Impact at Scale: Policy Innovation for Institutional Investment with Social & Environmental Benefit

Feb 10, 2012 · Ben Thornley, David Wood, Katie Grace

The Global Impact Investing Policy Project is a collaboration between InSight and the Initiative for Responsible Investment at Harvard University, funded by The Rockefeller Foundation, exploring the role of public policy in impact investing. The objective of the project is to support stakeholders from the government, research, investment and related communities in designing policies that lead to more robust and effective impact investing markets.

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