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Growing Strategies of Non-Profit Organisations in Japan and China

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This paper aims to provide a comparative study of growing strategies of non-profit organisations between Japan and China. The concept of the non-profit organisation (in China, ‘non-governmental organisation’) was imported into the two societies around the same period; however, many differences emerged between their respective processes of development. I will describe those differences to feel for an answer to the following question: How are non-profit organisations developing uniquely in East Asian societies?

Affiliations: 1: Komazawa University


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