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There are few empirical studies that explore how managers at senior executive levels of international nongovernmental development organizations (INGDOs) conciliate multiple identities with purposeful strategic change. This article offers rich excerpts from high-level strategy meetings in two...
Moses Maimonides is widely regarded as one of the most important Jewish theologians. A careful examination of his life’s work, however, reveals that he also made important contributions to the history of Western political thought, law, statesmanship, public management, and civil society. His...
Policy makers promote volunteering in part because it is a powerful mechanism for expanding local community services. Volunteers, however, are subject to processes and power dynamics within organizations, which limit their collective agency. This article reports key findings of a study of rural...
Ethical standards and issues associated with the access and use of state Medicaid administrative data for research purposes from the data owners’ perspective (i.e., state Medicaid authorities) were examined. Key informants at Medicaid authorities were surveyed regarding their states’ policies...
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