Four Revolutions in Global Philanthropy

Philanthropy is currently undergoing four revolutions in parallel” that will shape the course of philanthropy for years to come, Maximilian Martin writes in this white paper from social investing consultancy Newdea.

In Martin’s view, a market-inspired transformation is moving global philanthropy from a focus on grantmaking to the more active realm of social investing. The four revolutions he sees working are “Amplifying Social Entrepreneurship through Synthetic Social Business,” expanding “From Microfinance to Inclusive Financial Services,” evolving “From Development Assistance to Base-of-the-Pyramid Investments,” and growing “From Classical Grantmaking to Entrepreneurial Internalization of Externalities.

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Pages:

42

Publisher:

Newdea

Author:

Maximilian Martin

Date:

January 1, 2011

Media Type:

Report

Category:

Philanthropy