A Study on the Promotion of the Third Sector in Korea (The Third Sector in Korea: Finding Balance between Autonomy & Public Support)

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dc.contributor.authorNo Dae-Myung
dc.contributor.authorKim Shin-Yang
dc.contributor.authorJang Won-Bong
dc.contributor.authorKim Moon-Kil
dc.date.accessioned2011-08-16T04:53:39Z
dc.date.available2011-08-16T04:53:39Z
dc.date.issued2011
dc.identifier.isbn978-89-8187-759-0
dc.identifier.urihttp://repository.kihasa.re.kr/handle/201002/7104
dc.description.tableOfContentsIntroduction CHAPTER 1 Theoretical considerations 1. Definitions 2. Two Traditions: Path Dependency or Convergence? 3. The Third Sector: Growth or Crisis? 4. The Third Sector as the Second Automatic Stabilizer? CHAPTER 2 The Role of the Third Sector in selected countries after the economic crisis of 2008 1. The Third Sector in the United States 2. The Third Sector in the United Kingdom 3. The Third Sector in France CHAPTER 3 The Third Sector in Korea 1. Third Sector in the perspective of cross-national comparison 2. The Third Sector in Korean studies 3. The Size of the Third Sector: Revenues and Employments 4. Third Sector Organizations 5. Issues and Debates CHAPTER 4 Third Sector Policies in selected countries 1. Third Sector Policies in France: vers I'Economie Solidaire? 2. Third Sector Policies in Germany: Civic Engagement 3. Third Sector Policies in the United Kingdom: From Social Enterprises to the Third Sector? 4. Third Sector Policies in Japan: Efficient Tax Credits? CHAPTER 5 Third Sector Policies in Korea: Problems and Policies Suggestions 1. Reform for the Legal Status of Third Sector Organizations 2. Evaluation of the Third Sector or Social Economy 3. Socio-Economic Autonomy of the Third Sector 4. Public Support for the Third Sector CHAPTER 6 Conclusion References
dc.languageeng
dc.publisher한국보건사회연구원
dc.titleA Study on the Promotion of the Third Sector in Korea (The Third Sector in Korea: Finding Balance between Autonomy & Public Support)
dc.typeBook
dc.subject.keywordStatus
dc.subject.keywordOrganizational
dc.type.otherWorking Paper
dc.identifier.localIdWorking Paper 2011-04

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