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Social Enterprise

The promise of the digital economy cannot be divorced from the gravity of the perils facing humanity and the globe. Individuals who embrace this challenge and opportunity manage to create innovative new technologies that do good in the world and chase the bottom line. These are their stories.


  1. Warren McFarlan

    Warren McFarlan

    Warren is the Baker Foundation Professor and Albert H. Gordon Professor of Business Administration, Emeritus at Harvard Business School.

  2. V. Kasturi Rangan

    V. Kasturi Rangan

    Kash is the Malcolm P. McNair Professor of Marketing at the Harvard Business School and the co-chairman of the school’s Social Enterprise Initiative.

  3. Dave Munichiello

    Dave Munichiello

    Dave is a Partner at Google Ventures, where he invests in rockstar teams who dream big and leverage new technologies to make the world better.

  4. Tom Hulme

    Tom Hulme

    Tom is presently General Partner at Google Ventures, Senior Advisor to IDEO and Director and Founder of OpenIDEO and OIEngine.

  5. Raymond Fisman

    Raymond Fisman

    Ray is the Slater Family Professor in Behavioral Economics at Boston University and prolific author.