Gorgi Krlev is a researcher at the University of Heidelberg's Centre for Social Investment (CSI), where his current research focuses on (social) innovation and entrepreneurship, impact investing, and social impact measurement.
Gorgi wrote and published Social Innovation – Comparative Perspectives, which won the Best Book Award of the Academy of Management’s Public and Nonprofit Division. He also serves on the board of directors of Euclid Network. He has a PhD from the University of Oxford.
Three big questions remain if impact investing is to fulfil its potential. In the final of a three-part series, the University of Heidelberg’s Gorgi Krlev asks: why do we still know so little about impact investing markets?
Those pushing impact investing need to address three key questions if it is to fulfil its potential. This week the University of Heidelberg’s Gorgi Krlev asks: why does Europe seem to be left behind – and does it matter?
Those pushing impact investing need to address three key questions if it is to fulfil its potential. In the first of a three-part series, our contributor asks: is the current swell of mainstream interest in impact investing helpful or harmful?