Posts Tagged ‘Economic rationalism’

Poor people should not have children Comments 0

Thursday, July 20th, 2017
children

Families who can’t afford children shouldn’t be having them, says the ACT Party’s new deputy leader, Beth Houlbrooke. And her leader, David Seymour agrees with her, saying  too many children were being born into poverty. The Spinoff (an online magazine) followed up on this story by posting a list of 25 people ACT thinks should Read more

Social impact bonds: the needy as an investment opportunity Comments 1

Tuesday, June 2nd, 2015

Private investors are about be given the opportunity to invest in and make money from the provision of social services. The Government has given the green light to piloting social impact bonds in New Zealand. Social impact bonds are a way for non government entities to partner in delivering social outcomes – and be rewarded Read more