Social Innovation for the Sustainability


Financial models for the sustainable development of public administration

Mario La Torre, Jenny D. Salazar Zapata, Lorenzo Semplici

Public Administrations are increasingly called upon to become protagonists of the transition to sustainable development. In this perspective, it is necessary to think of financial models capable of catalyzing public and private resources, intentionally orienting them towards the implementation of policies and projects functional to the transition. To implement public sustainability policies in an optimal way, the simple reference to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which are also a useful and recognized reference, is not enough. It is important to define strategies that also define the methods of public-private partnership and those of financing the selected environmental and social impact projects. With this in mind, the article proposes a mapping of sustainable finance experiences in Spain and Latin American countries, classifying them according to the SDGs and financial structures adopted.


  • Number: 5
  • Year: 2021
  • DOI: 10.36852/2695-4427_2021_05.06