Game 2 Society x People on the Favela Society Finance Don’t Finance Come Back Society 3 ,3 1 Don’t Come Back 4,1 2,2 After taking out the drug lords from the favelas, the government still needs to find a solution on how to reintegrate to society residents of the favelas. These people are still living in really bad conditions, without access to hospitals, schools or paved road. Their houses, most o subject to “avalanche ar 3 planned and there h no In order to improve t society and people w e mountains, is also ccupation wasn • t isms. game between the People who live on the tavelas got used to have access to many ervices without payin% including the right to live in a place where they invaded without paying residential taxes. However, the reintegration to society Will give them rights and duties. They know that in order to be fully reintegrated they Will have to play the same game as everybody. If you want to use a servlce you need to pay for it. If you can -t afford, there s nobody to finance you. Just as it happens with the rest of the people that surround them.
They believe that if they come back to Swipe to nex: page to society in the long run no one Will finance them. Therefore the best case scenario in their minds is if, after the overnment occupation, they keep on the same situation that they are nowadays. That is, without coming back to society and with the financing of society. In this situation they would have a payoff of 4. The second best case scenario for them is to come back to society being financed. In their minds they would need to move from the commodious situation but by being fully integrated to society they would have access to many opportunities that they don ‘t have nowadays.
They would have a payoff of 3. This situation for them is better than not coming back to society and not being financed. Nevertheless the worst case scenario and the one that they fear the most is coming back to society and finding themselves without any benefits. They would have to commit a large portion of their budgets to pay for the services that they use nowadays and in fact would risk to lose their houses as they may not be able to pay for the high taxes charged by the government. The payoff in this situation would be 1.
The other player of the game is society. And they play a very important role as they can decide whether or not to finance people who live on the favela. Society is well educated and can understand that the best thing is if people PAGFarl(F3 live on the favela. Society is well educated and can understand that the best thing is if people who live at the favelas come back to society. Usually these communities are close to their apartments and they know that in the long run if nothing changes the return of violence to the neighborhood is a threat.
This can even lead to a devaluation on the Price of their residences. More than this, society wants that these people have access to the same opportunities as everyone. They have good hearts and want that they improve their lives. But obviously that if society don • t need to finance them is better than financing. The payoff for society in this case is 4. If they do have to finance and people from the favela agree to come back to society the payoff is 3.
The worst case for them is if they finance and there • s no return for them. That is, people who live on the favela don ‘t return to society. It would be like investing in a social project and give no positive impact. In this case the payoffwould be 1 If society don ‘t finance and people who live on the favela are not reintegrated then the payoff would be 2. Assumption: – society is able to decide whether they want or not allocate the money on the favelas by influencing the government. PAGF3ÜF3