Doing good well: what does (and does not) make sense in the nonprofit world

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2008
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978-0-470-82389-7

INDICE:

  • Chapter 0. Introduction Of Paradigms and Doing Good Sector Structure & Governance
  • Chapter 1. The Nonprofit Marketplace The Missing Hand of Adam Smith
  • Chapter 2. Informed Giving The Visible Hand of the Donor
  • Chapter 3. Nonprofit Governance Who Governs a Nonprofit, Really?
  • Chapter 4. Regulation Black Box or Glass House? NonProfit Management
  • Chapter 5. Nonprofit Mission Endgame: Extinction
  • Chapter 6. Reserves & Fundraising Targets The Problem of Plenty
  • Chapter 7. Staff Compensation Heart Work, Less Pay Giving
  • Chapter 8. Corporate Social Responsibility Is the Business of Business just Business?
  • Chapter 9. The Charity Quotient How Charitable are You, Truly?
  • Chapter 10. Planned Giving Raising Money from the Dead
  • Chapter 11. Elite Giving Elite or e-LITE Giving?
  • Chapter 12. International Giving Charity Without Borders
  • Chapter 13. Volunteerism Free Labor Wanted, but Conditions Apply Social Innovation
  • Chapter 14. Philanthropy The Second Philanthropic Revolution
  • Chapter 15. Social Entrepreneurship Innovating Social Change
  • Chapter 16. Social Enterprises Profits for Nonprofits Doing Good Well?
  • Chapter 17. The Rich / Poor Divide For Richer or For Poorer?
  • Chapter 18. Nonprofit Qwerties Quitting Quirky Quagmires
  • Chapter 19. Case Study NKF: The Saga and It's Paradigms
  • Chapter 20. The Charity Ecosystem Doing Good Better

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