This is the first of a series of blog posts where I introduce the idea of “charitable games”. Charitable games are game theory based games in which one side offers resources while the other uses them. It’s intended to model scenarios in which NGOs, policy makers and alike need to make charitable decisions.
I collected some input from Beneficiaries which would be agents in your case :)
1.) Most business donators Drive their decisions by business opportunities, so they weight a support more for agents which offer them that
2.) Most larger Donation distributors pay out financial aid
Either as a lease without interest to be returned after a certain time
Or a share of the profit ( In case of hospitals)
3.) Agent Reports nowadays always need to include business and cost plans and how the region will provide in terms of economics.
For 3.) I can provide samples of agent Reports regarding a hospital in Kenya :)
I really appreciate this post, I think it's a great approach to use tech to help the world. So many people don't seem to care whether their research actually applies to the real world, but this post demonstrates recognition of the importance of having the conversation between the real-world applications and development of the analysis tools themselves.