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As membership in civic organizations declines in the United States, could volunteering for nonprofit organizations be an alternative source of social capital formation? After theoretically connecting volunteering with social capital using a household production framework, the authors then use a...
The heterogeneity of foundations is usually captured in terms of classifications based on size or type (community, corporate, independent). This article argues that to capture broader elements of foundation approaches to philanthropy, we also need ways of categorizing foundations that reflect...
Moral biography refers to the way all individuals conscientiously combine two elements in daily life: personal capacity and moral compass. Exploring the moral biography of wealth highlights the philosophical foundations of major gifts by major donors. First, the author provides several examples...
This article explores the dynamics between government and human service nonprofits for service delivery in the United States. The authors initiate the development of a dynamic resource theory to explain the process of government–nonprofit interdependence for human service delivery. The theory...
This article examines the intragovernmental and government-private relationships in the area of long-term care for the elderly in Japan, focusing on the impact of the introduction of long-term-care insurance (LTCI) in 2000. The outcome indicated that devolution and privatization were promoted...
In their effort to improve performance, many voluntary and nonorofit organizations (VNPOs) have turned to market mechanisms, hoping to learn and implement innovative ideas and methods that proved useful in the private sector. This article adopts the businesslike concept of “marketing” into...
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