Throughout the game there have been many cards played suggesting different ways to perhaps, redistribute wealth by giving poor communities or individuals money.
(never mind the numbers are off, the point is valid)
While others, in the same vain, suggest providing subsidies goods to poor communities…
But as Rod Furlan suggests, these efforts often times destroy local markets, and therefore make creating long-term sustainable positive change difficult.
We may even be able to say that the 60 year old practice of financial aid has not had this positive affect we have desired. Why might direct cash transfers be different?
How can we think BEYOND financial redistribution?