President Obama was a God-send for economically disadvantaged people who simply listened to his corporate guidance and policy perspectives, and were willing to align their investments with the markets he favored.
Philanthropists of the 19th century may have single-handedly increased median income and wealth among the poorest quartile of American households and did more to close sociological wealth gaps, by financing major events and institutions impacting the progress and history of the American slave and their descendants.
A group of intellectuals came together from Harvard, Stanford, London School of Economics, the US Federal government, and MIT to put their heads together to study what contributes to the probability of someone becoming an inventor and an “Einstein”.
Few millennials seek to learn how to invest in stock markets.
Divinity School graduates are thinking about how to create ‘good’ communities, sustainable investing, and moral leadership in economics.