The Nonprofit Sector in France

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Manchester University Press, 1997 - Business & Economics - 324 pages
Part of a series on the non-profit sector worldwide, this text examines non-profit organizations in France, which, despite their invisibility in official statistics, have come to permeate French society. From mutual societies to high-profile charities like Medecins Sans Frontieres, non-profit organizations have become a clear expression of social and cultural change in France.
 

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Contents

Church revolution and republic a brief history
16
The law and the nonprofit sector in France
53
Contours of the French nonprofit sector
100
Major subsectors recent trends
138
Policy issues
188
Conclusion
223
Appendices
237
France
265
Translation in French of ICNPO
277
Bibliography
283
References
297
Index
313
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