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The Nonprofit Sector in Eastern Europe, Russia, and Central Asia (EERCA), edited by David Horton Smith, Alisa V. Moldavanova, and Svitlana Krasynska, uniquely provides a research overview of the nonprofit sector and nonprofit organizations in eleven former Soviet republics, with each central chapter written by local experts. Such chapters, with our editorial introductions, present up-to-date versions of works previously published in EERCA native languages. With a Foreword by Susan Rose-Ackerman (Yale University), introductory and concluding chapters also explain the editors’ theoretical approach, setting the whole volume in several, relevant, larger intellectual contexts, and summarize briefly the gist of the book. The many post-Soviet countries show much variety in their current situation, ranging from democratic to totalitarian regimes.
In: The Nonprofit Sector in Eastern Europe, Russia, and Central Asia
In: The Nonprofit Sector in Eastern Europe, Russia, and Central Asia
In: The Nonprofit Sector in Eastern Europe, Russia, and Central Asia
In: The Nonprofit Sector in Eastern Europe, Russia, and Central Asia
In: The Nonprofit Sector in Eastern Europe, Russia, and Central Asia