In a recent study, we explored whether and how to launch multi-stakeholder initiatives (MSIs)—often called partnerships, alliances, and other names—to address global challenges. Numerous funders we interviewed raised a question that was out of the scope of our study, yet is critical in our resource-constrained global development sector: When and how should a multi-stakeholder initiative shut down?
According to sneakerhead data website StockX, the secondary market for rare and limited-release sneakers is estimated to be worth over $1 billion. Jason Hart buys and resells sneakers to consignment stores like Flight Club in New York City. It's a skill to find the hottest shoes on the market, and one that made him somewhere in the six figures.
Natalie Foster of the Aspen Institute hosts a conversation with Andy Stern, author of Raising the Floor , and Elizabeth Rhodes, who is heading up Y Combinator's new universal basic income experiments.