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Dan Corry, CEO of New Philanthropy Capital

CEO of New Philanthropy Capital (NPC), Dan Corry, on the impact agenda.


On this episode, Dan Corry sheds light on the work of New Philanthropy Capital (NPC) and we explore the impact agenda from a range of angles, including:


(1) How does the impact agenda relate to trust-based philanthropy?


(2) Is impact measurement is too top-down?


(3) How do randomised control trials (RCTs) contrast to quicker, more iterative approaches?


(4) Is there enough risk-taking in philanthropy and what can policymakers do to incentivise it?


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About Dan Corry


Dan became Chief Executive of NPC in 2011 following a variety of posts in public policy and economics. He was Head of the Number 10 Policy Unit and Senior Adviser to the Prime Minister on the Economy from 2007 to 2010.


Dan has been Chair of the Council of Economic Advisers in the Treasury and has worked as a special adviser to the Secretary of State in the Education Department as well as at DTI and DCLG.


He was a Director in the Economics segment of FTI Consulting. He ran the New Local Government Network think tank between 2002 and 2005, which was voted Think Tank of the Year in 2004 and was Senior Economist at the IPPR in the 1990s.


Dan is a member of the Early Action Taskforce, which helps make the case for a shift in priorities away from coping with the consequences of social problems towards work that prevents them arising. He is a member of the Advisory Boards for Big Society Capital, Impetus–PEF, and the Centre for Public Scrutiny, as well as a member of the Charity Tax Commission.


He is a trustee of St Mungo’s, 19 Princelet Street and of the What Works Centre for Wellbeing, and a former member of the Research Committee of the ESRC and of the Greater Manchester Economic Advisory Panel.


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