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More than Money: Impact Investing for Development

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  • John Simon
  • Julia Barmeler

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Much of development policy is geared toward increasing investment and creating the conditions that allow private capital flows to take the place of development assistance. The renowned development success stories—Taiwan, South Korea, Eastern Europe, Costa Rica, and China—have all been marked by a dramatic increase in private investment, both domestic and foreign.

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  • John Simon & Julia Barmeler, 2010. "More than Money: Impact Investing for Development," Working Papers id:3299, eSocialSciences.
  • Handle: RePEc:ess:wpaper:id:3299
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    1. Anna Höchstädter & Barbara Scheck, 2015. "What’s in a Name: An Analysis of Impact Investing Understandings by Academics and Practitioners," Journal of Business Ethics, Springer, vol. 132(2), pages 449-475, December.
    2. Clarkin John E. & L. Cangioni Carole, 2016. "Impact Investing: A Primer and Review of the Literature," Entrepreneurship Research Journal, De Gruyter, vol. 6(2), pages 135-173, April.

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    development; policy; investment; private capital; Taiwan; South Korea; foreign;

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