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Research on social innovation investigates the process by which social problems are tackled.  Such ambitious efforts at change require scholars to develop ambitious research designs. We argue for research designs that center organizations as the unit of analysis and those that center ecosystems as the most useful level of analysis. After highlighting the important benefits and trade-offs associated with these design choices, we end with a few provocative questions and their appropriate research designs to motivate future research.

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