New Models to Deliver Social Impact
USC Sol Price Center for Social Innovation
Read the One-Pager on the difference between Citizen Control and Co-Production.
Pay for Success is an approach to contracting that ties payment for service delivery to the achievement of measurable outcomes. Private investors provide upfront financing for a social service and are repaid with a return on investment by a back-end … Continue reading
Do hybrid firms out-provide traditional business structures? An examination of prosocial behavior in North Carolina firms
USC Price Center for Social Innovation
Hybrid organizations are organizations that employ a for-profit model with a social mission. In recent years, there has been a push to create formal legal designations that protect the organization’s social mission while allowing it to access investment capital and … Continue reading
A concise introduction to the “pay for success” model with resource links for additional study.
A concise introduction to the concept of “collective impact” with two examples of significant initiatives in Los Angeles.