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Matt Bannick
Managing Partner
&
Paula Goldman
Vice President, Global Lead for Impact Investing

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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Matt Bannick
Managing Partner
&
Paula Goldman
Vice President, Global Lead for Impact Investing

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.

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Matt Bannick
Managing Partner
&
Paula Goldman
Vice President, Global Lead for Impact Investing

Gaps in the Impact Investing Capital Curve -- Part III in Omidyar Network’s case for a sector-based approach to impact investing

September 27, 2012

To move sectors, we need to focus funding to fill in the gaps. Omidyar Network identifies these gaps to be most present in early-stage, high-risk social impact businesses as well as in building infrastructure. How then, should do we direct deal flow?

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Matt Bannick
Managing Partner
&
Paula Goldman
Vice President, Global Lead for Impact Investing

Embracing the Full Investment Continuum - Part II in Omidyar Network’s case for a sector-based approach to impact investing

September 26, 2012

How do we kick start sector development? What are the building blocks of a sector-based approach to impact investing?

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Matt Bannick
Managing Partner
&
Paula Goldman
Vice President, Global Lead for Impact Investing

Omidyar Network publishes “Priming the Pump for Impact Investing” in partnership with Stanford Social Innovation Review.

September 25, 2012

Five years after the term ‘impact investing’ was coined, Omidyar Network has developed a series of six articles that highlight key issues and opportunities for the industry.

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Announcement

Wi-Fi analytics startup i2e1 raises $3 million in series A funding

i2e1, a Wi-Fi analytics start-up, today announces $3 million in Series A funding led by Omidyar Network.

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Article

Want sector-level change? Go beyond funding just programmes

In an op-ed by published by India Development Review (IDR), Roopa Kudva discusses how organizational structure, sector infrastructure, and research and policy are key to creating sector-level change.

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Announcement

Leading Tech Platforms and Cyber Experts Join New ADL Advisory Board to Clamp Down on Online Hate

Today at its Never is Now! summit, the Anti-Defamation League launched its Center for Technology and Society with funding from Omidyar Network and announced that more than a dozen tech sector leaders will serve on CTS’s board of advisors.

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