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Impact investing: an idea whose time has come Aid Effectiveness Alternatives in development CSR 

Impact investing: an idea whose time has come

“Corporations rule the world,” the old saying goes. But perhaps, not anymore, as investors and customers channel their money according to their beliefs and moral principles. One avenue for this is impact investment, which according to Liza Moiseeva can build a bridge between profit-seeking investors and the work that development organisations do.
Give people what they want, not what the corporation wants. Aid Effectiveness Alternatives in development CSR Ethics in development Fundraising 

Give people what they want, not what the corporation wants.

Who represents the poor? How do corporations define and shape perceptions of social issues, and what is the impact of this influence? Weh Yeoh takes a look at the CSR programme of an airline and argues that too often, these programmes are shaped by the corporation, not the needs of the people.