Eric Nee is the managing editor of the Stanford Social Innovation Review.
Creating a Sunny World | May. 15, 2013
Solnechny Mir (Our Sunny World) is a Russian rehabilitation center that hosts more than 250 children and their families each week.
Sodom and Gomorrah | Feb. 20, 2013
e-waste recycling in Agbogbloshie provides a livelihood for thousands of people, but it also results in a heavily polluted environment.
Impact Investing Grows Up | Nov. 14, 2012
The impact investing field is maturing as leaders of social innovation reflect on their experiences and research.
People’s Choices Matter | Aug. 16, 2012
Although new corporate forms like B Corps make it easier to pursue a social mission, it turns out that you don't need one to do so.
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Focus on Health | May. 17, 2012
Critics of Obamacare have taken away attention from important aspects of the act, such as its focus on keeping people healthy.
Collapse of an Iconic Social Enterprise | Aug. 18, 2011
The ShoreBank saga provides important lessons for people who believe that for-profit institutions can be used for social change.
Manish Bapna | Jan. 31, 2011
Manish Bapna, managing director of World Resources Institute, is helping China manage its environmental problems.
Neal Keny-Guyer | Aug. 30, 2010
Neal Keny-Guyer believes that wars, earthquakes, and other disasters create opportunities for Mercy Corps to help improve society.
Nonprofits and the News | Apr. 1, 2003
Ever wonder why some nonprofits get all the press? That's the question a pair of sociologists set out to answer, with surprising results.