for data analytics at Den Sociale Kapitalfond. He has more than 10 years’ experience in empirical analysis and impact measurement in areas such as employment, education, distribution and health. He was most recently Head of Research for the think tank, Kraka, and worked for the UN Food and Agriculture Organisation. Kristian has a Master’s degree in Economics and a PhD in Economics from the Technical University of Denmark in collaboration with Cornell University.