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27 Jun. 2014 | Comments (0)

Our special KnowlEdge Series webcast on corporate philanthropy and social impact bonds (SIBs) is now available on demand for members of The Conference Board. Watch a highlight below, or view the full webcast here. For more on SIBs, watch for my upcoming report, due out later this summer.


My guests for the hour-long show were:

  • Eileen Neely, Director of Capital Innovation, Living Cities, who spoke from the investors' perspective;
  • Tyler Jaeckel, Government Innovation Fellow, Harvard Kennedy School Social Impact Bond Technical Assistance Lab, who gave an overview of the importance of social impact measurement; and
  • Michael Eddy, Co-Founder and Partner, Instiglio, who moved the conversation from the developed world into the developing world.

Click the play button below to watch the webcast's trailer. [powerpress url=""] This webcast is part of a new series of unique webcasts featuring exclusive insights from research in progress, across each of our three practice areas.

To see the full roster of KnowlEdge Series programs, please see

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    Alex Parkinson

    Alex Parkinson is Principal of Parky Communications, a communications agency specializing in sustainability and CSR reporting and communications. He serves as the Co-Leader of The Conference Board Cor…

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