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A Discussion of an Index of China’s Nonprofit Legal Environment

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The legal environment is an important factor affecting the development of the nonprofit sector. The Nonprofit Law Index, developed by Johns Hopkins University’s Comparative Nonprofit Sector Project (CNP), offers us a useful analytical framework for interpreting China’s non-profit legal environment. This article uses that framework to evaluate China’s nonprofit legislative environment and then analyzes the results. Its purpose is to uncover important problems with the regulations and policies guiding the management of China’s civil organizations, and to offer several views and recommendations on the quantitative analysis indicator system itself and on China’s civil organization management regulations and policies.

Affiliations: 1: Tsinghua University School of Public Policy and Management


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