Analyzing the Social Return on Investment in Youth Intervention Programs

This study puts forward a framework for doing social return on investment (SROI) analysis of youth intervention programs. It then uses the framework to estimate the return to two representative programs: a comprehensive intervention program and a targeted program designed to discourage property crimes. For a copy of the full report, contact the Minnesota Youth Intervention Programs Association.


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Analyzing the Social Return on Investment in Youth Intervention Programs - A Framework for Minnesota, SummaryCost-benefit StudyMarch 2007Paul Anton

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