Governments, theoretically, are in the business of solving problems. And oftentimes, despite throwing billions of dollars at these problems, progress is slow. But what if we're asking the wrong question. What if instead of asking governments to pay for various investments, we asked them if they wanted to save money? Shaun Loney describes this new paradigm in "The Beautiful Bailout: How a Social Innovation Scale-up Will Solve Government's Priciest Problem," and he joins The Agenda to explain.