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Comparison of the Transparency Levels of Donor-Funded Earthquake Relief Organizations

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Through researching and comparing the transparency levels of disaster relief organizations involved in the Wenchuan Earthquake, we discovered that the overall transparency levels of foundations were not very high. Moreover, the levels of transparency we found did not match the results of the A-level evaluations. Conversely, the group of organizations without A-level ratings had a higher transparency level because it included many organizations operating with bottom-up socialized mechanisms. This result means that, from society's perspective, having a small number of large, government-designated, legally registered organizations authorized to accept donations is not the most ideal organizational form.

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2009-08-01
2016-09-26

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