Philanthropication thru Privatization Comes to China

A Bright but Risky Idea for Serving the Common Good

in The China Nonprofit Review
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See for example Anthony Spires, “Contingent Symbiosis and Civil Society in an Authoritarian State: Understanding the Survival of China’s Grassroots NGOs,” American Journal of Sociology 117.1 (2011); 朱晓红/Zhu Xiaohong, “直接登记制度改革后社会组织发展的困境与制度重建,” Gansu Lilun Xuekan, (2015:6). (“Difficulties Faced by SOs in their Development and Institutional Restructuring after Direct Registration Reform”).

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