This section of the literature review contains studies which focus on payment by results interventions in the housing and homelessness sector.
For each study, I provide the full reference, a link to the document if available freely online and a one sentence summary.
Studies are presented in order of publication; most recent first.
Studies which I regard as of high quality or of particular interest are highlighted in bold.
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Department for Communities Local Government (2015) Qualitative evaluation of the London homelessness social impact bond: second interim report. London: DCLG. My summary is here.
Overall scheme is meeting key targets but we still await final evaluation.
Department for Communities and Local Government (2014) Supporting people payment by results pilots: final evaluation. London: DCLG. My summary is here.
Could not compare pilot outcomes with non-pilot areas, scheme did appear to stimulate innovation but required a lot of commissioner and provider time to set up and administer.
Knight-Markiegi, A. & Quinn, A. (2013) Comparing payment by results across public services and in housing related support. London: Sitra.
A scoping exercise, comparing PbR approaches in housing sector to other sectors.