Social investment

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Social investments are resource inputs in any social groups or society that may bring about a social change.[1][2] Special banks or cooperatives like Oikocredit make investments to help society.

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  1. Morel, N., & Palier, B. (Eds.). (2011). Towards a social investment welfare state?: ideas, policies and challenges. Policy Press.
  2. Perkins, D., Smyth, P., & Nelms, L. (2004). Beyond neo-liberalism: the social investment state?. Brotherhood of St. Laurence.

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