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The Institute for Social Inventions was a think-tank set up in 1985 to publicise and launch good ideas, social innovations, for improving the quality of life. Its founder Nicholas Albery (1948-2001) sought to promote non-technological innovations. It merged with the Global Ideas Bank, formed in 1995.
- Social innovations edited by Albery, Mezey and Radcliffe ISI 0948826 30 4