ACSEP
13 March 2019

Social Impact Measurement: Control Groups and Counterfactual Thinking

How does your company monitor and evaluate the social impact of your programmes? The Asia Centre for Social Entrepreneurship and Philanthropy (ACSEP) Training Programme: Social…
ACSEP   13 February 2019
Exploring family philanthropy in Singapore
Recently, 115 participants attended the Asia Centre for Social Entrepreneurship and Philanthropy (ACSEP)’s event A Conversation on Family Philanthropy that launched the 5th applied research paper in its Philanthropy in Asia Series “Exploring Family Philanthropy in Singapore”. Authored by ACSEP researcher Dr June Lee, “Exploring Family Philanthropy in Singapore” discusses…
ACSEP   11 February 2019
Social Impact Measurement: Key Impact Indicators
How does your company monitor and evaluate the social impact of your programmes? The Asia Centre for Social Entrepreneurship & Philanthropy (ACSEP) Training Programme: Social Impact Measurement is a series of training sessions for practitioners who are keen to improve the way they measure the impact of their social programmes.…
ACSEP   09 January 2019
Social Impact Measurement: Theory of Change approach
How does your company monitor and evaluate social impact of your programmes? The Asia Centre for Social Entrepreneurship & Philanthropy (ACSEP) Training Programme: Social Impact Measurement is a series of training sessions for practitioners who are keen to improve the way they measure the impact of their social programmes. After…
ACSEP   20 November 2018
Creating knowledge for social entrepreneurs
China-based Leping Social Entrepreneur Foundation and US-based Enlight Foundation recently donated US$150,000 to support research at NUS Business School’s Asia Centre for Social Entrepreneurship & Philanthropy (ACSEP). Outside-In recently spoke to Jaff Shen, CEO of Leping Social Entrepreneur Foundation to find out more about the social entrepreneurship landscape in China…
ACSEP   30 October 2018
A guide for organisations to measure their social impact
The ACSEP Training Programme: Social Impact Measurement is a series of workshops for practitioners who are interested to learn new methods of measuring their social impact. The first session was held on 25 September at the NUSS Kent Ridge Guild House, where ACSEP Research Fellow Dr Frank Hubers demonstrated the…
ACSEP   25 September 2018
Executive Programme by Prof Paul Brest: Measuring & improving the impact of social enterprises
Asia Centre for Social Entrepreneurship & Philanthropy (ACSEP) was privileged to have Prof Paul Brest from Stanford Law School and former president of the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation conduct an executive programme from 25 – 27 August 2015. The event kicked off with an introductory lecture on strategic philanthropy…
ACSEP   11 July 2018
ARNOVA-Asia Conference 2018: New Opportunities in Asia
Hong Kong University hosted the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organisations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA)-Asia Conference 2018 from 27 – 28 July. Themed Evolving Government-Third Sector Relations in Asia, the conference aimed to address the changing roles of the third sector in public affairs, and the implications for nonprofit management,…
ACSEP   10 June 2017
International Symposium on Social Entrepreneurship 2017
2017 marked the third International Symposium on Social Entrepreneurship (ISSE) since the inaugural event in 2015 organised by Asia Centre for Social Entrepreneurship and Philanthropy at NUS Business School. On 21 April, ISSE 2017 provided a platform for academic researchers, social entrepreneurs and various stakeholders to share their knowledge and…
ACSEP   01 November 2016
Do people really know what a Social Enterprise is? Public Perception Survey 2016
In 2016, the Singapore Centre for Social Enterprise (raiSE) commissioned ACSEP at NUS Business School to conduct a Public Perception Study on awareness and understanding of social enterprises, purchasing behaviour, and the motivations for buying from social enterprises. A total of 2,000 questionnaires were distributed and 1,888 people returned valid…