What Does an Organisation Need to Conduct a Sound SROI Analysis?
Part of the Palgrave Studies in Impact Finance book series (SIF)
The goal of the SROI analysis as it is presented in this book is to gather and analyse data about an organisation’s activities and performance as well as their impacts.
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