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philanthrocapitalists

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  • n. Plural form of philanthrocapitalist.

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  • At the very forefront of this movement are those-variously called philanthrocapitalists, impact investors or social entrepreneurs-who argue the best way to solve the enormous problems the world faces is to harness not just business practices but also market forces.

    NextBillion.net - Development Through Enterprise - Eradicating Poverty through Profit

  • Unlike their colleagues in government bureaucracies and tried-and-true NGOs, the philanthrocapitalists are a nimble, business-minded stock, and many of them are on this list.

    Foreign Policy

  • In their new book, Philanthrocapitalism: How the Rich Can Save the World, Matthew Bishop and Michael Green describe how super-rich "philanthrocapitalists" like Bill Gates are shaking up the world of g ...

    Paul Brest: Philanthrocapitalism

  • In their new book, Philanthrocapitalism: How the Rich Can Save the World, Matthew Bishop and Michael Green describe how super-rich "philanthrocapitalists" like Bill Gates are shaking up the world of giving with their businesslike methods.

    Paul Brest: Philanthrocapitalism

  • Many, many people have expressed an opinion on the subject or labeled certain philanthropists 'philanthrocapitalists' without actually understanding the concept.

    Julia Moulden: What Are You Reading?

  • Such progress that will be made will be on issues where the UN is engaged in a posse with business, non-governmental agencies and philanthrocapitalists, such as on tackling communicable diseases -- thanks not least to the Ted Turner-created UN

    Matthew Bishop: The Art of the Posse-able

  • As businesspeople, philanthrocapitalists appreciate the importance of supporting great organizations with strong, motivated leaders.

    Paul Brest: Philanthrocapitalism

  • Some philanthrocapitalists look for the same high-risk, high-return opportunities in their giving as they did with their for-profit businesses.

    Paul Brest: Philanthrocapitalism

  • Much philanthrocapitalism is not all that different from the philanthropy practiced by foundations that have been around for a while -- no surprise when you realize that John D. Rockefeller, Andrew Carnegie, David Packard, and Bill Hewlett were the philanthrocapitalists of their times.

    Paul Brest: Philanthrocapitalism

  • Meanwhile, you can read Bishop and Green's engaging book to get a sense of the energy and commitment behind the philanthrocapitalists 'new ideas.

    Paul Brest: Philanthrocapitalism

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