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In this second edition of his immensely successful volume on American nonprofits, Lester Salamon and his colleagues update and augment their integrated, authoritative assessment of the state of nonprofit America and the key trends affecting its evolution.
Laster M. Salamon is the director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Civil Society Studies. He has written or edited more than twenty books on the nonprofit sector and the tool of government, including the Resilient Sector: The State of Nonprofit America (Brooking, 2003), Rethinking Corporate Social Engagement (Kumarian, 2010), and Americas Nonprofit Sector: A Primer, 3rd ed. (The Foundation Center, 2012).
Table of Contents
|The Resilient Sector: The Future of Nonprofit America||p. 3|
|Education and Training||p. 137|
|Social Services||p. 192|
|Arts and Culture||p. 229|
|Housing and Community Development||p. 266|
|Environmental Organizations||p. 294|
|International Assistance||p. 329|
|Religious Congregations||p. 362|
|Civic Participation and Advocacy||p. 394|
|Infrastructure Organizations||p. 423|
|Foundations and Corporate Philanthropy||p. 459|
|Individual Giving and Volunteering||p. 495|
|Commercialization, Social Ventures, and For-Profit Competition||p. 521|
|Devolution, Marketization, and the Changing Shape of Government-Nonprofit Relations||p. 549|
|Accountability in the Nonprofit Sector||p. 587|
|Demographic and Technological Imperatives||p. 616|
|Nonprofit Workforce Dynamics||p. 639|
|For Whom and for What? Investigating the Role of Nonprofits as Providers to the Neediest||p. 657|
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