The Nonprofit Sector in Hungary

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Manchester University Press, 1996 - Business & Economics - 222 pages
This volume provides a perceptive analysis of the emergence--or rather reemergence--of citizen organisations in Central and Eastern Europe following the break-up of the Soviet bloc in 1989, an event of profound importance in the history of the civil society. This book will be of interest to students of the nonprofit sector, as well as to all those interested in the post-Communist transition.
 

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Contents

The history of the nonprofit sector in Hungary
13
The legal regulation of the nonprofit sector
53
Scope and structure of the Hungarian
74
Growth and changes of the Hungarian
112
Government policy towards the nonprofit sector
126
Conclusion
156
Glossary of terms
176
References
192
Annotated bibliography
205
Index
220
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