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  • Social Impact Bonds: More Than One Approach

    Stanford Social Innovation Review (SSIR), 08 January 2019

    A look at how social impact bonds differ between projects and geographies, and how those differences impact practical implementation.

    Most social impact bond (SIB) contracts include investors, intermediaries, service providers, and the government payor. The target population should be full partners on any project, while the role of evaluators differs widely between countries.

    (…) SIBs like Duo for a Job in Belgium and those in Santa Clara County, California, have shown much promise in changing systems because of deep stakeholder involvement.

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    ©Image courtesy of USC Price Center for Social Innovation, adapted from the GAO, 2015

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