Social return accounting: new method to help governments pick the right policy

Stephen Easton  |  September 13, 2018

“… The report optimistically suggests the new way of measuring the intangible social benefits of government programs using “rigorous, modern social scientific techniques” could help guard against politicised funding decisions that provide marginal value to the community”.

Read the full article on: The Mandarin (Australia)

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