By Elizabeth Boris,C. Eugene Steuerle,Sarah Rosen Wartell
Nonprofits and executive provides scholars and practitioners with the 1st complete, interdisciplinary, research-based inquiry into the collaborative and conflicting courting among nonprofits and govt in any respect degrees: neighborhood, nationwide, and foreign. The contributors—all top experts—explore how govt regulates, enables, funds, and oversees nonprofit actions, and the way nonprofits, in flip, attempt to form the best way govt serves the general public and promotes the civic, spiritual, and cultural lifetime of the rustic. Buttressed by means of rigorous scholarship, a pretty good clutch of heritage, and sensible principles, this 360-degree review frees dialogue of the nonprofit sector’s dating to govt from either wishful and insular pondering. The 3rd version, addresses the great alterations that created either possibilities and demanding situations for nonprofit-government family over the last ten years, together with new audit standards, tax and regulatory adjustments, results of the reasonable Care Act and the nice Recession, and new nonprofit and philanthropic forms.
Contributors comprise Alan J. Abramson, Elizabeth T. Boris, Erica Broadus, Evelyn Brody, John Casey, Roger Colinvaux, Joseph J. Cordes , Teresa Derrick-Mills, Nathan Dietz, Lewis Faulk, Marion Fremont-Smith, Saunji D. Fyffe, Virginia Hodgkinson, Béatrice Leydier, Cindy M. Lott, Jasmine McGinnis Johnson, Brice McKeever, Susan D. Phillips, Steven Rathgeb Smith, Ellen Steele, C. Eugene Steuerle, Dennis R. younger, and Mary okay. Winkler.
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