BY preetamkaushik. Regular business investments are measured on the success barometer by their ability to deliver a financial return. Investing in the social sector, referred to as impact investing, presents an additional challenge—they must deliver a social return.
Legendary successes like Grameen Bank, founded by 2006 Nobel laureate Mohammed Yunus, are part of impact investing folklore, but are these examples few and far between, or is there money to be made by marrying capitalism and socialism?
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