Changes in Revenue Structure in Czech Non-profit Organizations during the Financial Crises: Has the Importance of Public Sources Changed?
|Year of publication||2016|
|Type||Article in Periodical|
|Magazine / Source||Ekonomický časopis|
|MU Faculty or unit|
|Keywords||non-profit institution; revenue structure; public funding; institutional environment; non-profit sectors|
|Description||Non-profit institutions are characterized by their multi-source funding. There are nu-merous publications on this issue, including discussions concerning the public funding impact on their behavior. The situation in (post)transformation countries is specific. The ongoing process of re-definition of the role NPIs play and the consequent question of public support have not been studied with the appropriate data. We designed a survey by which we mapped how the amount and structure of the sources of non-profit institutions changed in the Czech context between 2008 and 2013. Our results show that although the average revenue of a non-profit organization within this particular time period increased, the relative importance of public funding did not change. However, there are rather large differences between the subjects of the survey based on industry.|