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Spring 2012

Volume 10, Number 2

Social innovations can vary widely from one country or region to another, as demonstrated by two articles in the summer 2012 issue of Stanford Social Innovation Review. The cover story, “The Social Enterprise Emerges in China,” shows that the concept of a social enterprise has a different meaning in China than it does in the West. And “Private Schools for the Poor,” an article that details an approach gaining popularity in the developing world, offers a different model for education than the one used in much of the West.

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