“Making Money Moral” Book: Interview with Authors Judith Rodin and Saadia Madsbjerg
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 Published On Feb 09, 2021

In an interview with Wharton School Press, authors Judith Rodin, the former president of the University of Pennsylvania, and Saadia Madsbjerg discuss their book, “Making Money Moral: How a New Wave of Visionaries Is Linking Purpose and Profit.”

Pioneers in the field of sustainable and impact investing, Rodin and Madsbjerg offer first-hand stories of how investors of every type and in every asset class are investing in world-changing solutions—with great success. A must-read for those seeking private-sector capital to address a big problem, as well as those seeking both to mitigate risk and to invest in big solutions.

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