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Spring 2015

Volume 13, Number 2

The spring 2015 issue of Stanford Social Innovation Review features two articles about social enterprises that went through difficult times, and what one can learn from their experiences. The first, “Cause for Reflection,” is about a “philanthropub” in Washington, D.C., that failed. The second, “Entrepreneurship and Ebola,” is about an ethically sourced apparel company in Liberia that is struggling to survive amidst the Ebola outbreak.

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