Profit in Not-for-Profit Corporations: The Example of Health Care
Amitai Etzioni and Pamela Doty examine current laws and regulations governing the financial dealings of not-for-profit corporations. They argue that omissions, ambiguities, and loopholes in these laws and regulations make it possible for trustees and staff of not-for-profit corporations to engage in fiscal abuses that bring them unmerited personal profit.
The Bankruptcy of Liberalism and Conservatism , Amitai Etzioni
America and the Limits of the Politics of Selfishness, Sidney Waldman Reviewed by Amitai Etzioni
Societal Overload: Sources, Components, and Corrections, Amitai Etzioni
Political Organizations, James Q. Wilson Reviewed by Pamela Dotymore by this author
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