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Regulatory Waves: Comparative Perspectives on State Regulation and Self-Regulation Policies in the Nonprofit Sector

Edited by: Oonagh B. Breen, Alison Dunn, Mark Sidel

ISBN13: 9781107166851
Published: December 2016
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £85.00

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All governments, in various ways, regulate and control nonprofit organizations. Nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), while hopeful of supportive regulatory environments, are simultaneously seeking greater autonomy both to provide services and to advocate for policy change. In part to counter increasing statutory regulation, there is a global nonprofit sector movement towards greater grassroots regulation - what the authors call self-regulation - through codes of conduct and self-accreditation processes.

This book drills down to the country level to study both sides of this equation, examining how state regulation and nonprofit self-regulation affect each other and investigating the causal nature of this interaction. Exploring these issues from historical, cultural, political, and environmental perspectives, and in sixteen jurisdictions (Australia, China, Brazil, Ecuador, England and Wales, Ethiopia, Ireland, Israel, Kenya, Malawi, Mexico, Tanzania, Uganda, Scotland, United States, and Vietnam), the authors analyse the interplay between state control and nonprofit self-regulation to better understand broader emerging trends.

Foreword Marion Fremont-Smith
1. Regulatory waves: an introduction Oonagh B. Breen, Alison Dunn and Mark Sidel
2. Eddies and tides: statutory regulation, co-regulation and self-regulation in charity law in Britain Alison Dunn
3. Waiting for the big wave: a fifty year retrospective on the ebb and flow of Irish charity regulation Oonagh B. Breen
4. Non-profit regulatory waves in sub-Saharan Africa: cooperation, contestation and crackdown Mary Kay Gugerty
5. State regulation and the emergence of self-regulation in the Chinese and Vietnamese nonprofit and philanthropic sectors Mark Sidel
6. The regulation and self-regulation of civil sector organizations in Israel Nissan Limor and Noy Brindt
7. Regulation and self-regulation in the Mexican nonprofit sector Michael D. Layton
8. Waves of nonprofit regulation and self-regulation in Latin America: evidence and trends from Brazil and Ecuador Susan Appe and Marcelo Marchesini da Costa
9. Australia: co-production, self-regulation and co-regulation Myles McGregor-Lowndes
10. The relationships between state and non-state interventions in charitable solicitation law in the United States Putnam Barber and Megan F. Farwell
11. Regulatory waves: a conclusion Alison Dunn, Oonagh B. Breen and Mark Sidel