Social entrepreneurship has led to excellent work, but without an informed and empowered population we will never address the core issues we face.
Useful knowledge for the social sector coming from academic researchers is severely limited.
Big business can join forces with social enterprises to support India’s inclusive growth.
We must invest in the financial literacy of social entrepreneurs and in the social literacy of investors.
A follow up to the recent post "Some Questions About Udacity."
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Exploring open spaces, parks, gardens, and trails as tools for social impact.
Artificial intelligence professor Sebastian Thrun quits Stanford to create a for-profit online university.
There's only one bottom line. It ought to be impact.
In piloting social impact bonds, governments have already yielded some lessons from the field.
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