viernes, 12 de diciembre de 2008

¿Persiguen beneficios las organizaciones sin ánimo de lucro?

Nos encontramos con casos en los que las organizaciones sin ánimo de lucro tienen más beneficios que las empresas maximizadoras de beneficios. Una posible razón de esto nos la cuenta The Sports Economist cuando explica por qué las universidades norteamericanas, que no tienen ánimo de lucro, discriminan precios igual que las empresas convencionales:

Being non-profit does not mean that you don't have profits as an objective. All it does is restrict what you can do with earned profits, meaning that they can't be dispersed to shareholders. As I was told at a meeting when I jokingly brought up the fact that my university is a non-profit, I was told by an older gentleman at my table "Oh, we get plenty of profits. We just make sure we spend it all.

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