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Czech Republic: Defining the Nonprofit Sector (1998) « International Publications « Downloads
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Date postedMarch 1, 1998
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CategoriesInternational Publications, Comparative Nonprofit Sector Publications, CNP Working Papers
Tagseurope, czech republic
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Comparative Nonprofit Sector Working Paper #27 | Pavol Fric, Lenka Deverová, Petr Pajas, and Hana Silhánová.
Describes the Czech nonprofit sector as being in a period of self-identification without precisely set borders delineating the scope of its activity. Following an outline of the sector’s historical roots and an analysis of the various organizational forms, the authors present ten critical issues that highlight the current status of the sector and what is at stake in its further development.


 

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