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How the UK’s social investment bank will harness entrepreneurship and capital to solve societal problems.
Elizabeth Littlefield heads up OPIC, a federal agency that helps steer billions of dollars of private investment capital to developing countries.
How The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation approaches high-risk philanthropic ventures.
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A veteran of the microfinance industry looks at impact investing through the lenses of history, language, and psychology.
A group of social innovation leaders from around the world discuss impact investing and how to make it more effective.
Impact Investing: Transforming How We Make Money While Making a Difference by Antony Bugg-Levine & Jed Emerson
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