Chinese NGOs: Malfunction and Third-party Governance

Huiling Zhang, Shoujie Wang


As the speedy development of economy, NGOs in China is also in rapid growth in recent years. The development of Chinese NGOs led to the formation of Chinese-style third-party governance, but the forms in China are different from those in developed countries because such social transformation goals as political democratization, economic marketization and social modernization have not been achieved. The goal of third-party governance in China is to restore the development of NGO's economic, political and social functions, promote benign governance of non-governmental social organizations, government and market, that is, define the respective behavior boundaries of non-governmental social organizations, government and market in order to promote the healthy development of non-governmental organizations in China.

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International Journal of Business Administration
ISSN 1923-4007(Print) ISSN 1923-4015(Online)


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