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Substantive Legitimacy: Action Strategy of Grassroots Organizations

A Case Study of Bird Protection Union in D City

Yuting Sun

control of social organizations and remains alert to their political inclination; on the whole, the government has less than enough trust in them (Wang Ming, 2014 ). Out of the consideration for social stability maintenance, the social group management is subject to very stringent policy, as reflected in

Research on Fostering Urban Community Organizations

A Case Study of Community Y in Street D, Beijing

Ying Lan

Therefore, to foster the community organizations has become an important subject in the community governance. In this regard, Western countries had relevant practice from an early date. At the end of 20th centuries some developed countries like the US had the community organizations handle almost all tough

Chen Min and Liu Yuanhao

A bibliometric analysis is applied in this research to evaluate the trends of social organization research between 1994 and 2014 in published Chinese literature of all subject categories from China National Knowledge Infrastructure (cnki) database. Document types, publication patterns, subject categories, journal articles, top cited papers, and long-term distribution of keyword networks are thoroughly examined. Bibliographic information is used to summarize the overall research trends, themes, and academic trajectorys of this research area. The study indicates that over the past 20 years, the development of China’s social organization research has four stages. In addition, both theoretical and practical explorations of China’s social organization research are growing progressively with a shift of research focus from Westernization to localization, from civil society to public service, and from small independent researchers to a discourse system of significant scale.

Government-npo Relations in Service Procurement

Quasi-Corporatist and Quasi-Pluralist Practices and Challenges in China

Junkui Han

The government’s delivery of public services through non-profit organizations (npos) has become a hot subject of current research about npos. Because of neglecting the fact that Chinese npos feature a pluralistic structure and they organize activities at multiple administrative levels, the explanation framework of pluralism and corporatism greatly simplifies the complexity of the Chinese society. Through the matrix of four dimensions, i.e., competition, non-competition, high organizational legitimacy and low organizational legitimacy, we may find that some cases are similar to pluralistic buying. And other cases are similar to corporatist buying. The reason why pluralism and corporatism are not sufficient to explain the current practice of service procurement in China is that both theories are based on Western liberalism. In whichever way services may be procured in the future, we must be on high alert in particularistic trading currently between the government and npos in the procurement of services.

Undesirable Governance

A Comparative Analysis on Legal Environment of International Non-Governmental Organizations

Tang Hao and Mao Yexin

“liberal-standardized-constrained” process. From the perspective of international law, ingo s have conducted activities as unclear subjects in international law for a long time. Subjects of international law are those persons or entities who possess international legal status including independently

Wang Ming

Five-Year Plan discussed and passed by the National People’s Congress offered robust arguments and specific deployments in line with the strategy. In the beginning of May, a lengthy article on the subject was featured in Truth magazine. Announcements from the Ministry of Civil Affairs heralded the

Ming Wang

in innovations. A new ecology of philanthropy and social organizations is coming into being. This issue presents a number of studies on this subject with a view to drawing more attention and inspiring studies on deeper levels. Wang Ming January 22, 2017

Edited by Lan Yuxin

visited five or six cities, and found it a very interesting subject. Different places are exploring the same issue, yet each place has its distinctive understanding and strategy for social governance innovation. For example, Shenzhen proposed the idea of “promoting society building and innovating in

Ming Wang

three major themes and that even though coverage was not without specifi c and systemic design and suggestions, there was very little academic discussion with theoretical depth. YBC’s “Rebuild Our Home Campaign” in Mianyang and an ad hoc organi- zation called “K388” are the subjects for the two case

Non-Profit Frontier Dialogue

China’s Overseas ngo Legislation

Xijin Jia, Junkui Han, Haoming Huang and Boju Zhang

. What organizations will be counted as ngo s if ngo is broadly defined as “a non-governmental, non-profit social organization?” Second, how to define “temporary activities.” What activities will be banned in China or not allowed to be introduced to China? Will all activities be subject to a stricter