Collaborative approaches to economic development are seeing results.
Why Africa needs society-minded entrepreneurs, not glitzy projects, and how the economic philosophy of Africapitalism can guide the way.
A reminder that getting client and beneficiary feedback—even in the face of competing priorities—is critical to effective program design.
The 21st century needs to harness the power of water, and the battered coastal city of New Orleans may just have the goods to do it.
Several ventures now under way in developing countries show how networks of connected machines can drive economic growth.
New tools and practices are helping low-income Americans use rent payments to build up their financial profile.
By imposing requirements on recipients, cash transfer programs can “push” them to develop habits of civic participation.
Low-income communities have the power to shape their economic future, but only if they have access to tools that educate and empower.