Podcast with Johanna Mair: Chronicling Social Entrepreneurship’s Evolution

Johanna Mair (SEFORÏS) is the academic editor of Stanford Social Innovation Review; professor of organization, strategy and leadership at the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin; and the Hewlett Foundation scholar at the Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society. Her research focuses on how entrepreneurs create value through novel organizational and institutional arrangements. She is a vice-chair of the Global Agenda Council on Social Innovation at the World Economic Forum and has written three books on social entrepreneurship and multiple award-winning articles on international development, scaling social impact and corporate strategy.

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