The China Nonprofit Review 3 (2011) 33-51 CNPR brill.nl/cnpr © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2011 DOI: 10.1163/187651411X566676 Available online at brill.nl/cnpr Division of Social Labor, Legal Classification, and the Welfare State: The Multi-Dimensional Nonprofit Sector Deng Ninghua and Luan Hui Mr. Deng Ninghua ( 邓宁华 ) (1975-) is a doctoral candidate at the Zhou Enlai School of Government at Nankai University. His research focuses on social policy. Ms. Luan Hui ( 栾卉 ) (1986-) a master candidate at the Zhou Enlai School of Government at Nankai University. Her research focuses on social welfare and social policy. This article represents the initial results of the 2009 City of Tianjin Philosophical Social Sciences Focus Topic Project (TJSKGC-SR0904). The authors wish to thank their advisor, Professor Guan Xinping ( 关信平 ). This article would not have been possible without his help. Abstract Current theories on nonprofits focus primarily on the situation in developed countries. By per- forming a systematic evaluation based on Salamon and Anheier’s theory of the “social origins of the nonprofit sector,” the writers posit that there exist structural differences between the non- profit sectors in developed and developing countries. Moreover, the differences are determined by the social structures
The China Nonprofit Review – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2011
Keywords: Nonprofit sector; Legal classification; Welfare state; Nonprofit sector’s social origins; Division of labor
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