Between state and market : essays on charities law and policy in Canada /cedited by Jim Phillips, Bruce Chapman and David Stevens. (Book, 2001) [WorldCat.org]
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Between state and market : essays on charities law and policy in Canada /cedited by Jim Phillips, Bruce Chapman and David Stevens.

Author: Bruce Chapman; David P Stevens; Jim Phillips; Kahanoff Foundation. Non-Profit Sector Research Initiative.
Publisher: Montreal : Published for the Kahanoff Foundation Non-profit Sector Research Initiative by McGill-Queen's University Press, 2001.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Between State and Market surveys and critiques the existing literature on charities law as well as the laws themselves. The authors offer policy prescriptions for the future of an increasingly vital sector of Canadian society."--Jacket.
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Genre/Form: Congresses
Conference papers and proceedings
Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Bruce Chapman; David P Stevens; Jim Phillips; Kahanoff Foundation. Non-Profit Sector Research Initiative.
ISBN: 0773520961 9780773520967 0773521127 9780773521124
OCLC Number: 44495089
Notes: Papers originally presented at a conference held in Toronto, Ont., 1999.
Description: xii, 594 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: 1. Introduction / BRUCE CHAPMAN, JIM PHILLIPS, AND DAVID STEVENS --
2. The Canadian Charitable Sector: An Overview / DAVID SHARPE --
PART ONE: EMPIRICAL AND ETHICAL PERSPECTIVES --
3. Altruism in Comparative International Perspective / JEN-CHIEH TING AND JANE ALLYN PILIAVIN --
4. Altruism in Philosophical and Ethical Traditions: Two Views / WILL KYMLICKA --
5. Rational Voluntarism and the Charitable Sector / BRUCE CHAPMAN --
6. The Role of the Voluntary Sector in a Moder Welfare State / NEIL BROOKS --
PART TWO: THE LEGAL MEANING OF CHARITY --
7. The Federal Court of Appeal and the Legal Meaning of Charity: Review and Critique / JIM PHILLIPS --
8. Rethinking Public Benefit: The Definition of Charity in the Era of the Charter / MAYO MORAN --
9. The Doctrine of Political Purposes in the Law of Charities: A Conceptual Analysis / ABRAHAM DRASSINOWER --
10. Religion, Charity, and the Charter of Rights / JIM PHILLIPS --
11. Charity and the Income Tax Act: The Supreme Court Speaks / MAYO MORAN AND JIM PHILLIPS --
PART THREE: CHARITY AND TAX: POLICY AND PRACTICE --
12. Regulating Virtue: A Purposive Approach to the Administration of Charities / LORNE SOSSIN --
13. Charitable Contributions and the Personal Income Tax: Evaluating the Canadian Credit / DAVID G. DUFF --
14. The Tax Credit for Charitable Contributions: Giving Credit where None Is Due / NEIL BROOKS --
PART FOUR: REGULATORY CHALLENGES --
15. The Regulation of Social Enterprise / KEVIN E. DAVIS --
16. Flirting with the Devil while Doing God's Work: The Regulation of Charitable Fund-raising / RICHARD JANDA, CARA CAMERON, CHARLES-MAXIME PANACCIO, AND ANDREE LAJOIE --
17. Framing an Appropriate Corporate Law / DAVID STEVENS.
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