National Infrastructure Bank

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National Infrastructure Bank

Postby zerooverzero101 » Sun May 21, 2017 6:27 pm

Name of Law/Policy: The Establishment of a National Infrastructure Bank

Law/Policy Category: Infrastructure, economics, welfare

Options:
1. Leave Infrastructure investment solely to the government
2. Establish a national infrastructure bank with limited private investment and public investment
3. Establish a national infrastructure bank with unlimited private investment and public investment
4. Establish a national infrastructure bank with unlimited private investment and limited public investment.
5. Establish a national infrastructure bank with unlimited private investment and no public investment.
6. The establishment of infrastructure banks across the nation are left to local governments and local infrastructure banks

Effects
1. Increases big government stance (moderate big government-convinced big government) and increases regulator stance (moderate regulator)
2. Increases big government stance (big government leaning) and decreases regulator stance (laissez-fair leaning)
3. Increases big government stance (big government leaning) and decreases regulator stance (moderate laissez-fair)
4. Decreases big government stance (small government leaning) and decreases regulator stance (moderate laissez-fair)
5. Decreases big government stance (convinced small government) and decreases regulator stance (convinced laissez-fair)
6. Decreases big government stance (convinced small government)

Comments
I think this could be a cool thing to make the infrastructure section more interesting, and characters could add a role-playing element of actually running and managing a National Infrastructure Bank, spotting infrastructure projects in their respective nations, etc... I also think we can incorporate an option for pensions in the welfare settings, directing the government to invest pension plans in the National Infrastructure Bank, which would increase the party's stance on Unitarism, or if they refuse to do so, increase the party's stance on Devolution.
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