"Welfare Mix, Hybridity and Government–Nonprofit Relationships in Post-Modern Welfare States”
March 21st and 22nd, 2014. Copenhagen, Denmark
Changing Relationship among Government, Nonprofit, and For-Profit Human Services Organizations: The Long-Term Care Insurance System in Japan.
Dangerous, Endearing or Domesticated: How Nordic people think about volunteers as providers of public welfare services.
Does ‘ideology’ make a difference for government-nonprofit relationships in the Swedish welfare state: a study of local authorities’ policies and practices
Håkan Johansson, Malin Arvidson & Staffan Johansson
From Governance to Government? Government-Nonprofit Relationships in Italy 1970s-2010s
Holding back critique? How service and money shape advocacy tactics of nonprofit organizations
Malin Arvidson, Håkan Johansson, Roberto Scaramuzzino
How do resource-based powers in non-profit–government relationships shape social service arrangements in Finland? A case study of regional rehabilitation services.
Managing the needs of participants versus managing organizational demands: the impact of current welfare governance on the practice of third sector organizations
De Waele Els and Hustinx Lesley
Market-Oriented Social Enterprises: The For-Profit Challenge of Welfare Institutions
Non-profit organizations in Danish welfare provision – explaining differences across welfare areas
On the government-nonprofit relationship in German welfare services – still the era of corporatism?
D. Mauricio Reichenbachs
Public and private welfare providers: Distinctive goals and values in the regulated state?
Håkon Dalby Trætteberg
The changing role of private and nonprofit welfare provision in Norway, Sweden and Denmark, and consequences for the Scandinavian model
Karl Henrik Sivesind
The Impact of Public-Private Partnerships on the Relationship Between the State and Third Sector Community Organizations in Health and Social Services in the Province of Quebec
Sébastien Savard and Denis Bourque
Welfare Mix, Hybridity and Government-Nonprofit Relationships in Post-Modern Welfare States
Dorothea Greiling and Sandra Stötzer
When doing good becomes an “affaire d‘état“…Voluntary Services in Germany
Rabea Haß and Kathia Serrano-Velarde