Delicate dances : public policy and the nonprofit sector




  • Queen's University (Kingston, Ont.). School of Policy Studies



  • Public policy
  • Canada
  • Government relations
  • Political activity

Call Number

PUBLIC POLICY 361 .7630971 D353 2003


Contents : 

  1. Delicate dances : new moves and old steps - Kathy L. Brock
  2. In accordance : Canada's Voluntary Sector Accord from idea to implementation - Susan D. Phillips
  3. Embedded regulation : advocacy and the federal regulation of public interest groups - A. Paul Pross and Kernaghan R. Webb
  4. Ethical climate, accountability and autonomy : a comparative analysis of nonprofit and government managers - Ken Rasmussen, David Malloy and James Agarwal
  5. The impact of increased health-care funding on the evolution of two congregations of religious women in Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island, 1944-1982 - Heidi MacDonald
  6. Nonprofit groups and health policy in Ontario : assessing strategies and influence in a changing environment - Mary Wiktorowicz, Miriam lapp, Ian Brodie and Donald Abelson
  7. La liberté d'association : réalité juridique évanescente et contrainte - Georges leBel
  8. The third sector meets the national security state : the anti-globalization movement in Canada after 9/11 - Ann Capling and Kim Richard Nossal
  9. NGOs, technology and the changing face of trade politics - Elizabeth Smythe and Peter J. Smith


McGill-Queen's University Press


Public policy and the third sector series

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