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Student Corner: 3 Things You Should Know about Social Impact Bonds

August 5, 2014

Recent state and federal-level budget talks often stress that public funding is insufficient to adequately address pressing social issues that prevent capable citizens from fully participating in our economy. However, an emergent, long-term approach to financing social and health service delivery is … Read more

Venture Capital for Community Economic Development

April 20, 2010

Tyler Mulligan is a School of Government faculty member. When we think of venture capital, we imagine business people making investments in the most innovative companies and technologies: pharmaceuticals, medical devices, computer software, and nanotech applications, to name only a few. Indeed, this … Read more