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Title: Dependency and efficacy: An analysis of the influence of state interventions on NGO's efficacy in China
Authors: WANG YAPING
Keywords: NGO's efficacy, state-NGO relations, state interventions, Chinese NGOs
Issue Date: 14-Mar-2006
Source: WANG YAPING (2006-03-14). Dependency and efficacy: An analysis of the influence of state interventions on NGO's efficacy in China. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: A major part of previous studies believed that excessive state interventions that impair NGOs' independency would lead to poor performances. Few see the positive impacts of state interventions on NGO's performances. However, in China, evidences have shown that the "affinity" to the government in some aspects have helped NGOs to display better performances both in achieving their goals and in influencing the society.Then what are these "affinities"? How exactly do they affect NGOs' performances and why is so?This research, through the cases of Chinese local NGOs, attempts to argue that state interventions display in diversified forms and each form has its unique way of influence on NGOs' performances. By investigating the correlations between each form of state interventions and NGOs' performances one by one, this study attempts to discover the mechanisms that work through state-NGO relations on NGOa??s performances.
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/15033
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