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On the second day of the Social Outcomes Conference 2022, we held an academic symposium on governance & institutional logics in outcomes-focused partnerships.

The session was chaired by Eleanor Carter, from the GO Lab. She steered the conversation around the various tensions of institutional logics and how these might be mitigated within a Social Impact Bond partnership.

Alec Fraser, from King's College London, emphasised the necessity of asking ourselves whether or not we can maintain 'institutional learnings' in the long term.  

When discussing the role of governance and leadership in mediating different institutional logics, Franziska Rosenbach (GO Lab), also argued for the need of leadership as a crucial component in the enabling of a more pluralistic policy approach to problems.