Edited by Bruce A. Seaman and Dennis R. Young
Building on the success of the first edition, this thoroughly revised and expanded edition explores (1) areas of general agreement from previous research; (2) areas of conflicting results and unexplored questions; (3) the relative roles of theory, data availability and empirical analysis in explaining gaps in our knowledge; and (4) what must be done to improve our knowledge and extend the literature. Selected original chapters addressing especially challenging topics include the value of risk management to nonprofit decision-making; nonprofit wages theory and evidence; the valuation of volunteer labor; property tax exemption for nonprofits; when is competition good for the third sector; and product diversification and social enterprise; international perspectives; the application of experimental research and the macroeconomic effects of the nonprofit sector.
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- Handbook of Research on Nonprofit Economics and Management
- Foreword: toward a new economics
- Introduction: the expanding frontiers of economics and nonprofit management research – revisited
- Chapter 1: Income diversity and nonprofit financial health
- Chapter 2: Revenue interactions: crowding out, crowding in, or neither?
- Chapter 3: Public policies and private foundations: payout rates and the (dreaded) excise tax
- Chapter 4: Capital structure
- Chapter 5: Asset composition
- Chapter 6: Competition and collaboration: when are they good for the nonprofit sector?
- Chapter 7: Markets with competition between for-profit and nonprofit firms
- Chapter 8: Nonprofit wages: theory and evidence
- Chapter 9: Modeling nonprofit behavior
- Chapter 10: Static and dynamic pricing strategies: how unique for nonprofits?
- Chapter 11: Nonprofits and the value of risk management
- Chapter 12: Contracting out
- Chapter 13: Product diversification and commercial ventures
- Chapter 14: Internal organization and governance
- Chapter 15: Franchises and federations: the economics of multi-site nonprofit organizations
- Chapter 16: The valuation of volunteer labor
- Chapter 17: Assessing nonprofit performance
- Chapter 18: Social accounting for value creation in nonprofits
- Chapter 19: State and federal tax policy toward nonprofit organizations
- Chapter 20: The property tax exemption for nonprofits
- Chapter 21: Government funding policies
- Chapter 22: The social economy: an international comparison
- Chapter 23: Nonprofit organizations and the macroeconomy
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