Economic Development Social innovations that improve the living standards of the poor
An excerpt from Can Business Save the Earth?: Innovating Our Way to Sustainability
For-profits and nonprofits play different roles in bidding for international development contracts.
To build support for progressive immigration reform in the United States, advocates must turn away from “us versus them” framing, and toward language that emphasizes shared humanity, collective prosperity, and the country’s distinct identity as a “nation of immigrants.”
Building truly inclusive economies requires that leaders broaden their understanding of gender and the many different ways gender identity can affect inclusion.
Rethinking traditional impact investment products offers a path forward for nonprofit organizations seeking greater access to capital.
A reading list of some of our favorite articles on women, girls, and gender equality.
While people in the Western world often assume that extended families in developing countries are oppressive to women who marry into them, family support can actually enable women to take on paying jobs outside the home.
Fair Trade-certified coffee is growing in sales, but strict certification requirements are resulting in uneven economic advantages for coffee growers and lower quality coffee for consumers.
We are mistaking an important experiment for a proven solution.
Frugal, flexible, and inclusive “jugaad innovation” provides a compelling model for nonprofits looking for innovative solutions to significant problems.
The timing is opportune for CSR to catalyze impact in India’s development sector.