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has been cited by the following article:
- TITLE: Crowding-Out Effects of Government Guided Venture Philanthropy
- AUTHORS: Shuxuan Li
- KEYWORDS: Venture Philanthropy, Governance of the Government, Social Organization, Crowding-Out
JOURNAL NAME: American Journal of Industrial and Business Management
May 15, 2018
- ABSTRACT: Venture
Philanthropy means providing the social organizations with monetary support and
instruction of skills and management to build up their own capacity. But the
Venture Philanthropy guided by the Government adds too much external
interference to the VP projects selection and evaluation. Through reviews and
observations with participants of Z City Venture Philanthropy Competitions, I
found that social organizations had to adjust themselves to the rules in order
to obtain the approval of rules. And this caused the “crowding out” of voluntary and individuality
of the social organizations.