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The “And” Strategy of Impact Venture Capital

“The future of venture capital is impact tech”, writes CBGS Fellow Melina Sánchez Montañés T’20.

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Emerging Risks for Sovereign Wealth Funds

CBGS Fellow Michela Schena T’20 explores the institutional and portfolio risks associated with each emerging risk and recommends operational and structural changes to mitigate them.

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Maximizing the “Impact” of Impact-Focused Private Investment

CBGS Fellow Jenna Pugrant T’20 believes that traditional capital markets can help drive change through impact and ESG-aligned investing.

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Can Authoritarianism Play a Role for Developing Economies?

CBGS Fellow Marianne Poh T’20 uses Singapore to investigate the tradeoffs between democracy and autocracy, as its economy developed and the country rose to power.

Faculty Research

Barriers to tuberculosis care delivery among miners and their families in South Africa

South African miners suffer the highest tuberculosis (TB) rates in the world. Current efforts to stem the epidemic are insufficient. Historical legacies and persistent disease burden demand innovative approaches to...

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Parker Ranch: A Vision for Sustainable Energy Generation

A small group of Tuck students had the opportunity to meet with Neil “Dutch” Kuyper T’92, CEO of Parker Ranch, last Tuesday during lunch. As always, it was great to...

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The Difference Between Food Loss and Food Waste

Food waste is a growing problem, not only in the United States, but across the world. Every year roughly one third of all food produced in the world for human...