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Social value added (SVA) as an adaptation of economic valueadded (EVA) to the specifcity of cultural institutions

Paweł Wnuczak
Kozminski University

2018 26 (1) Central European Management Journal

DOI 10.7206/jmba.ce.2450-7814.221

Abstract

Purpose: The purpose of this article is to present the concept of social value added (SVA) as a tool for measuring the effectiveness of the activity of not-for-proft cultural institutions. Findings: The modifcations presented in this article make it possible to adapt economic value added (EVA) to the needs and specifcity of not-for-proft public cultural institutions. Applying a modifed EVA parameter, that is SVA, in cultural institutions may facilitate the process of management and the measurement of effective utilization of resources of these entities.

Methodology: A direct application of the measure of economic value added (EVA) in the case of evaluation of non-proft activity of cultural institutions would be impossible because of the specifcity of such organizations, which – as distinct from standard enterprises – are not oriented on generating fnancial gains. The article covers several successive modifcations of EVA, which lead eventually to the measure of social value added (SVA). This parameter represents the difference between the social impact of an evaluated institution and the social cost of capital involved in the conducted activity. A positive SVA means that the activity carried out by the institution subject to evaluation is socially viable. The method of SVA calculation presented in the article has been supported by a numerical example.

Originality/value: Published sources seldom tend to cover the tools improving management process or making it possible to measure the effects achieved by public cultural institutions. The solution discussed in this paper is a contribution to the body of reference literature in the said scope.

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Wnuczak, P. . (2018). Social value added (SVA) as an adaptation of economic valueadded (EVA) to the specifcity of cultural institutions. Central European Management Journal, 26(1), 100-120. https://doi.org/10.7206/jmba.ce.2450-7814.221 (Original work published 2018)

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Wnuczak, Paweł . “Social Value Added (Sva) As An Adaptation Of Economic Valueadded (Eva) To The Specifcity Of Cultural Institutions”. Central European Management Journal, Central European Management Journal, 26, no. 1 (2018): 100-120. doi:10.7206/jmba.ce.2450-7814.221.