The Third Sector in Europe
Adalbert Evers, Jean-Louis Laville
Edward Elgar Publishing, Jan 1, 2004 - History - 266 pages
The contributors examine the voluntary & non-profit sectors in Europe. They discuss a number of issues regarding this 'third' sector.
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S0CIAL ECONOMIES VOLUNTARY AGENCIES AND THE CIVIL SOCIETY THE THIRD SECTOR IN VARIOUS EUROPEAN COUNTRIES
From suffocation to reemergence the evolution of the Italian third sector
The development and future of the social economy in Sweden
French civil society experiences attempts to bridge the gap between political and economic dimensions
From institutional fixation to entrepreneurial mobility? The German third sector and its contemporary challenges
The welfare mix in the United Kingdom
The Netherlands from private initiatives to nonprofit hybrids and back?
The state and the third sector in modern welfare states independence instrumentality partnership
The European Union and its programmes related to the third system
The European Union and the third sector
WHAT MATTERS WITH RESPECT TO THE THIRD SECTOR? THEORETICAL CONSIDERATIONS
Alternative paradigms for the mixed economy will sector matter?
Social services by social enterprises on the possible contributions of hybrid organizations and a civil society
THE THIRD SECTOR THE STATE AND THE EUROPEAN UNION
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