Since its launch in 2003, Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR) has been committed to seeking out, cultivating, and disseminating the best in research and practice-based knowledge for all organizations involved in the work of social innovation. Published as part of the Stanford Business Books imprint, Stanford Social Innovation Review Books will examine important topics across sectors in philanthropy, nonprofits, business, government, and social enterprises. Books in this series will reflect top scholarship and expertise from SSIR and other sources, providing reputable and high-quality works for practitioners and scholars. This series will publish books written by emerging and established authors from academia, research, and practice to advance the field of social innovation.
We are open to works that examine issues in topics focusing on, but not limited to, advocacy, collaboration, design thinking, scaling, organizational development, leadership, philanthropy, technology, measurement and evaluation, innovation, impact investing, sustainability, and governance. For more information about the series or how to submit a book proposal please contact Steve Catalano: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Alberto Alemanno, Jean Monnet Professor of European Union Law & Policy, HEC Paris
Christian Bason, CEO, Danish Design Center
Hahrie Han, Stavros Niarchos Foundation Professor of Political Science, Johns Hopkins University
Zia Khan, Senior Vice President, Innovation, The Rockefeller Foundation
Danielle Logue, Associate Professor of Innovation, Entrepreneurship, and Strategy, University of Technology Sydney
Chris Marquis, Sinyi Professor of Chinese Management, University of Cambridge, Judge Business School
Ndidi Nwuneli, Managing Partner, Sahel Consulting Agriculture & Nutrition Ltd., Lagos
Rob Reich, Professor of Political Science, Stanford University
Anne-Marie Slaughter, CEO, New America
Meng Zhao, Senior Lecturer of Strategy, International Business and Entrepreneurship, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore