Matt Bannick
Former Managing Partner
&
Paula Goldman
Vice President and Global Lead, Tech and Society Solutions Lab

Do No Harm: Subsidies and Impact Investing -- Part IV in Omidyar Network’s case for a sector-based approach to impact investing

September 28, 2012

Do subsidies distort markets or inject them with the dynamism needed to scale new sectors? Omidyar Network evaluates the role of subsidies in spurring new markets and examines instances where, alternatively, they can lead to stagnation.

Read more on the Stanford Social Innovation Review website.

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