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SSIR blogger Regina Ridley joined the Stanford Social Innovation Review in 2006 as publishing director.

Socially Responsible Business

Radical Transparency Will Change the World

A new counterbalance to corporate power is developing.

By Regina Ridley | 6 | Apr. 20, 2010

The Hidden Costs of Cause Marketing

By Angela M. Eikenberry | 18 | May. 21, 2009

Rays of Light in the Giving Gloom

Recent surveys on giving by corporations and high-net-worth individuals look promising for the nonprofit sector. The author submits how to best obtain these resources in a competitive fundraising environment.

By Todd Cohen | Feb. 2, 2009

A Modest Proposal for Nonprofit Lobbying

The author suggests that nonprofits seek lobbying help from corporations that are limited in the cash they can offer.

By Kelly Kleiman | Jan. 27, 2009

An Interview with Jane Arsenault, Author of Forging Nonprofit Alliances

Arsenault shares how she has facilitated nonprofit mergers.

By Jean Butzen | 1 | Aug. 27, 2008

The Price of Going Left

By Alana Conner | May. 29, 2008

America’s Least Philanthropic Companies

Put companies on alert that their refusal to give back to the community is not going unnoticed.

By Perla Ni | 38 | Jun. 20, 2007

Socially Responsible Business

Review: The Market for Virtue

Reviewed By David Vogel | May. 8, 2007

Socially Responsible Business

Review: What Matters Most

Reviewed By Sheila Kaplan | May. 4, 2007

Review: Walking the Talk

Reviewed By David Gal | Apr. 19, 2007