New foreword by Bill Clinton Fascinating look at how a small group of people will change millions of lives Thought-provoking topic handled by expert authors and with contributions from some of the most powerful people on the planet Strong appeal beyond the traditional business market to the general reader
Matthew Bishop is chief business writer of The Economist and head of its New York bureau. Michael Green is an expert on the relationship between government and the non-governmental sector, particularly in the field of international development.
'Describes how this age of rampant capitalism has started a charitable trend among the ultra rich.' Independent.co.uk (October 2009) 'Recommended read.' The Hindu Online (November 2009) '...for those interested in economic forces which shape the world and how we can make it better, read this book. This is a fascinating, historically rich, sociological and cultural study of wealth accumulation, philanthropy and its power to achieve social improvement.' New Start (March 2010)