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Title: The new strengthened regulations of INGOS in India and China: comparative analysis and reflections
Authors: Zhang, Wenjuan
Keywords: India and China – comparative analysis
INGOs’ influence
Issue Date: 31-Dec-2018
Publisher: Chinese Non-profit Review
Citation: Zhang, Wenjuan. (2018).The new strengthened regulations of INGOS in India and China: comparative analysis and reflections. Chinese Non-profit Review 10 (2018). 319-348.
Abstract: While globalization creates an ambitious space for NGOs to play a large role in policymaking and problem-solving the concern about their accountability always remains there. As the biggest developing countries, India and China have attracted lots of international aid and INGOs’ attention. Recently, both have taken serious efforts to regulate or even to control INGOs’ influence in domestic context despite the difference of their political systems. It is worthy of comparative analysis in a nuanced way on their similarities and differences of why and how to regulate. As a reflection, it is also a good moment for relevant stakeholders to re-imagine the global governance and their relevant role.
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