GiveDirectly relies on high tech and hard data to test whether large cash transfers can alleviate extreme poverty.
The limits of technocratic, one-size-fits-all approaches to economic development have become all too evident.
An online platform helps city governments to discover, organize, and market publicly owned property.
An initiative undertaken by the World Bank reveals a troubling gap in the financing of social enterprises.
The Aspen Network of Development Entrepreneurs targets a "missing" segment in emerging economies.
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SMART CITIES explores how the combination of city growth and new technology can bring opportunities for the future.
Through the Global Changemakers program, people under the age of 25 are developing solutions to problems that directly affect them.
A properly designed sponsor-a-child program can have real, long-term impact on the life course of its beneficiaries.
Major local events, with some notable exceptions, spur locally based companies to increase charitable giving.
In Tunisia, the Souk At-tanmia project provides funding and technical support to budding entrepreneurs.