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PPD402_lecture2 - PPD 402: Management of Public and...

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PPD 402: Management of Public and Nonprofit Organizations Government-Nonprofit Relations Dr. David F Suárez Professor of Public Administration School of Policy, Planning, and Development
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Government and Nonprofits Complementary: Nonprofits are partners with government, helping to deliver public goods largely financed by government (contracts). Supplementary: Nonprofits fulfill demand for public goods left unsatisfied by government. Adversarial: Nonprofits prod government to make changes in public policy.
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Supply and Demand Model This model focuses on the ways in which government and nonprofits complement or compensate for one another’s weaknesses in meeting demand Market Niche Transaction Costs
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Market Niche Contract Failure: Imperfections in the system of exchange makes it difficult to trust a for-profit provider • Schools AIDS Services Market Failure: An appropriate price cannot be established in the marketplace. • National Parks
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