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Social Impact and Investment for Business By Matthew Tukaki, Tony Watson
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Brochure - Social impact mapping and evaluation methodology for social investments, sd2025 services, benefits for business.
Economic Impact Report - Executive Summary By SEF Alliance
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This is the executive summary of the SEF Alliance report providing an analysis of the connection between government clean energy spending and various measures of economic health. The work was... More > commissioned in response to the current global economic downturn in order to provide a comprehensive understanding of why and how countercyclical investment in sustainable energy by the public sector can be a sound economic response to recession.< Less
Economic Impact Report - Executive Summary By SEF Alliance
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This is the executive summary of the SEF Alliance report providing an analysis of the connection between government clean energy spending and various measures of economic health. The work was... More > commissioned in response to the current global economic downturn in order to provide a comprehensive understanding of why and how countercyclical investment in sustainable energy by the public sector can be a sound economic response to recession.< Less
Tax Havens and their Impact on the US Economy By Farrukh Khan
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Tax havens are usually small nation states that offer very low taxation and banking secrecy in order to attract funds from other countries. Many of these tax havens, or offshore financial centres,... More > are tiny islands that are incapable of absorbing the huge flows of funds which have been transferred into them for direct investment into their own economies and funds which are stored in tax havens end up being invested elsewhere provided that they are generating competitive rates of return. About seventy countries around the world have been classified as tax havens and the list includes Belize, Cayman Island, Barbados, British Virgin Island, Nauru as well as Bahamas. Bankers and financial institutions find these locations attractive because the governments in these states are weak and it is not possible to regulate or coerce financial institutions into making decisions. This dissertation examines the impact of tax havens on the US economy.< Less
Tax Havens and their Impact on the US Economy By Farrukh Khan
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Tax havens are usually small nation states that offer very low taxation and banking secrecy in order to attract funds from other countries. Many of these tax havens, or offshore financial centres,... More > are tiny islands that are incapable of absorbing the huge flows of funds which have been transferred into them for direct investment into their own economies and funds which are stored in tax havens end up being invested elsewhere provided that they are generating competitive rates of return. About seventy countries around the world have been classified as tax havens and the list includes Belize, Cayman Island, Barbados, British Virgin Island, Nauru as well as Bahamas. Bankers and financial institutions find these locations attractive because the governments in these states are weak and it is not possible to regulate or coerce financial institutions into making decisions. This dissertation examines the impact of tax havens on the US economy.< Less
The Business Impact of e-Learning By Nick van Dam
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The main questions that will be discussed in this book include: - How can e-Learning be defined - How do enterprises justify their investments in e-Learning - What appear to be critical success... More > factors for the implementation of e-learning - Which elements can make e-Learning an effective business practice - What is the Business Impact of e-Learning. All royalties from this book will be donated to the e-learning for Kids Foundation. www.e-learningforkids.org< Less
Investing for Public Good By Michael Moynagh
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A new approach to public services. Social impact bonds work by identifying savings to be made by tackling social problems, like crime, at their roots. Capital is raised from private investors who... More > share the resultant savings with government.< Less
Investing for Public Good By Michael Moynagh
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A new approach to public services. Social impact bonds work by identifying savings to be made by tackling social problems, like crime, at their roots. Capital is raised from private investors who... More > share the resultant savings with government.< Less
Solar PPA: High-impact Strategies - What You Need to Know: Definitions, Adoptions, Impact, Benefits, Maturity, Vendors By Kevin Roebuck
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The Solar Power Purchase Agreement (SPPA) depends heavily on the existence of the solar investment tax credit, which was extended for eight years under the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of... More > 2008. The SPPA relies on financing partners with a "tax appetite," profits that are subject to taxation, who can benefit from the federal tax credit. Typically, the investor and the solar services provider create a special purpose entity that owns the solar equipment. The solar services provider finances, designs, installs, monitors, and maintains the project. As a result, solar installations are easier for customers to afford because they do not have to pay upfront costs for equipment and installation. Instead, customers pay only for the electricity the system generates. With the passage of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 the solar investment tax credit can be combined with tax exempt financing, significantly reducing the capital required to develop a solar project.< Less
Solar PPA: High-impact Strategies - What You Need to Know: Definitions, Adoptions, Impact, Benefits, Maturity, Vendors By Kevin Roebuck
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The Solar Power Purchase Agreement (SPPA) depends heavily on the existence of the solar investment tax credit, which was extended for eight years under the Emergency Economic Stabilization Act of... More > 2008. The SPPA relies on financing partners with a "tax appetite," profits that are subject to taxation, who can benefit from the federal tax credit. Typically, the investor and the solar services provider create a special purpose entity that owns the solar equipment. The solar services provider finances, designs, installs, monitors, and maintains the project. As a result, solar installations are easier for customers to afford because they do not have to pay upfront costs for equipment and installation. Instead, customers pay only for the electricity the system generates. With the passage of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 the solar investment tax credit can be combined with tax exempt financing, significantly reducing the capital required to develop a solar project.< Less