Nonprofit Organizations in a Market Economy: Understanding New Roles, Issues, and Trends
Wiley, Jun 25, 1993 - Business & Economics - 445 pages
Expert contributors offer insights from economics, history, and other disciplines to define the nonprofit's place and mission in a market economy--from soliciting contributions and recruiting volunteers to government regulation of nonprofit activity.
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