Sunday, August 22, 2010

NVSQ New Issue: Accountabilty & Preformance Measurement

The Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly's most recent issue is now available online.  The focus of the issue is a series of papers from a symposium on Accountability and  Performance Measurement: The Evolving Role of Nonprofits in the Hollow State.  Here is the table of contents:

Symposium Articles

  • Keely Jones Stater, How Permeable is the Nonprofit Sector? Linking Resources, Demand, and Government Provision to the Distribution of Organizations Across Nonprofit Mission-Based Fields
  • David F. Suarez, Street Credentials and Management Backgrounds: Careers of Nonprofit Executives in an Evolving Sector
  • Stuart C. Mendel, Are Private Government, the Nonprofit Sector, and Civil Society the Same Thing?
  • Andrée Sévigny, Serge Dumont, S. Robin Cohen, and Annie Frappier, Helping Them Live Until They Die: Volunteer Practices in Palliative Home Care
  • Rebecca Nesbit, A Comparison of Volunteering Data in the Panel Study of Income Dynamics and the Current Population Survey
Book Reviews

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