New Zealand’s 97,000 not-for-profit organisations’ survival is reliant upon the generosity of individuals, corporations, trusts, and the government. As New Zealand faced economic downturns between 1986 and 2008, this potentially imports uncertainty and unease into not-for-profit organisations, particularly in relation to revenue generation.
- Citation: Halford, S. (2009). A Historical Analysis of the Funding Inflow Mix of New Zealand Health Not-for-Profit Organisations over Different Macroeconomic Climates, Unpublished BCA(Hons)report, Victoria University of Wellington.
- Creator: Shasa Halford
- Language: English
- Publisher: Not published
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