A financial tool from Wall Street is being adapted in the social market to nurture early interventions and incentivise capital flow. As John Loder reports, social impact bonds promise two fundamental shifts—for governments to overcome the politics of fear and for private investors to fund social causes with impact.
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The Promise of Social Impact Bonds. (2011). Social Space. 42-47. Social Space.
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