Possibilities of Social Bonds Using to Finance Higher Education Institutions
Natalia Konovalova ()
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Natalia Konovalova: RISEBA University of Applied Sciences
Chapter Chapter 14 in Social Innovation in Higher Education, 2022, pp 295-313 from Springer
Abstract In many countries, funding for higher education institutions is insufficient and requires the search for new financial instruments and financing models. One such financing model could be the issuance of social impact bonds aimed at improving the efficiency of higher education institutions. The study focuses on the use of financial instruments as social bonds for additional funding of higher education institutions. The peculiarities of social bonds and the possibilities of their application in the field of higher education are explored in the paper. The results of the study comprise three proposed innovative approaches to the development of a mechanism for the issuance of bonds. The first approach assumes that the issuer of social bonds in favour of the university is a bank or other financial institution. The second approach is based on the methodology of issuing social bonds by a university with the participation of the state. The third approach to the use of social bonds is the creation of a platform for financing long-term educational programs; it can be done with the participation of a large company implementing large-scale socio-economic projects. Such platform will have a great social and economic effect.
Keywords: Higher education institutions; Social impact bonds; Investors; Extrabudgetary financing; Flowchart (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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