Sonntag, 27. Oktober 2013

Philanthropic Innovation And Creative Capitalism

Each generation creates its own philanthropic bodies, with novel structures promising both increased sustainability and efficiency. From the seventeenth-century financial imperialists to today's internet entrepreneurs, innovation, wealth, and philanthropy have moved in tandem, shaping one another and resulting in new philanthropic forms.

Understanding the underappreciated nexus between business and philanthropy is vital for harnessing the larger potential of new philanthropy, as well as for promoting regulatory action that can enhance both business and philanthropic innovation. Recognizing philanthropic entrepreneurialism as a reflection of, and reaction to, commercial innovations such as the development of capital-pooling models or internet social-networks, is imperative for the design of a more proactive and efficient regulatory regime.

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