O'Halloran, Kerry, McGregor-Lowndes, Myles, Simon, Karla
2008, XXVIII, 614 p.
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"It addresses the distinctions between charities and nonprofit organizations before turning its attention to the history of charity and its role in England and Wales. … The book’s reader would have been better served had the authors brought this critical legal and social policy discrepancy to light. … this book is an excellent starting point and makes a timely and worthwhile contribution to the literature on cross-national charity law and its relationship to social policy development." (Peter R. Elson, Voluntas, Vol. 20, 2009)