A new report shows how innovative impact investing policies are helping Hong Kong tackle its social problems.
The Supreme Court’s reasoning and decision in Hobby Lobby should make the foundation reflect on the relative wisdom of its initiative to blend the nonprofit and for-profit sectors.
We must move beyond the profit proxy as a shorthand way of determining whether a business is successful or not, and whether it is social or not.
Increased cross-sector collaboration has allowed businesses to use the power of capitalism to solve social problems—an introduction to the fall 2014 issue.
A look at the quantum growth trends and prevalent investment approach over the last 14 years.
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A novel impact investment model can help social enterprises and foundations generate a high social return on investment.
A framework to make impact investing appealing to institutional investors and accessible to international nonprofits.
A new approach to unlocking institutional investments globally.
More foundations are deploying a full range of financial investment vehicles to yield positive social and financial returns, and using new tools to track impact data.
To build a thriving social enterprise sector, we need to rethink the purpose of capital and employ a new strategic funding approach.