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Pop-Up Urbanism to Build Community Health

I enjoyed, but was also a bit disappointed by, a recent Health Affairs article by David Erickson and Nancy Andrews looking at the role that community development could play in contributing to community-wide health and well-being.

Finance: Intangible Reforms

Many influential investors, seeking improved ways of detecting undervalued companies, have identified intangible assets as the ultimate creators of future value. New tools have emerged for quantifying these alternative capitals. Think about the increase in companies incorporating corporate social responsibility (CSR) metrics into their public communications. Natural and social catastrophes will be in the forefront of driving stronger alternative capitals. As we become more aware of the increasing uncertainty and vulnerability of the following years, we will look at intellectual and/or social capital as drivers for protecting our surroundings.

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