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RMIT Microfinance & Development s3351691 (HUGHES) Opinion Blog ‘MIND MAP’ Social Finance & Social Innovation Nexus Article by Moore et al (2012). Complex Social & Ecological Challenges. Traditional Responses ‘Binary System’ (Breaking Down). Government & Community Organisations.

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RMIT Microfinance & Development

s3351691 (HUGHES) Opinion Blog

‘MIND MAP’

Social Finance & Social Innovation Nexus

Article by Moore et al (2012)

Complex Social & Ecological Challenges

Traditional Responses ‘Binary System’ (Breaking Down)

Government & Community Organisations

Conventional Finance & Economic Sectors

Alternative ‘Innovative’ Responses (Emerging)

  • Allocation of capital for Financial Return
  • Limited allocations of financial resources to create social/enviro value
  • Deterred by High Risk for low Financial Returns
  • Market ‘failure’ to support social outcomes
  • Barriers/disincentives (eg tax, legal, skills)
  • Rely on Grants for Governments & Donors
  • Resources under strain and diminishing
  • Conventional systems with low motivation to change/innovate
  • Diminishing Effectiveness?

Social Finance & Social Entrepreneurship

  • New forms of Capital seeking Social & Ecological Returns
  • Lower emphasis on Financial Returns
  • Requires New institutions/instruments for collecting/deploying financial resources
  • Transformative ideas/initiatives and projects/programs to create social/ecological value

Social Finance as Innovation

Social Finance supporting Innovation

Theory of Social Finance

  • Challenging & Re-inventing traditional Investment ‘Rules’
  • Incremental/adaptive change
  • Radical/disruptive change
  • New ethos for how money is used/valued
  • Stimulates new approaches to problem solving
  • Challenges traditional rationalities
  • Encourages Social Entrepreneurship
  • Frameworks for bridging Social Innovation Theory and Social Finance Practice
  • Understanding conditions conducive to successful social/enviro outcomes
  • Promote Scholarly Research & Discourse
  • To define new performance measures/metrics