The Business of Giving
If you had three and a half billion dollars to make the world a better place, how would you spend it? That is the challenge facing the Rockefeller Foundation's President Judith Rodin, who explains how she chooses to spend the multi-billion dollar fund to maximise impact. We look at the upside of austerity with philosopher AC Grayling, who says that having less money sometimes means we prioritise the things that matter, which ultimately, he believes, can make us better off in other ways. And how far will Chinese expectant parents go to secure a better future for their child? We find out.