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Trust but verify? Voluntary regulation programs in the nonprofit sector

Trust but verify? Voluntary regulation programs in the nonprofit sector,10.1111/j.1748-5991.2009.01067.x,Regulation & Governance,Aseem Prakash,Mary Ka

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    • ...We examine the logic of information-based regulation via the theoretical lens of agency theory (Berle and Means 1932; Mitnick 1982; Waterman and Meier 1998), because the relationship between nonprofits and their donors can be viewed in agency terms (Fama and Jensen 1983; Olson 2000; Prakash and Gugerty 2010)...

    Rebecca Szperet al. Charity Watchdogs and the Limits of Information-Based Regulation

    • ...It is frequently a result of nonprofit organizations feeling threatened by government regulation (Sidel 2009; Gugerty 2008; Prakash and Gugerty 2010)...
    • ...It can be in response by nonprofit organizations to government mapping (Type 4 )a s well as an effort to organize themselves in order to seek greater public legitimacy (Brown 2007; Gugerty 2008; Jordan and vanTuijl 2006; Prakash and Gugerty 2010)...
    • ...Concerns with this type of mapping are that it often includes only a small sample of organizations and, more often than not, reflects organizations with a higher level of professionalization and institutionalization (Bies 2010; Prakash and Gugerty 2010), thus not representative of the entire sector...

    Susan Appe. What About Who is Mapping and Its Implications? Comments on Brent Neve...

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