Brief Sharing Risk: How Pay for Success Can Make Government More Efficient
John Roman, Kelly Walsh, Samuel Bieler, Samuel A. Taxy
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This document describes the basics of Pay for Success (PFS), its advantages and disadvantages compared to traditional government financing, how a PFS-ready sector can be created, how to identify evidence-based PFS ready programs, the Five Steps to Pay for Success, and next steps in the PFS evolution.
Research Areas Crime, justice, and safety Economic mobility and inequality Taxes and budgets
Tags Fiscal policy Corrections State and local tax issues Pay for success
Policy Centers Income and Benefits Policy Center
Research Methods Performance measurement and management