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Policy Initiatives Towards the Third Sector in International Perspective [electronic resource].

By: Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9781441912589Series: Nonprofit and Civil Society StudiesPublication details: Dordrecht : Springer, 2010.ISBN:
  • 9781441912596
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Policy Initiatives Towards the Third Sector in International PerspectiveDDC classification:
  • 658.048
LOC classification:
  • HD2769.15 .P65 2010
Online resources:
Contents:
0001090769_O.pdf; 0001090759_O.pdf; 0001090760_O.pdf; 0001090761_O.pdf; 0001090762_O.pdf; 0001090763_O.pdf; 0001090764_O.pdf; 0001090765_O.pdf; 0001090766_O.pdf; 0001090767_O.pdf; 0001090768_O.pdf; Gidron_Index_O.pdf
Summary: Over the past decade, the third sector has had tremendous growth worldwide in both size and importance. As many countries struggle to address this changing reality, many have adopted policy initiatives aimed at changing the ways the third sector is addressed. It is a complex process, involving different fields of practice, different levels of government, and different types of third sector organizations. The contributions to this timely volume detail the process as carried out in eight diverse countries: US UK, Canada, Hungary, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Japan, all of whom have recently enacted
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0001090769_O.pdf; 0001090759_O.pdf; 0001090760_O.pdf; 0001090761_O.pdf; 0001090762_O.pdf; 0001090763_O.pdf; 0001090764_O.pdf; 0001090765_O.pdf; 0001090766_O.pdf; 0001090767_O.pdf; 0001090768_O.pdf; Gidron_Index_O.pdf

Over the past decade, the third sector has had tremendous growth worldwide in both size and importance. As many countries struggle to address this changing reality, many have adopted policy initiatives aimed at changing the ways the third sector is addressed. It is a complex process, involving different fields of practice, different levels of government, and different types of third sector organizations. The contributions to this timely volume detail the process as carried out in eight diverse countries: US UK, Canada, Hungary, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Japan, all of whom have recently enacted