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The Non Profit Enterprise In Market Economics

Author: E. James
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1136471103
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Analyses the behaviour of not-for-profit organizations under a variety of conditions and contrasts them with profit maximizing firms, other types of profit-constrained firms and with public bureaucracies.

Does Economic Space Matter

Author: Hiroshi Ohta
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1349229067
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This is a Festschrift to honour Professor Melvin Greenhut who has long toiled on spatial economics. The book accordingly focuses on a single question: in what sense 'economic space' matters in economic theory. Space in economics is an elusive concept, apparently separating and embracing economic agents at the same time. This is why adding it to already overly complicated economic agents at the same time. This is why adding it to already overly complicated economic models may not necessarily help economics to become sufficiently realistic. In this book, leading scholars of international stature try to find ways of introducing space in economic theory which will make it simpler and more realistic, analysing theoretical and historical issues of contemporary relevance, such as land use, congestion and public goods, location theory and spatial competition.

The Nonprofit Sector In International Perspective

Author: Estelle James
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
ISBN: 0195056299
Size: 48.71 MB
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These essays add new dimensions to the theory of nonprofit organizations and describes relevant policies that do or should exist in developing and developed countries.

The Mcgraw Hill Encyclopedia Of Economics

Author: Douglas Greenwald
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies
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Offers more than three hundred brief articles that explain economic history, concepts theories, policies, institutions, and formulas

Nonprofit Organizations Facing Competition

Author: Cristiana Cicoria
Publisher: Peter Lang Gmbh, Internationaler Verlag Der Wissenschaften
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For a long time it has been assumed that the search for profits was inseparable from the carrying on of an economic activity, which could not be imagined absent the profit-maximizing motive. Nowadays, the role of nonprofit organizations as economic actors, operating in a competitive market, is well recognized. Therefore, these organizations are no longer a priori excluded from the application of competition law. The current United States, European and German rules of competition, however, do not contain specific provisions for nonprofit market actors, which are treated like other profit-maximizing undertakings, regardless of their social goals and nonprofit status. In the attempt of filling this gap, this study focuses on nonprofits' infra-sector competition. Though a comparative cross-country analysis, the study discusses the legal and economic implications of the enforcement of competition law against nonprofit organizations, and suggests some possible legal normative criteria which could facilitate the future applicability of these norms to not-for-profit entities.