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Voluntas Symposium: Comments on Salamon and Sokolowski’s Re-conceptualization of the Third Sector

Bibliographic reference Defourny, Jacques ; Grønbjerg, Kirsten ; Meijs, Lucas ; Nyssens, Marthe. Voluntas Symposium: Comments on Salamon and Sokolowski’s Re-conceptualization of the Third Sector. In: Voluntas : international journal of voluntary and non-profit organizations, Vol. 27, no. 4, p. 1546-1561 (August 2016)
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