Resources: Social Impact Bond

Jim Simpson

Jim Simpson

Jim is a consultant, researcher, coach and developer.

This briefing explores the question: What use is the Social Impact Bond (SIB) in the financing of and delivery of human services in the future?

The Social Impact Bond is a specific social finance device being tested in Peterborough and the West Midlands.  This paper introduces the SIB concept  from a provider organisation’s perspective.

Social Impact Bond Briefing Paper

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