Philanthropy

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In Case You Missed It: Impact Through the Looking Glass

In this issue, more thinking on poverty, prosperity and the role of capitalism, the trillion dollar opportunity for investing locally, and making accounting have impact.

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In Case You Missed It: A Whole New Shared World

In this issue, more responses to “Capital in the Twenty-First Century”, thoughts on the sharing economy, and putting a balance-sheet value on natural resources.

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In Case You Missed It: May the Impact Be With You

In this issue, thoughts on impact investing, technology-eating low-wage jobs, the growth in contingency work, and being young and underemployed.

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In Case You Missed It: This Week in U.S. Poverty

In this issue, a tragic view of America’s poor, what responsible investing has to do with it, and the employment impact of education.

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In Case You Missed It: Impacting With the Times

In this issue, thinking on low wage work and poverty, the problem with maximizing of shareholder value, and a new app for philanthropic millennials.

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In Case You Missed It: The Employment Challenge

In this issue: new thoughts on poverty and the labor market, the “internet of things” and its economic impact, and gloomy news about climate change.

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In Case You Missed It: Nonprofits and the Connected Economy

In this issue: new thoughts on poverty and the labor market, the “internet of things” and its economic impact, and gloomy news about climate change.

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In Case You Missed It: Investing & Giving for Good

In this issue, there is thinking on philanthropy and impact investing, another job market check up, and the big bank debate and subprime lending.

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In Case You Missed It: Working Any Which Way You Can

In this issue, we have new thinking on the job market, innovations in the social sector, overhauling taxes, and the decline of American exceptionalism.

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In Case You Missed It: The Business of Low-Wage Work

In this issue, thinking on corporations’ relationship to the state and taxes, impact investing’s promise and the utility of raising the minimum wage.