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

Government Matters -- Part V in Omidyar's Network's case for a sector-based approach to impact investing

October 1, 2012

Political interests and government policies need to be aligned to ensure competition, establish policies and promote entrepreneurship in emerging sectors. The right mix of government regulations and policies can accelerate the growth and reach of an industry sector to millions of people.


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