The Emergence of the 'Social Economy': The Australian Not-for-Profit Sector in Transition
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- 2014, pp. 1 - 25
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The Not-for-Profit (NFP) sector in Australia, and globally, is in transition. As the recognition grows that government and philanthropic funds are insufficient to address the problems facing societies globally, new organizational forms, partnerships, financial products and `impact investors are emerging and attempting to tackle existing problems in innovative ways. The space where this activity is occurring is increasingly labelled as the `social economy. In this space, the traditional NFP form is now just one organizational model in a spectrum of organizational forms and collaborations.
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