Ronnie's really good idea

May 2014
Institute of Public Affairs Review;May2014, Vol. 66 Issue 1, p32
The article offers information on the idea given by the economist of New Zealand Ronnie Horesh "Social Impact Bonds" regarding the fixation of social policy. Topics discussed include implementation of Horesh's idea by Great Britain as a part of Big Society agenda, reduction of recidivism rate in the U.S. and improvement of family services. Also mentions an overview on the social problems faced by the U.S. and Great Britain.


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