Zhao Meng is an associate professor at the Renmin Business School, and the director of Yunus Center for Social Business & Microfinance, Renmin University of China (YCRUC). YCRUC is the major initiator of the Beijing Initiative for China Social Enterprise Development, and the key standard setter for China’s social enterprise certification system. He received his Ph.D. from the Said Business School, Oxford University. He was a visiting fellow at Harvard Kennedy School of Government and worked as a postdoctoral scholar at Stanford University’s Philanthropy and Civil Society Research Center. His research on stakeholder management, corporate social responsibility and social entrepreneurship has appeared on Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of Business Ethics, Business Horizons, Stanford Social Innovation Review, CEIBS Business Review, Financial Times, etc. He is the chief editor of two books on social entrepreneurship. Meng has taught Creating Shared Values, Corporate Social Responsibility, Leadership and Business Ethics in MBA and EMBA programs at Renmin Business School, SKOLKOVO Moscow School of Management, CEIBS and Guanghua School of Management, Peking University.