Public service provisioning by innovation driven startups (CD)

By: Dalal, Prerna Jawahar
Contributor(s): Addagatla, Praveen Shreenivas [Co-author]
Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher: Ahmedabad Indian Institute of Management Ahmedabad 2017Description: 24 p.: col. ill. Includes referencesSubject(s): Social ventures | Organisation - Business models | Social entrepreneursDDC classification: SP2017/2347 Online resources: e-Report Summary: A variety of early stage social ventures are participating in the provision of public goods in India today. These ventures broadly fall in three categories: (a) Those which ‘substitute’ state efforts by replacing the state or even the large private sector (e.g., provide water, education, health services, sanitation etc.); (b) Those which ‘complement’ state’s efforts by providing additional services (e.g., skill development, health education etc.); and (c) Those that ‘enable’ a more efficacious provisioning of public services (e.g., inexpensive diagnostics, tools for imparting education etc.).
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A variety of early stage social ventures are participating in the provision of public goods in India today. These ventures broadly fall in three categories: (a) Those which ‘substitute’ state efforts by replacing the state or even the large private sector (e.g., provide water, education, health services, sanitation etc.); (b) Those which ‘complement’ state’s efforts by providing additional services (e.g., skill development, health education etc.); and (c) Those that ‘enable’ a more efficacious provisioning of public services (e.g., inexpensive diagnostics, tools for imparting education etc.).

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