If the Hewlett Foundation’s Madison Initiative wants to strengthen American democracy, it needs to adopt a more multi-layered democratic theory.
A look at how Hobby Lobby affects emerging corporate forms.
The newly passed Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act illustrates how organizations can find space to debate and successfully create cross-sector and bipartisan solutions.
A look at the strengths and weaknesses of the US Social Impact Bond field framework, and where we need to build capacity to establish SIBs as a viable financial tool.
To bring impact investing into the mainstream, the World Economic Forum is using market-simulated games to advance the conversations.
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Allocating government funding where evidence shows it can have impact will yield results—but there are potential pitfalls.
Does the hype around “pay for performance” financing match the reality?
Recent experience with government-convened hackathons has generated insights into the methods and instruments used to design effective mass collaboration efforts.
How a little-known tradition that helped rebuild Rwanda could help the rest of us.
Planners must shift their attention to the informal economy that is the invisible engine of true urban greatness.