Through GSEI's dynamic partnerships, we have had the opportunity to collaborate on various reports that have captured the energy, findings and actionable results of our events and contributed meaningfully to the understanding and advancement of our core issues.

Private Capital for Working Lands Conservation
The purpose of this new report from Conservation Finance Network is to showcase how environ­mental markets do not emerge in a fully functional state but are built incrementally. It also shows how public, private and philanthropic groups each have unique roles to play in con­tributing to this market development over time.
Vote 2016: Better Food, Better Health
This White Paper was a result of the Vote Food 2016: Better Food, Better Health, held in Washington, DC, on June 3, 3016. The O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law at the Georgetown University Law Center gathered leading governmental, academic and civil-society leaders to identify practical, workable solutions to legal and regulatory issues in the United States food system that are causing health issues.
Future of Housing for Grown-Ups: A National & Local Perspective
On Friday, Febuary 26th, Bill Novelli moderated a panel called “The Future of Housing for Grown-Ups: A National and Local Perspective, which brought together thought leaders, academics, policy experts, local government officials, and practitioners to discuss areas of opportunity and innovation in the area of housing. The discussed highlighted the increasing role of technology and impact of shifts in health care policy and their implications for emerging housing models.
Aging Well Working Session Series: “Family Matters in Caregiving and Technology Adoption”
The results of the Philips/GSEI study and caregivers use of technology with care recipients were discussed in an expert roundtable at Georgetown University in April 2015. Meeting participants included thought leaders with expertise in aging, caregiving, health care, consumer behavior, product innovation, policy.
The Bottom Line: Investing for Impact on Economic Mobility in the U.S.
December 2014, the Aspen Institute in collaboration with GSEI presents The Bottom Line: Investing for Impact on Economic Mobility in the U.S. which recognizes the importance of learning from all sectors in tackling any challenge. Specifically, it builds on opportunities in the growing impact investment field. The report draws on the lessons from market-based approaches to identify tools and strategies that can help move the needle on family economic security.
Aging Well Working Series: “Creating Connected Communities for Aging Well” Summary Report
“Creating Connected Communities for Aging Well” held on May 13, 2014 at the Georgetown’s McDonough School of Business is the second of three Aging Well experts roundtable series hosted by GSEI and Philips. This session summary focuses on how to better understand how technologies being developed for inside the home such as remote monitoring, sensors, and energy efficient devices, are connecting with products and services offered by local businesses, community services, and the “built space.”
Private Capital Public Good: How Smart Federal Policy Can Galvanize Impact Investing-and Why It’s Urgent
June 2014 - This report by the US National Advisory Board on Impact Investing, recommends federal level legislative and executive policy changes that can trigger greater support and opportunity for impact investments.
Transforming Access to Health Care: How America’s Restaurant and Foodservice Industry Can Lead the Way
February 2014 - An estimated 65% of restaurant and food service workers are under 35 years old, a key demographic for the success of the Affordable Care Act (ACA). The National Restaurant Association (NRA) engaged GSEI to help them with the implementation of the Affordable Care Act. Learn about the unique characteristics of the industry, its challenges with ACA implementation, and what the NRA is doing to help its members and industry as a whole in this summary report.
The Intersection of Impact Investing and International Development: A Primer
January 2014 - The Global Social Enterprise Initiative and AMP partnered to create this primer to explore the potential and challenges associated with leveraging impact investing as a catalyst for international development.
Aging Well Working Session Series: Next Generation Tech
A summary report of the September 2013 Aging Well Working Series: Next Generation Tech convened by the Global Social Enterprise Initiative and Philips. This session introduced research that identified the key barriers America’s aging population faces in terms of technology adoption, and participants were asked to address what steps need to be taken to remove them.
Situation Analysis: Aging Well Working Session Series-Next Generation Tech
The situation analysis, which was distributed to participants at the September 2013 Next Generation Tech working series, provides background information to stakeholders to help and identify and remove barriers to increase technology adoption among older Americans.
Georgetown University Global Innovation Lab Report
A summary of an intensive Innovation Lab on October 4-6, 2013 convened by the Global Social Enterprise and Development Fellows for MBA students at the McDonough School of Business and students from the Global Human Development Program at the School of Foreign Services.
Building the Early-Stage Impact Investing Field
Impact Investing in Action 2013 (IIA|13) is a gathering of entrepreneurs, investors, and field-builders working to build the early-stage impact investing ecosystem in Latin America. This report is a summary of the event that took place May 20-23, 2013 at Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business in Washington DC.
The Future of Higher Education and How America Will Pay For It
A summary report of the March 2013 roundtable with a diverse group of experts around the urgent need for change in the structure, costs, and financing of higher education in America. Convened by the Global Social Enterprise Initiative and the Milken Institute.
Breaking the Binary: Policy Guide to Scaling Social Innovation
The Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship in collaboration with InSight at Pacific Community Ventures, the Initiative for Responsible Investment at the Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations at Harvard University, and SK Group created this April 2013 guide to answer the questions of how to to better understand social innovation and how it can be nurtured from a policy perspective.
GLOBAL AGING 2013: Driving Economic Growth Proceedings
On March 26th, 2013, HelpAge USA and Pfizer, Inc. brought together 40 experts from across disciplines and around the world to discuss the promise that better health, engaged communities, technology and research hold for global aging, economic growth, and development. Innovations in public health, sanitation, and infrastructure have greatly extended the lifespan.