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Enterprise Financing for WealthWorks Value Chains

Aligning finance with people and planet Redesigning the enterprise

This new report, authored by Democracy Collaborative Senior Fellow Marjorie Kelly, offers a comprehensive framework of community investing, ownership, and wealth control models to enhance the social, ecological, and economic well-being of rural areas.

Clearly articulating the challenges involved with “stakeholder financing,” the report outlines how to channel the necessary capital into the creation of integrated community-sustaining value chains.

Publication date: 2014-03-31
Publisher: Tellus Institute
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