Philip Auerswald is the 2013-14 presidential fellow and an associate professor of public policy at George Mason University. His most recent book is The Coming Prosperity: How Entrepreneurs Are Transforming the Global Economy. He is the founder of Innovations, a quarterly journal about entrepreneurial solutions to global challenges. In June 2013 he led the launch of the National Center for Entrepreneurship and Innovation, an organization dedicated to using the National Mall in Washington DC as a platform to celebrate and support entrepreneurship and innovation. In parallel he is involved in start-up initiatives related to mobile health service delivery and the integration of apprenticeships into collegiate education. From 2010 to 2013 he was an an advisor to the Clinton Global Initiative, focusing on job creation and market-based solutions.
Phil's talk is the keynote lecture for "Discovering Social Innovation through Scholarship," the inaugural graduate student-led symposium on social innovation at Tulane University. View the full schedule for Friday, April 4 at http://tulane.edu/socialentrepreneurship/upload/Social-20Innovation-20Sympsium-20Program_07.pdf
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