Global Civil Society: Dimensions of the Nonprofit Sector, Volume 2
Lester M. Salamon, S. Wojciech Sokolowski
Johns Hopkins Center for Civil Society Studies, 2004 - Social Science - 335 pages
In Volume Two of Global Civil Society, the Johns Hopkins Comparative Nonprofit Sector Project continues the comprehensive overview of the scope, size, composition, and financing of the nonprofit, or civil society, sector in the developing as well as the developed world. Covering thirty-six countries - fourteen in depth - with a particular focus on Africa, Asia, and the Middle East, this volume also includes new material on Europe, an updated overview, and a new Global Civil Society Index.
This book will be a crucial source of information on the nonprofit sector, a key reference tool for libraries, and essential reading for nonprofit and foundation leaders, international development agency officials, and public policy makers. The data are presented in an easily accessible style, with numerous charts and tables.
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34-country average 36 countries all-country average associations cash revenue civil society organization civil society sector Comparative Nonprofit Sector Culture developed countries developing and transitional dimensions dominant economically active population employment expressive activities expressive functions Fees Government Philanthropy field Foundation full-time equivalent GCSI Global Civil Society groups Hopkins Comparative Nonprofit India institutions Italy Johns Hopkins Comparative Kenya Lester NGOs Nonprofit Sector Project Norway paid and volunteer paid employees paid staff Pakistan percent of civil Percent of total Philippines Poland Polish civil society political private philanthropy professional Recreation religious worship organizations reported role Salamon Sector Project Figure service and expressive service functions shown in Figure social services social welfare society organization revenue society organization support society organization workforce society sector workforce Sources of civil South Africa South Korea survey Tanzania tion total civil society tradition transitional country average U.S. dollars Uganda unions volunteer input Wojciech Sokolowski