📕 subnode [[@vera/social equity]] in 📚 node [[social-equity]]
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  • Monetise the problem
    • For example, the tourism industry in the Caribbean has an economic interest in ecosystem restoration. Corporate employers in Africa have an economic interest in a healthy workforce that’s not suffering from waterborne diseases. And citizens—at the very least—simply want to reside in an economically productive location where basic / universal services in health and education are accessible. These actors thus have an interest to pay for the achievement of the positive outcome, contingent on its success.
  • Align diverse stakeholders
    • Using legal innovations such as the [[L3C]] form in the United States, it is possible to create a an equity structure to incentivise different stakeholders both as investors but also the stakeholders who require funding.
  • Focus on outcomes over outputs
    • Further, rather than incentivise them to coordinate and cooperate, we let each of them believe that they operate in a zero sum game, in which there can only be one winner. Finally, if and when they reach the other side of the Atlantic, there is no guarantee that they will be landing on fertile ground.
  • Create social equities
  • Embed finance in a larger system
  • #go https://trillions.global/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/Billions_to_Trillions_2020.pdf
  • The best known model of outcome based, or pay-for-success, finance is the [[social impact bond]] (SIB).
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