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Civil society agencies and policy making

Dr. Tamaro Green

Civil society agencies and policy making

2020-11-21

Non-government and civil society organizations may be influenced by and influence local municipalities in policy making (Schafer & Zhang, 2019).  Schafer and Zhang (2019) identify that consultants can influence policy decisions of municipalities for contentious legislation.  Mead (2019) studied how regulating fundraising for charities provides donors with more informed decisions, prevents frauds, and benefits government.  Laufer (2017) describes the development of legislation that requires the registration of foreign principals that engage in political activities that applies also to civil society organizations.  Aitalieva and Morelock (2019) measure how citizens perceive the success of policies of their government in different countries.

Non-government and civil society organizations may also be restricted by taxation laws and practice.  Thornton (2019) describes a movement for people in the legal practice to participate in the gig economy as independent consultants.  Frug (2019) highlights laws and guidelines for user interface design such as accessibility rules.  Harmon, Yen, and Tang (2018) discuss challenges when collecting biomedical and demographic information for research studies.

Motala (2019) proposes a theory for global digital taxation that includes recommendations for transparency, enforcement, and governance.  Markovic, Karacic, and Raic (2019) discusses the challenges of implementing a global digital tax with each country having its own financial system.  Powell and Hope (2019) discuss the possibility of implementing taxes on digital currencies.

 

 

Aitalieva, N. R., & Morelock, A. L. (2019). Citizens’ perceptions of government policy success: A cross-national study. 5(2).

Frug, S. (2019). Toward inclusive design for visual law. JOAL, 7(1).

Harmon, S. H. E., Yen, S.-Y., & Tang, S.-M. (2018). Biobank governance: The cautionary tale of Taiwan Biobank. scripted: A Journal of Law, Technology & Society, 15(1), 103-129.

Laufer, S. (2017). A difference in approach: Comparing the US Foreign Agents Registration Act with other laws targeting internationally funded civil society. International Journal of Not-for-Profit Law, 19(1), 5-11.

Markovic, B., Karacic, D., & Raic, M. (2019). The digital tax – why and when? In (pp. 105-114). Varazdin: Varazdin Development and Entrepreneurship Agency (VADEA).

Mead, J. W. (2019). Local regulation of charitable solicitation. Journal of Public and Nonprofit Affairs, 5(2), 178-197.

Motala, M. (2019). The G20-OECD contribution to a new global tax governance. INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS RESEARCH JOURNAL, 14, 61-93.

Powell, K., & Hope, M. (2019). Shifting digital currency definitions: current considerations in Australian and US tax law. eJournal of Tax Research, 16(3), 594-619.

Schafer, J. G., & Zhang, Z. (2019). Who is engaged and why? Testing an instrumental perspective on stakeholder engagement. Journal of Public and Nonprofit Affairs, 5(2), 155-177.

Thornton, M. (2019). Towards the uberisation of legal practice. Law, Technology and Humans, 1(1).



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