For social entrepreneurs concerned about growing income inequality in the U.S. and around the world, one way to spread the wealth is through employee ownership. With that in mind, you’d think impact investors would be clamoring to invest in such companies. Not so much. Still, according to a new report, while impact investors have yet to embrace the field wholeheartedly, there’s at least some interest in the area.
That’s according to Impact Investing and Employee Ownership, a report by Mary Ann Beyster, president of the Foundation for Enterprise Developmentand published by Fifty by Fifty, an initiative of the Democracy Collaborative.
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