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An Overview of the Third Sector in Greater China

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Iowa Law School Professor Mark Sidel provides a detailed overview of the third sector (civil society/NGO sector) in Greater China and discusses emerging trends such as the impact of the economic downturn in charitable giving and volunteering, innovation in social entrepreneurship and the increased flow of philanthropic capital across borders, particularly across the Taiwan Strait.

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About Mark Sidel

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Professor Mark Sidel the Outstanding Academic Award Recipient in the annual Outstanding Nonprofit Lawyer Awards for 2012. The award is given by The Nonprofit Organizations Committee of the American Bar Association, Business Law Section.At the University of Wisconsin, he is Doyle-Bascom Professor of Law and Public Affairs. Professor Sidel's research and writing focus on the nonprofit sector and philanthropy, Asian law, law and... [Full Bio]
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