Part Two of this two-part webinar series, led by Ted Robertson and Will Tucker-Ray, will discuss cases from ideas42’s behavioral design work with governments, including the White House Social and Behavioral Sciences Team and the mayoral offices of Chicago and New York. Will and Ted will be joined by a guest speaker, Matthew Klein, the executive director of the Center for Economic Opportunity in the New York City Mayor’s office.Access this webinar
Part One of this two-part webinar series, will explore the tangible aspects of behavioral science research demonstrating why we must go beyond simply relying on stakeholders’ answers to questions if we want to understand them better. Piyush Tantia, co-executive director of ideas42, a social enterprise that uses insights from behavioral economics to invent fresh solutions to tough social problems, will share surprising case studies from this discipline of study.Access this webinar
A growing number of schools are advancing the pedagogy and practice of social enterprise, and today have much more to offer than they did a generation ago.
More social innovators need to ask themselves whether the products and services they offer are actually new—and whether they in fact benefit the people they aim to help.
Japan is opening the door to new approaches, such as social enterprise, for solving its pressing social problems.
Florence, a social enterprise, is helping cause major reforms in Japan's childcare system.