Development, social justice, and civil society: an introduction to the political economy of NGOs
Noted NGO figures from around the world contributed to this volume about how NGOs contribute to the development of society. Included is a proposed code of ethics for NGOs.
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The Political Economy of NGOs
NGOs and Multilateral Financial Institutions
Approaches to NGOs and Ethics
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