Pension funds have great potential to drive companies toward ESG practices, but several hurdles stand in the way.
How not-for-profits, corporate innovation, and public service developments can meet the changing needs of citizens in the Arabian Gulf.
Now in its 10th academic year, Wharton Social Impact Initiative has worked to create a more equitable and sustainable global economy.
Seven steps for creating positive social and environmental impact through business policies and culture
Jennifer Paradis Behle WG11 reports on a life-changing trip to Jordan and the social impact opportunities that could transform lives.
Allie Ilgan from the Wharton Social Impact Initiative speaks with Jackie VanderBrug and Julia Balandina Jacquier about gender lens investing, and what they're seeing in this exciting space.
Three key tensions are likely to define impact investing in 2016 and determine its progress for years to come.
Professor David Musto shares the latest research on why investing in social enterprise is sustainable during a recent Wharton Lifelong Learning event.
The Lifelong Learning Regional Alumni Programs kicked off in New York City with new research revelations about impact investing. See the highlights here.
It’s time to change the narrative about how we discuss peacebuilding and development by bringing impact social enterprises into the conversation.
The Wharton School and the World Bank partner on a revolutionary approach to engaging young adults in the future of the planet.
We went backstage with Team Pennsurance, winners of the Ideas for Action competition, as they presented at the World Bank/IMF annual meeting in Lima.
Research resulting from a partnership of the Wharton Social Impact Initiative and the Finance Department provides proof for the impact investing promise.
Wharton has become a leader in impact investing by engaging with students and the broader community, and by developing cutting-edge research.
Lauder alumna Jennifer Leonard recounts when she found herself and her Wharton business skills in a new industry in “the middle of nowhere.” She survived.