The Nonprofit Economyby Burton A. Weisbrod
Nonprofit institutions surround us -- hospitals, colleges, museums, public television -- but we rarely think about their role in the economy or how they compete with private enterprise. In a clear, direct style, economist Burton Weisbrod closely examines the raison d'etre for nonprofits, and assesses their performance.
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Burton A. Weisbrod is Evjue-Bascom Professor of Economics, University of Wisconsin, Madison.
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