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The Non-Profit Sector in the United States:
A Guide to Selected Information Sources

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Overview
Introduction
Monographs
Selected Journal Articles
Internet Resources
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Federal aid to nonprofit organizations--United States
Nonprofit organizations--Accounting
Nonprofit organizations--Accounting--Handbooks, manuals, etc
Nonprofit organizations--Accounting--Standards--United States
Nonprofit organizations--Computer network resources
Nonprofit organizations--Economic aspects--United States
Nonprofit organizations--Employees--Legal status, laws, etc.--United States
Nonprofit organizations--Employees--Recruiting
Nonprofit organizations--Evaluation
Nonprofit organizations--Finance
Non-profit organizations--Insurance--United States
Nonprofit organizations--Law and legislation--United States
Nonprofit organizations--Management
Nonprofit organizations--Marketing
Nonprofit organizations--Personnel management
Nonprofit organizations--Planning

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