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High social capital means a lower cost of loan capital

Lessons from Fogo Island and beyond
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Minimum income initiatives and child credits the first steps of a long leadership track

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Demonizing the eight richest people in the world will not eradicate global poverty

From the streets of India to rural Ontario, frugal IT innovation ecosystems parlay resource-light technologies into affordable and sustainable offerings

The unwillingness to act decisively is hardly benign. New research suggests passive leaders confuse and wear down employees

Aboriginal youth unemployment is twice the Canadian average. For one Toronto firm, this sorry statistic is a call to action

When the business and political costs of social licences are underestimated, we all lose

Developing countries that strengthen intellectual property rights attract a greater variety of imports in patent-intensive industries

As impact investment surges, social finance practitioners learn that money, conventional metrics, and good intentions go only so far

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