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Players in the public policy process: nonprofits as social capital and agents

Author: Bryce, Herrington Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan, 2005.Language: EnglishDescription: 271 p. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 1403968292Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index


Players in the Public Policy Process Nonprofits as Social Capital and Agents Contents Acknowledgments Preface viii xi Part I: The Need for a Policy Perspective of Nonprofits Chapter 1: The Significance of the Principal-Agent Paradigm Chapter 2: The Policy Significance of Nonprofit Organizations: Beyond the Limits of Failure 3 11 Part II: Nonprofits as Social Capital Assets and Agents of the Public Chapter 3: The Nonprofits as Social Assets and Agents of Public Policy 33 Chapter 4: Nonprofits as Agents of Public Policy: A Paradigm of Principals and Agents 59 Chapter 5: The Choice of Nonprofits as Agents of Public Policy 81 Part III: Agency Powers, Performance, and Problems through the Prism of the Principal-Agent Paradigm Chapter 6: Housing and Community Development: A Case Study of an Agency Function 121 Chapter 7: The Performance of Agents: Acute Care Hospitals and Community Benefits 141 Chapter 8: Policy Formulation, Nonprofit Advocacy, and the Principal-Agent Framework 163 Part IV: Problems of Regulating the Nonprofit Agent and the Foreseeable Challenges of Management Chapter 9: Regulating the Finances of the Agent 183 Contents Chapter 10: The Nonprofit as a Self-Regulator Chapter 11: The Implications for Strategic Planning and Positioning Notes Author Index Subject Index vii 203 219 237 263 267

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