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Siena 2012 - Abstracts
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10th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE - SIENA, ITALY - 2012

Democratization, Marketization, and the Third Sector

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Abstracts - Papers 

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A Comparison Study of Local Economic Development Programmes (LED)

Precious T. T. Nwachukwu, University of Zululand

 

A Critical Case Study of Cause-Related Marketing in the U.S.

Angela Eikenberry, University of Nebraska at Omaha


A Look at the Governance Factors that Influence the Size of Nonprofit Operating Reserves

Margaret Sloan; Cleopatra Grizzle, Rutgers University; Mirae Kim, School of Public Affairs and Administration Rutgers University

 

A marriage made in heaven? A preliminary analysis on the relationship between venture philanthropy and social entrepreneurship

Qihai Cai, Chinese University of Hong Kong

 

A Model for Improved NGO and Related Capacity Building in Developing Nations: The Case for a Balanced, Collaborative Approach by Host Societies and External Agents

Richard Bush, Southern Illinois University

A quantitative analysis of charitable causes in 20th century England

Peter Backus, Third Sector Research Centre, University of Southampton and the University of Barcelona

 

A Research on Grassroots Social Governance Mode Based on Multi--Cooperation-Take Wu Xi County in Chongqing(China)as an Example

YANG Li, NGO Research Center of Tsinghua University, Beijing,China


A tale of two professions: Comparing the use of Web 2.0 for advocacy between nonprofit professional organizations
Richard Hoefer (University of Texas - Arlington)
Heather R. Edwards (Wayne State University)

 

A theory of change for lead non-profit organisation practice as both funding brokers and collaborative capacity-builders

Wendy Earles, James Cook University

 

A voluntary sector with few volunteers - a problem for comparative sociology. The Finnish case.

Susan Sundback, Abo Akademi University


Accountability and Transparency in the German Nonprofit-Sector: A Paradox?

Rabea Haß, Hertie School of Governance; Annelie beller, Center for Social Investement, Heidelberg University

 

Accountability in Australian Philanthropy
Elizabeth Cham (University of Technology Syndey)


Achievement-Oriented Management in N.P.Os – What can be learned from successful business managers?

Ronit Amit, Gandyr Foundation

 

Action Research and Preparation of Leaders of the Third Sector

Mary McDonald, University of San Diego; Paula Krist, Ph.D., University of San Diego

 

Africa, a conceptual colony or independent voice? : Towards the development of a conceptual framework of civil society better suited to understanding social participation in African countries.

Bev Russell, Social Surveys Africa 

Agency problems in nonprofit nursing homes: A discrete choice experiment

Stijn Van Puyvelde, Vrije Universiteit Brussels; Ralf Caers, Vrije Universiteit Brussles; Cindy Du Bois, Vrije Universiteit Brussels; Marc Jegers, Vrije Universiteit Brussels 

Altruism and Civic Engagement: The Promise of Civil Society for Democracy

William W. Clohesy, University of Northern Iowa

 

American Indian Nonprofit Organizations: A Case Study of Tribal Sovereignty, Economic Development and Social Justice

Peg Bortner, Arizona State University; Carol Chiago Lujan, Arizona State University; William Murphy, Arizona State University

An empirical analysis on preferences and pro-social behavior: International comparative study on individual philanthropy

Naoko Okuyama, Osaka University 

An Empirical Study on the Foundation-NPO Relationship in a Trilateral Evaluation Situation

Rafael Wyser, CEPS - Centre for Philanthropy Studies; Georg von Schnurbein, University of Basel

 

An Multilevel Analysis on the Relationship between Women’s Autonomy and Adolescent Childbearing Behaviour:A Study in Nicaragua

Midori Matsushima, Osaka University 

 

Analysis on Social Enterprise Models in China
Rong Tian (Nanjing University) 
Lucy JORDAN (University of Southampton)


Analytical Report of Three Years of the Pilot-project of Basic Income Guarantee in Brazil.

BRUNA AUGUSTO PEREIRA, RECIVITAS; MARCUS VINICIUS BRANCAGLIONE, RECIVITAS 

Applying the concept of social entrepreneurship to the Brazilian experience of the Incubators of Popular Cooperatives

 

Cristina Parente, Universidade do Porto; Allan Claudius Queiróz Barbosa, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais - Faculdade de Ciências Económicas; Flávia Vilhena, Universiddae Técnica de Lisboa - Instituto Superior de Ciências Sociais e Politicas 

Aspectos normativos e implementación de la teoría del Tercer Sector: Un breve recuento analítico

Humberto Muñoz Grandé, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

 

‘Auto-management’, an emerging practice theory, addresses the limit-situations of marketisation in human services delivery
Susan Huhana Mlcek, Charles Sturt University

 

Bases of Power and the Dominant Coalition in Nonprofit Organizations

David Renz, University of Missouri - Kansas City; Fredrik O. Andersson, University of Missouri, Kansas City

 

Becoming more business-like? Marketisation and its impact on the construction of NPO identity in South Africa

Frederik Claeyé, Lille Catholic University; Nathalie van Meurs, Middlesex University Business School, London


Between cooperation and cooptation: analysis on Brazilian government’s convênios

Marcelo Marchesini, SUNY Albany

 

Beyond Civil Society - Citizenship, Civic Driven Change and Governance

Alan F. Fowler, Institute of Social Studies, Erasmus University, T

 

Beyond Money: The challenges of funding plus

Benjamin Cairns, Institute of Voluntary Action (IVAR); Eliza Buckley, Institute for Voluntary Action Research

 

"Big Society” – a solution to problems of the state and voluntarism?
Irene Hardill, Northumbria University; Michael S. Locke, Volunteering England; Nick Ockenden, Institute for Volunteering Research

 

Big Society: Small Government

Fred W. Powell, National University of Ireland, Cork

 

"Bigger than a program”: the role of non-profit organizations in sustaining, adapting and spreading programs
Janya McCalman, James Cook University; Roxanne Bainbridge, James Cook University; Catherine Brown, James Cook University; Komla Tsey, James Cook University

 

Blurring boundaries between Profit versus Nonprofit Governance:  A Stakeholder  Approach

Ali Simsek, Free University of Brussels

 

Bonding and bridging social capital with formal and informal carers in Sweden and Australia

Rosemary Leonard, University of Western Sydney; Stina Johansson, Umea University; Debbie Horsfall

 

Branding in the NPO cultural sector

Gesa Dr. Birnkraut, University of Applied Sciences Osnabrueck

 

Bringing Recipients' Agency Back In: Philanthropic Relationships from the perspective of Israeli Social Change Activists

Hagay Bar, Bar-Ilan University

 

Britain's Big Society from a comparative perspective: an old debate about new volunteerism
Markus Ketola

 

Building Capacity? Monitoring and Evaluation in Cambodian NGOs

David Suarez, University of Southern California; Jeffery Marshall, Sapere Development Solutions

 

Business Ventures by NPOs and Social Businesses - Different Forms of Hybrid Organizations Combining Social and Business Goals: Some Insights from a Survey in Israel

Inbal Abbou, Israeli Social Enterprise Research Center (ISERC); Benjamin Gidron, Israeli Social Enterprise Research Center (ISERC)

 

Can Philanthropy Contribute to the Reform of Financial Markets? Options and Constraints of Private Foundations

Lorenzo Fioramonti, Hertie School of governance; Ekkehard Thümler, Centre for Social Investment

 

 

Can private philanthropy be considered as a part of a coherent approach to meeting public welfare need?

Catherina Pharoah, Sir John Cass Business School

 

Catholic Scout Association of Portugal- motivations of adult volunteers

Boguslawa Sardinha, Polytechnic Institute of Setobal; Olga Oliveira Cunha, CNE - Catholic Scout Association of Portugal

 

Cause-related Marketing in the USA: A Quantitative Study Examining Nonprofit and Business Alliance Relationships.

Debra Basil, University of Lethbridge; Mary Runte, University of Lethbridge; Sameer Deshpande, University of Lethbridge

 

Challenges for Civic Mission at Croatian Universities: Academic Youth is Not That Interested?

Bojana Culum, University of Rijeka; Jasminka Ledic, University of Rijeka

 

Challenges of transition in common good organizations: from ‘governance-by-doing’ to strategic governance
Ljiljana Erakovic, The University of Auckland Business School
Judith McMorland, CO-LEARNZ

 

Changes in Normative Systems and Multi-Spatiality: A Media Content Analysis of Indian Microfinance in Times of Crisis

Sofia Altafi, Stockholm School of Economics

 

Changing Philanthropic Paradigms: Build SM Networks from the Top Down

Kelly Brown, Univ of Chicago

 

Charities and Social Entrepreneurship

Roger Spear, Open University


Charity laws and their impacts in democratization: Examining the Ethiopian Charity law.

Tessema Mebratu Beyene, University of Liverpool

 

Charity without Politics?  Examining the Limits of ‘Politics’ in the Law of Charity

Rebecca Lee, Faculty of Law, The University of Hong Kong

 

Citizen-Initiated Social Enterprise and Regional Development: Opportunities, Constraints and Overcoming Disadvantage in Regional Australia

Sharine Ling, The Australian Centre for Philanthropy, Queensland University of Technology; Jo Barraket; Luke Belinda, Queensland University of Technology

 

Citizenship, social control and democratic accountability: the action of twenty Brazilian social observatories

Paula Chies Schommer, Federal University of Bahia

 

Civic attitudes and associational activeness of second-level students in 38 countries: comparison and theoretical interpretation of findings

Tomi Kankainen, University of Jyväskylä; Martti Siisiäinen, Department of social sciences and philosophy, University of Jyväskylä


Civil Society and National Development: Issues and Challenges
Janice L. H. Nga (Universiti Malaysia Sabah)
Victor King (The University of Leeds)
Michael Parnwell

 

Civil Society and the State

Sema Akboga, Koc University

 

 

Civil society as a process of boundary-making: Theoretical insights from contexts of democratization and market-expansion

Dolly Daftary, Western Michigan University

 

Civil Society Divided or United? The tug-of-war over "National Education” in Post-1997 Hong Kong

Thomas TSE, Faculty of Education, CUHK,Hong Kong

 

 

Civil society in Kazakhstan: defining the framework of trust

Tamara G. Nezhina, Independent Sector; Aigerim R. Ibrayeva, KIMEP

 

 

Collaborative entrepreneurial activities undertaken by social enterprises

Craig Furneaux, Australian Centre for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies, Queensland University of Technology; Jo Barraket

 

 

Collaborative Power for Development:  NGOs and the governance of distributed electricity programs in Africa

Jennifer Brass, School for Public & Environmental Affairs; Lauren MacLean, Indiana University; Sanya Carley, Indiana University

 

Colonization of the Markets – How Social Enterprises democratize the Business World
Björn Schmitz, University of Heidelberg

 

Combating Corruption: The Role of Democratization NGOs in South Africa, Tajikistan and Argentina

Julie Fisher Melton, Kettering Foundation

 

 

Commodity Vertical Diversification Growth in Ethiopia: A Case Study of Third Sector Impact on Growth

Bemnet Yigzaw, DePaul University

 

 

Communicating performance in annual reports: Good opportunity or chore?

Andrea Schmidt, Nonprofit Management Group

 

Community Co-operatives and Social Capital Building on the Neighbourhood Level: Empirical Evidence from Vienna
Richard Lang, WU – Vienna University of Economics and Business (Presenter)
Dagmara Pogorzelska, RiCC – Research Institute for Co-operation and Co-operatives; WU – Vienna University of Economics and Business

 

Community heroes, survivors or casualties? Exploring voluntary sector risks and resilience

Linda Milbourne, Birkbeck College, University of London

 

Community Variation in Nonprofit Sectors: What Difference Does it Make?

Lindsey McDougle, University of Pennsylvania

 

Comparing Ethnic and Multicultural Immigrant Service Organizations In Canada: Bonding and Bridging
Ida E. Berger, Ryerson University; Katia G. Melnik Olive, LEST University Aix-Marseille 2, Center for Employ; Mary K. Foster, Ryerson University

 

Comparing governance patterns: the place of third sector organizations in policy narratives across nations

Nicholas V. Acheson, University of Ulster; Rachel Laforest, Queen\'s University

 

Comparing the unique value of volunteering to paid work: an empirical analysis

Lucas Meijs, Erasmus University Rotterdam; Judith Metz, University of Applied Sciences Amsterdam; Niek Hoogervorst, RSM Erasmus University; Eva Anne van Baren, RSM Erasmus University; Lonneke Roza, RSM Erasmus University & Erasmus Centre for Strategic Philanthropy

 

Competence specialization in nonprofit leadership teams

Jurgen Willems, Free University Brussels (Vrije Universiteit Bruss; Gert Huybrechts, Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Marc Jegers, Vrije Universiteit Brussels; Tim Vantilborgh, Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Jemima Bidee, Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Roland Pepermans, Vrije Universiteit Brussels

 

Constancy and Change in the Women's Funding Network
Eleanor L. Brilliant, Rutgers University -- Emeritus

 

Contracting between for-profit suppliers and nonprofit clients: how is the gap between expectations bridged?

Bram Mahieu, Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Marc Jegers, Vrije Universiteit Brussels

 

Corporate Governance and Ethical Leadership from a Monastic Perspective: a Literature Review
Ksenia Keplinger, Johannes Kepler University of Linz
Birgit Feldbauer-Durstmüller, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Institute for Controlling and Consulting

 

Corporate Philanthropy: The Age of Integration

Patrick Rooney, Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University; Melissa Brown, Melissa S. Brown & Associates, LLC; Michal Kramarek, The Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University

 

Corporate Volunteering in Australia

Debbie Haski-Leventhal, Macquarie Graduate School of Management

 

Cost function and efficiency of child care centers in Korea

Tae-kyu Park, Yonsei University

 

Crisis containment in Israel's nonprofit human services:the effect of managerial competency and organzational competence

Rita S. Mano, University of Haifa

Crisis in Muslim Education: The Almajiranci System in Northern Nigeria and Response of State and Civil Society
Sulaiman Khalid

 

Cross-National Members of Professional Associations: Empirical Descriptions and Emerging Theory
Beth Gazley, Indiana University; Matthew Baggetta, Indiana University-Bloomington

 

Cross- Sector Collaboration: Relationships between Philanthropic Foundations and the Government in Social Policy Making in Israel

Ester Zychlinski, Ariel University Center -Israel; Michal Almog-Bar, Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

 

Cross- Sector Collaboration: Relationships between Philanthropic Foundations and the Government in Social Policy Making in Israel

Ester Zychlinski, Ariel University Center -Israel; Michal Almog-Bar, Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

 

CROSS-SECTOR PARTNERSHIPS IN HEALTHCARE: a contribution to the debate around marketization

Rosane Segantin Keppke, FUNDATEC/ EFSPM; Anivaldo Solano Santos, Escola de Formação do Servidor Público Municipal; Andre Luiz Araujo Casado, Escola de Formação do Servidor Público Municipal


CSR and Staff Involvement: the evaluation of the partnership

Alessia Anzivino, SDA Bocconi; Giuliana Baldassarre, Università  "l. Bocconi"

 

Cultures Matter: An Analytic Framework for Social Entrepreneurship

Ming-Rea Kao, National Sun Yat-sen University; Chang-Yu Huang, Department of Business Management, National Sun Yat-Sen University

 

Defining Direction where Boundaries Blur: using value pluralism to address economic strategy
Jenny M. Green, University of Technology, Sydney
Sarah Kaine, University of Technology, Sydney
Bronwen Dalton, University of Technology, Sydney

 

Defining Local Democracy in Lithuania: Citizens’ Approach towards Government-NGO Relation
Egle Vaidelyte, Kaunas University of Technology
Egle Butkeviciene, Kaunas University of Technology
Rasa Snapstiene, Kaunas University of Technology

 

Defining social entrepreneurship: lessons from Portuguese organizational dynamics

Cristina Parente, Universidade do Porto; Alexandra Lopes, University of Porto - Sociology Institute of FLUP; Neusa Vanessa Marcos, University of Porto - Sociology Institute of FLUP

 

Determinant Factors of Corporate Environmental Information Disclosure – An Empirical Study of Listed Electronic Companies in Taiwan

Grace Li-Min Liao, China University of TechnologyNational Taipei University; Ming-Shiun Chen, National Taipei University; Shih-Jung Hsu, National Chengchi University

 

Determinants for the size of a foundation sector

Martin Blickenstorfer, Verbandsmanagement Institut (VMI), University of Fribourg, Switzerland; Markus Gmuer, Verbandsmanagementinstitut (VMI)

 

Dilemmas of Diversity Management in the Voluntary Sector

Christina Schwabenland, London Metropolitan University

 

Diversity and Equality: Coexistence and Contradictions

Judith Weisinger, New Mexico State University

 

Do EU legislation and economic policies act in concert in developing a harmonized business theory for social economy and social enterprise ?

Nicole Alix, Confrontations Europe

 

Do formal volunteering and state welfare services "crowd out” informal helping?  An international comparative study

Christopher J. Einolf, DePaul University

 

Do non-profits offer better quality jobs? Evidence from Australia’s social assistance industries
Dr Natasha Cortis, University of New South Wales; Christine Eastman, University of New South Wales


Do people in NGOs perform civic behavior? Organizational citizenship behavior in Polish NGOs
Andrea Schmidt (Nonprofit Management Group)

 

Does the mission of the organization matter for job quality of low-skilled workers?

Olivier Brolis, Université Catholique de Louvain-la-Neuve

 

Donor conditions and voluntary failure among South African NGOs

dineo seabe, University of Stellenbosch

 

Dreams of Civil Society Twenty Years After: The Case of the Czech Republic

Miroslav Pospisil, Centre for Nonprofit Sector Research; Jiri Navratil, Faculty of Social Studies, Masaryk University

 

Empirical Analysis on Preferences of Donors and Disclosure of Accounting Information of CSOs

Yu Ishida, Akashi National College of Technology; Hideaki Baba, Aichi Gakusen University

 

Empirical evidence on the evolution of social innovation, social enterprise and social entrepreneurship in scientific literature

Claudia Brunner, University of Liechtenstein

 

Employees’ engagement in CSR: The case of payroll giving in Australia

Debbie Haski-Leventhal, Macquarie Graduate School of Management


Employment of older workers in France: do nonprofit and for-profit organizations differ?
Ekaterina Melnik (Centre for Employment Studies)   
Mathieu Narcy (ERUDITE-University Paris-Est Créteil and CEE, France)


Entre qualité et quantité, quels indicateurs pour une évaluation des Etablissements d’Accueil du Jeune Enfant (EAJE) à la croisée des logiques éducatives, associatives et gestionnaires ?

Yannig ROBIN, UBO BREST

 

Ethical tensions in International Development Planning and Evaluation: Lessons in INGO management from Eastern Congo
Ramya Ramanath, DePaul University

 

European Civil Societies Compared

Annette Zimmer, Universität Münster; Edith J. Archambault, Universite de Paris I - Sorbonne

 

Evaluating Marketing Strategies in the Third Sector: The Effects of Donor Prioritization Strategy on Satisfaction, Loyalty and Intention to Upgrade

Silke Boenigk, University of Hamburg; Christian Scherhag, University of Hamburg

 

Evaluation, Legitimacy, Accountability and Impact
Rose Namara, Institute of Social Studies
Harriat Namisi, DENIVA

 

Examining the Influence of Board Donors on Nonprofit Organizational Performance

Theresa Hilliard, Georgia State University; Keisha Nichols, Georgia State University; Andy Tang, Georgia State University; Ram Sriram, Georgia State University

 

Exploring factors that influence board member engagement and board performance

William Brown, Texas A&M University

 

Exploring the ‘nurture’ of volunteer coordination

Sibylle Studer, CEPS - Centre for Philanthropy Studies; Georg von Schnurbein, University of Basel


 

Exploring the Logic and Practice of Hosting Dialogue in Local Communities

Jodi Sandfort, Humphrey School of Public Affairs University of Minnesota; Kathryn Quick, Humphrey School of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota

 

Exploring the Stakeholder Management Model in Nonprofit Organizations : The Case of Japan

Mikiko Shimaoka, Waseda University


Extra- and Intra-Governmental Social Innovation: Instruments of Social-Welfare Provision
Gordon Shockley (Arizona State University)
Peter Frank (Wingate University)


Factors explaining individuals’ decision to donate to a certain charitable cause

Michael Neumayr, Vienna University of Economics; Michael Meyer, University of Economics, Vienna

 

Fair Trade Town Movement in Japan

Tatsuya Watanabe, Tokyo University of Economics

 

Family Structure, Gender, and Giving and Volunteering: Evidence from a Longitudinal Study in the United States

Christopher J. Einolf, DePaul University

 

Feminist ethics and stakeholder theory in the social economy. A quantitative study of corporate stakeholder relations in Italian social enterprises

Lorenzo Dorigo, Advanced School of Economics  Ca' Foscari University Venice (ITALY)


Five stages of social entrepreneurship

Yutaka Tanabe, Tokyo Institute of Technology


Flourishing social businesses and renewing the non-profit organizations in Japan

Nobuyoshi Ohmuro, Kyoto Sangyou University

 

Forces Shaping the South Korean NGO Sector  and their Impacts on the NGO Accountability Environment

Bok Gyo Jonathan Jeong, University of Pittsburgh

 

Forging New Values and Relationships in Troubled Fiscal Times in the US, Canada and Britain

Kathy Brock, Queen's University

 

Formalizing Corporate Social Responsibility

Seungwha (Andy) Chung, Yonsei University; Na Sung Pyo, Yonsei University; Hyunsang Pyo, Yonsei University; Jiman Lee, Yonsei University

 

Foundation grantmaking strategy in practice

Stefan Einarsson, Stockholm School of Economics; Jasmine McGinnis, Georgia State University and Georgia Institute of Technology; Hanna Schneider, Vienna University of Economics and Business

 

From Amateur Practices to Professionalization: A Study of Volunteer Work in Brazilian Hospitals

Cesar Ribeiro, Catholic University of Parana; Victor Meyer Jr., Pontifical Catholic University of Parana; Lucilaine Pascuci, Pontifical Catholic University of Parana; J. Patrick Murphy, DePaul University


From emotion to trust - the reasons behind, and consequences of, ending a small development agency
Lau Schulpen (CIDIN, Radboud University Nijmegen)  
Sara Kinsbergen (Centre for International Development)

From philanthropy to Citizenship: Influence of social rights on the mission of nonprofit organizations

Marcia Moussallem, IATS - Institute for third sector management; Luiz Carlos Merege, IATS - Institute for third Sector Management


From welfare state to welfare pluralism - attitudes and expectations of Finns towards a changing welfare model
Henrietta Gronlund (University of Helsinki)   
Anne Birgitta Pessi (University of Helsinki)

 

Genesis of social entrepreneurship – a micro sociological analysis

Gladius Kulothungan, University of East London

 

Gestión Social en lo Tercer Sector: ambigüedades, ambivalencias y retos para innovar en las prácticas

Edgilson Tavares de Tavares de Araujo, Pontifical Catholic University of Sao Paulo / Catholic University Portuguese - Lisbon

 

Gestión Social y Dimensión Política: un debate a ser construido en los Programas de Formación en Brasil
Rosana de Freitas Boullosa, Federal University of Bahia (UFBA)/ Escola de admi ; Edgilson Tavares de Araújo, Pontifícia Unversidade Católica de São Paulo

Global Climate Policy Coalitions – NGOs and Networks in the Global Climate Change Policy Process

Ian McGregor, University of Technology, Sydney

 

Gobernanza y participación de las asociaciones de inmigrantes en Andalucía (España)

Angeles Espadas Alcázar, Universidad de Jaen; Mourad Aboussi, Universidad de Granada; Enrique Raya, Universidad de Granada

 

Good governance. A management lesson drawn from Lorenzettis Siena painting "Buongoverno"

Antonin Wagner, New School


Governance Challenges in Fair Trade Organisations (FTOs)

Bob Doherty, Liverpool Hope University; Chris Mason, Faculty of Business and Enterprise

 

Governance in Grant Making Foundations

Steffen Bethmann, University Basel; Georg von Schnurbein, University of Basel; Sibylle Studer, CEPS - Centre for Philanthropy Studies

 

Governmentalisation of the Civil Society? Power, Governance and Civil Society in Gramsci’s and Foucault’s Analytics of Power
Miikka Pyykkönen, Cultural Policy / University of Jyväskylä

 

Grassroots Initiatives Women Social Entrepreneurs for Poverty Alleviation:

Rahel Mwitula Williams, DePaul University

 

Grassroots NGOs in China: Filling in the Landscape

Anthony Spires, Chinese University of Hong Kong; Lin Tao, The Chinese University of Hong Kong; Kin-man Chan, The Chinese University of Hong Kong


Happy to Serve: Volunteer Management and Job Satisfaction

Debbie Haski-Leventhal, Macquarie Graduate School of Management; Kate Hughes, Macquarie Graduate School of Management; Lesley Hustinx, Universiteit Gent; Femida Handy, University of Pennsylvania

 

High Reliability Organization in risk management: social responsibility and patient safety in a Brazilian hospital

Carlos Motta, Pontifical Catholic University of Parana – Brazil; Victor Meyer Jr., Pontifical Catholic University of Parana; Lucilaine Pascuci, Pontifical Catholic University of Parana

 

How can social enterprises pursue social integration of marginalized people in difficult fiscal times?

Sachiko Nakagawa, Keio University

 

How Changes in Donor Funding Shape the Impact of NGOs as Civil Society Actors on Public Policy in Lebanon (Middle East)

Khaldoun Abou Assi, Maxwell School of Syracuse University

 

How civic are real voluntary associations? A test of current assumptions in civil society theory with data of active association members and volunteers in the Netherlands
Erik van Ingen, Tilburg University
Paul Dekker, Netherlands Institute for Social Research | SCP & Tilburg University

 

How Program Volunteering and Association Activity Fit with Other Leisure Activities: National Sample Survey Evidence

David Horton Smith, Boston College; Christopher J. Einolf, DePaul University

 

How quality of motivation and need satisfaction influence volunteers' interest/enjoyment and mood during volunteer activities: A daily-diary study

Jemima Bidee, Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Tim Vantilborgh, Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Roland Pepermans, Vrije Universiteit Brussels; Gert Huybrechts, Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Jurgen Willems, Free University Brussels (Vrije Universiteit Bruss; Marc Jegers, Vrije Universiteit Brussels


Human Services Managers' Most Pressing Concerns and Training Needs
Richard Hoefer (University of Texas - Arlington)

 

Humanization Strategies at Brazilian Hospitals: Two Sides of the Same Coin

Lucilaine Pascuci, Pontifical Catholic University of Parana; Victor Meyer Jr., Pontifical Catholic University of Parana; J. Patrick Murphy, DePaul University; Carlos Motta, Pontifical Catholic University of Parana – Brazil

 

Hybrid governance structures of mental health consumer-run self-help organizations in Europe, North America, and Asia

Rosario Laratta, MEIJI UNIVERSITY, Governance School; Thomasina J. Borkman, George Mason University

 

ICT Adoption in the Small Social Enterprises in Spain: An Empirical Study
Gloria Estapa Dubreuil (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)   
Consol Torreguitart Mirada (Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)

 

Ideology being governed: Strategy formation in civil society.

Stefan Einarsson, Stockholm School of Economics

 

Illuminating the blind spots of SROI in capturing societal functions of Nonprofit Organizations

Reinhard Millner, WU Vienna University of Economics and Business – Nonprofit Management Group; Florentine Maier, WU Vienna University of Economics and Business; Ruth Simsa, Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration

 

Improving transparency of NPO’s financial reporting - a quantitative study (Switzerland)

Beatrice Meyer, ZHAW Zürcher Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften

 

In pursuit of legitimacy: Nonprofit organization's motivation for business partnerships

Mary Runte, University of Lethbridge; Debra Z Basil, University of Lethbridge; Gail McKenzie, Lethbridge Youth Services

Independent or Collaborative? An Empirical Investigation of NGOs’ Participation in the Wenchuan Earthquake

Qiushi (Liu) Liu (Quishi), Tsinghua University; Xiuping Zhou, Tsinghua University

 

Index of Effectiveness and Efficiency of Public Policy

MARCUS VINICIUS BRANCAGLIONE, RECIVITAS; pedro theodoro dos santos neto, RECIVITAS


Indigenous peoples’ health care: new discourses and technologies of policy and governance

Judith Dwyer, Flinders University; Tim Tenbensel, University of Auckland; Josee Lavoie, University of Northern British Columbia; Jackie Cumming, Victoria University of Wellington; Amohia Boulton, Whakauae Research for Health and Development; Angelita Martini, Flinders University

 

Individual differences in hours donated to NPOs: the role of volunteers’ personalities and expectations

Tim Vantilborgh, Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Jemima Bidee, Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Roland Pepermans, Vrije Universiteit Brussels; Jurgen Willems, Free University Brussels (Vrije Universiteit Bruss; Gert Huybrechts, Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Marc Jegers, Vrije Universiteit Brussels

 

Individual Giving and Volunteering in Mexico: Towards a Civil Society Research Agenda

Jacqueline Butcher de Rivas, CIESC, A.C.

 

In-Group Collectivism versus Institutional Collectivism: A Case Study of Social Entrepreneurship Development in Taiwan

Ming-Rea Kao, National Sun Yat-sen University; Chang-Yu Huang, Department of Business Management, National Sun Yat-Sen University


Institutional Change in American Universities: The Rise of Human Rights Centers and Degree Programs.

David Suarez, University of Southern California

 

Integrating Women into Development through Microenterprise Approach in Rural Areas: Role of Microfinance in Sri Lanka

Poornima Gayangani Wasana Jayawardana, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University

 

International Pedagogy: Nonprofits in Civil Society - A Guatemalan Case Study

Teresa VanHorn, University of San Diego

 

Interpreting the data from the CIVICUS Civil Society Index with a mixed method design

Wolfgang Doerner, University of Siena, Italy


Inter-organizational relationships (IORs) between nonprofit human organizations
Dorit Bar-Nir (University of California, Berkeley )
Sarah Carnochan (Mack Center of Nonprofit & Public sector Management in the Human Services )
Michael Austin (University of California, Berkeley )

 

Inter-relationships in the Public Sphere: nonprofit organizations and political change

Philippe Eynaud, IAE de Paris, Université Panthéon Sorbonne; Damien Mourey, IAE de Paris, Université Panthéon Sorbonne; Carolyn Cordery, Victoria University of Wellington

 

Intersectionality and Empowerment in the Emerging Field of Social Entrepreneurship

Malin Gawell, Entrepreneurship and Small Business Research Insti

 

Is civil society participation in local policy making  harming administrative efficiency?

Matthias Freise, University of Muenster

 

Is there a British "civic core”? Evidence from the Citizenship Survey

John Mohan, Third Sector Research centre,; Sarah Bulloch, University of Southampton

 

Is there a difference in funding and accountability between rural and urban-based NGOs? The Case of public benefit organizations in the Czech Republic

Jarmila Curtiss, Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Economics in Central and Eastern Europe

 

Is Volunteer Labor Part of Household Production? Evidence from Married Couples

Eleanor Brown, Pomona College; Ye Zhang, Dept. of Economics, IUPUI

 

Islamic Non Profit Organizations in the Post 9/11 Era

Habibe Ilhan, Suleyman Sah University

 

Isolating and integrating?! - The Association of Latin American Immigrants in Israel
Deby Babis, Hebrew University

 

Joining the dots: philanthropy, social justice and a sustainable civil society in South Africa

Gaby Ritchie, The SA Institute of Advancement; Melanie Judge, Inyathelo

 

Justifying Public Advocacy by Charities: When Does Political Activity Become Charitable?

Lusina Ho, Faculty of Law, The University of Hong Kong; Joseph C.W. Chan, University of Hong Kong

 

Key Success Factors In Social Businesses: An International Comparative Study

Anita Maria De Moura; Graziella Maria Comini, FEA/USP - University of Sao Paulo; Armindo dos Santos Teodosio, PUC/MG

 

L’organisation comme véhicule privilégié de développement durable. L’example des ONG de coopération internationale

Olga Navarro-Flores, Universit� du Qu�bec � Montr�al

 

La gouvernance des associations en France : entre militance et professionnalisation

Stéphanie Chatelain-Ponroy, Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers; Philippe Eynaud, IAE de Paris, Université Panthéon Sorbonne; Samuel Sponem, Hec Montréal

 

La justicia y el desarrollo económico y social en América Latina, a través de las acciones colectivas.

Iliana Rodríguez Santibañez, ITESM-CCM

 

La mise à distance du mouvement des femmes par l’économie sociale: réflexions sur le cas québécois

Pierre-Andre Tremblay, Universite du Quebec a Chicoutimi; Eloise Gaudreau, Universite du Quebec a Chicoutimi; Danielle Maltais, Universite du Quebec a Chicoutimi; Marielle Tremblay, Universite du Quebec a Chicoutimi; Suzanne Tremblay, Universite du Quebec a Chicoutimi

 

La participación de las organizaciones de la sociedad civil en la formación de políticas públicas en América Latina: referentes teóricos y experiencias recientes

Alberto Hernandez Baqueiro, Instituto Tecnologico de Monterrey

 

Las organizaciones de la sociedad civil mexicanas y la cooperación al desarrollo: estrategias y enfoques

Cristina Girado, El Colegio Mexiquense; Imke Hindrichs; Daniela Converso

 

Las organizaciones de la sociedad civil mexicanas y la cooperación al desarrollo: estrategias y enfoques

Cristina Girado, El Colegio Mexiquense; Imke Hindrichs; Daniela Converso

 

Late-modern hegemony and the changing role of voluntary associations in Finland

Martti Siisiäinen, Department of social sciences and philosophy, University of Jyväskylä


Law, policy and politics in Australia’s recent not-for-profit sector reforms

Ann O'Connell, Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne; Fiona Martin, University of New South Wales; Joyce Chia, University of Melbourne

 

Leadership and Decision-Making in Crisis

Scott Campbell, Research Assistant Caster Center for Nonprofit Research; Laura Deitrick, Center for Applied Nonprofit Research

 

Leading for Impact in the Greek Nonprofit Sector: The Emerging Role of Nonprofit Leadership Brand

Christina Giannopoulou, Athens University of Economics and Business; Anthony Ioannidis, Athens University of Economics and Business

 

Learning Processes Building Stronger Civil Society:   University-Community Partnership Research Findings

Marjorie Mayo, University of London; Zoraida Mendiwelso-Bendek, University of Lincoln; Carol Packham

 

Les agents de développement communautaire: Entre l'État et la société civile

Sebastien Savard, Universito d\'Ottawa; Denis Bourque, Université du Québec en Outaouais

Life Concepts of Business and Social Work Students –  Influencing Factor for Sector Choice?

Marlene Walk, University of Pennsylvania

 

Locating the concept of "civility” within civil society studies and proposing an empirical research agenda based on relevant items from cross-national survey data sets

Anael Labigne, Hertie School of Governance

 

Logic of action in the catholic field - Diversity of models and practices in the field of social services.

Henrique Joaquim, Universidade Católica Portuguesa


Long-term care for elderly people with disabilities: a social challenge for Institutions and Voluntary Associations. An empirical study.

Elena Elia, Qubica soc. coop a r.l.; Paola Tola, Qubica coop a r.l.; Simona Carboni, Fondazione Volontariato e Partecipazione; Riccardo Guidi, Fondazione Volontariato e Partecipazione


Los valores del acto de donar: objetivos y motivaciones de los donantes

Isa Mara Espina Mesquita, Fundacao Armando Alvares Penteado (FAAP); Eloisa Helena De Souza Cabral, Fundacao Armando Alvares Penteado (FAAP); Juliane Silva Damasceno, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais; Paulo de Tarso Muzy, Fundacao Armando Alvares Penteado (FAAP)

 

Los valores del acto de donar: objetivos y motivaciones de los donantes

Isa Mara Espina Mesquita, Fundacao Armando Alvares Penteado (FAAP); Eloisa Helena De Souza Cabral, Fundacao Armando Alvares Penteado (FAAP); Juliane Silva Damasceno, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais; Paulo de Tarso Muzy, Fundacao Armando Alvares Penteado (FAAP)

 

Lost in Translation or What’s not included in the Polish Social Economy

Victor A. Pestoff, Ersts-Skondal University College

 

Making Room at the Table: Claiming and Retaining Institutional and Normative Space for African Civil Society Organizations That Promote Rule of Law Reforms

Jeffery Brown, Florida A&M University College of Law

 

Management and organization of the partnership between non-profit organizations, social enterprises and firms: an empirical study

Federica Bandini, Università Bologna; Alessia Anzivino, SDA Bocconi

 

Mapping of the succession process in nonprofit organizations in Brazil

Graziella Maria Comini, FEA/USP - University of Sao Paulo; Marcela Paolino; Mardem Feitosa, Universidade de São Paulo - Centro de Empreendedorismo Social e Administração em Terceiro Setor - CEATS, São Paulo, Brazil

 

Mapping of the succession process in nonprofit organizations in Brazil

Graziella Maria Comini, FEA/USP - University of Sao Paulo; Marcela Paolino; Mardem Feitosa, Universidade de São Paulo - Centro de Empreendedorismo Social e Administração em Terceiro Setor - CEATS, São Paulo, Brazil

 

Markets rush in where networks fear to tread: Case studies of governance network and third sector organizational change in Northern Ireland

Nicholas V. Acheson, University of Ulster

 

Measuring Civil Society and Volunteering: New Comparative Findings from Implementation of the UN Nonprofit Handbook in 17 Countries

Lester M. Salamon, Center for Civil Society Studies - IPS; S. Wojciech Sokolowski, Johns Hopkins University; Megan Haddock, Johns Hopkins Center for Civil Society Studies

 

Measuring Horizontality:    The methodological development of a new instrument to measure behavioral change in community philanthropy organizations in Africa

Susan Wilkinson-Maposa, University of Cape Town

Measuring Social Impact

Jenny Onyx, University of Technology, Sydney; Melissa Edwards, University of Technology, Sydney; Hazel Maxwell, UTS; Paul Bullen, Management Alternatives Pry Ltd; Simon Darcy, UTS; Shauna Sherker, SLSA

Measuring Social Impact in a post-GDP Society
Mary Lee Rhodes, Trinity College Dublin

Media advocacy, professionalism and environmental issues

Dasegowdanakoplu Poornananda, Kuvempu University

Microfinance ratings as institutional work

Sofia Altafi, Stockholm School of Economics

 

Milk and Medicine Program Evaluation in Lusaka, Zambia: A Model for Global Corporate Social Responsibility

Deborah Sturtevant, Hope College

 

Milk and Medicine Program Evaluation in Lusaka, Zambia: A Model for Global Corporate Social Responsibility

Deborah Sturtevant, Hope College

 

Mingling Mission and Market: Assessing the Social Enterprise of American Low Profit Limited Liability Companies

John C. Ronquillo, DePaul University

 

Mobilizing Community Resources to address HIV/AIDS in Northern British Columbia: A Review

Jamie Reschny, University of Northern British Columbia

 

Mobilizing Community Resources to address HIV/AIDS in Northern British Columbia: A Review

Jamie Reschny, University of Northern British Columbia

 

Modelo de institucionalidad para Organizaciones de la Sociedad Civil: Una aproximación  a la realidad nacional en México

Humberto Muñoz Grandé, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; Roberto Arce Rodríguez, Fundación para el Desarrollo del Tercer Sector AC; María Teresa Arce Rodríguez, Fundación para el Desarrollo del Tercer Sector AC

 

Money, mission or need: How do Ugandan NGOs choose activities?

Amit Grover, Not Applicapble; Ronelle Burger, Nottingham University and Stellenbosch University; Trudy Owens, Nottingham University

 

 

Motivation for Volunteerism in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Ahmed Bendania, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals; Salem Ahmed Aldini, king Fahd University of Petroleum and MieralsS

 

Motivations Which Influence Volunteers’ Satisfaction

Marisa Ferreira, ESTGF - IPP & FEP-UP; Teresa Proença, FEP-UP; João F. Proença, FEP-UP

 

 

Mouvements sociaux: des contributions et la redéfinition de la relation « société civile – État » dans une ville globale d’un pays émergent au XXI ème siècle.

Monique Falcão, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro - UERJ; Ricardo Nery Falbo, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro - UERJ

 

Multi-level Governance: Opportunities and Constraints for the third sectors’ role in sustaining viable social markets

Vanna Gonzales, Arizona State University

 

Municipality mechanisms to promote local participation: Marginalized groups case

Emma Juaneda Ayensa, University of La Rioja; Carmen Marcuello Servós, Universidad de Zaragoza


Muslim Philanthropy and Social Security in Southeast Asia
Janice L. H. Nga (Universiti Malaysia Sabah) 

 

Mutualistic and social efficiency of Italian cooperative banks: an empirical analysis

Luca Bagnoli, Department of Business Administration-University of Florence; Giacomo Manetti, Department of Business Administration University of Florence

 

Mythographic and Linguistic Evidence for Religious Giving among Graeco-Aryans during the Chalcolithic Age (c.3rd millennium BCE)

Marty Sulek, Indiana University 

 

National NGO:s monitoring international rights: Are there regime types in children’s rights?

Johan Vamstad, Ersta Skondal University College


Negotiating Forms for Dialogue and Emerging Social Enterprise Markets

Malin Gawell, Entrepreneurship and Small Business Research Insti

 

New Institutional Economics and the Lively Arts:  Exploratory Case Analyses

Charles Gray, University of St. Thomas

New Participatory Approaches to Local  Government Budgeting: Case Studies from Europe and South East Asia
Rosario Laratta (MEIJI UNIVERSITY, Governance School)
Takafumi Kanemura (Meiji University)


New Social Pathways: Voluntary associations for cooperation, development and international solidarity
Fabio Berti, University of Siena
Lorenzo Nasi,  University of Siena 
 

New Spaces for Civic Participation in Lithuania: opportunities for and interest in e-participation

Egle Butkeviciene, Kaunas University of Technology; Egle Vaidelyte, Kaunas University of Technology

 

NGOs and food security in Armenia and Georgia
Anna Jenderedjian, Faculty of Agriculture, Hohenheim University
Anne C. Bellows, Department Gender and Nutrition Institute for Social Sciences, Faculty of Agriculture

NGOs in managed social service and social policy: The Case of Hong Kong

Zhuoyi WEN, Department of Applied Social Studies, City University of Hong Kong

 

NGOs in managed social service and social policy: The Case of Hong Kong

Zhuoyi WEN, Department of Applied Social Studies, City University of Hong Kong

 

Non positivist Approaches to Research in the Third Sector: Empowered Policy-making

Megan Alessandrini, University of Tasmania


Nonprofit Managerialism and its Relatives - A Systematic Review

Florentine Maier, WU Vienna University of Economics and Business; Michael Meyer, University of Economics, Vienna; Martin Steinbereithner, WU Vienna University of Economics and Business

 

Nonprofit Organizations & Business Ventures: A Multicase Study Examining the Balance Between Social Mission & Business Goals
Yasanthi Perera, New Mexico State University
Judith Weisinger, New Mexico State University


Nonprofit Organizations and Social Capital in Community Disaster Management
Li-Wen Liu (Tunghai University)

 

Nonprofit Social Enterprise Activity: Risky Commercialization or Source of Growth?

Kate Cooney, Boston University

Nonprofit Social Media Policies: Managing Risk, Maximizing Opportunities

Jennifer Amanda Jones, University of San Diego

 

(Not)-for-Profit and Social Enterprise: Some Unintended Consequences of the Big Society?
Ciaran Connolly, Author
Martin Kelly, Queen's University Management School

 

Notes on the theory of associations

Cristina Puga, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

 

Off the Hook: How Geographical Moves Affect Giving and Volunteering

Rebecca Nesbit, University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Laurie Paarlberg, University of North Carolina Wilmington; Robert Christensen, University of Georgia; Richard Clerkin, North Carolina State University; Mary Tschirhart, North Carolina State University; Darlene Rodriguez, UNC-Greensboro

 

On becoming an UNESCO Associated School: Does it help to reduce problems of troubled youths?

Christine Pascale Pascale Seiger, Zurich University of Applied Psychology; Christoph Steinebach, Zurich Universiy of Applied Sciences

Opening the Blackbox:  Religious Participation as a Gateway to Community Engagement through Philanthropy and Volunteering

Mary Tschirhart, North Carolina State University; Laurie Paarlberg, University of North Carolina Wilmington; Richard Clerkin, North Carolina State University; Robert Christensen, University of Georgia; Darlene Rodriguez, UNC-Greensboro

 

Operationalizing a program adoption-based organizational sustainability and growth strategy: Actualizing a high impact organizational practice

Sid Frankel, University of Manitoba; Harvy Frankel, Faculty of Social Work, University of Manitoba

 

Organization Structure, Service Mix, and Member Satisfaction and Retention
Markus Gmuer, Verbandsmanagementinstitut (VMI)
Yvonne Ribi, SBK-ASI

 

Organizational and fundraising practice in matured nonprofit organizations

Luz Mairym Lopez-Rodriguez, N/A

 

Organizational Features, External Constraints and Institutional Capacity of Business Association: Evidence from China

Wei Wu, University of International Business and Economics

 

Outcome Measurement in the Third Sector: Moving from Program to the Front Lines

Lehn Benjamin, George Mason University

 

Participated Governance, Corporate and Labor Law and the Cost of

GIULIO ECCHIA, DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMICS, UNIVERSITY OF BOLOGNA


Participation of the Beneficiary in Non-Governmental Development Organizations:a case study in Vietnam

Fleur Mercelis, Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Lore Wellens, Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Marc Jegers, Vrije Universiteit Brussels

 

Pathways for improving non-profit boards

Pau Vidal, Observatori Tercer Sector

 

Patterns, motives, and obstacles toward giving in transition economies: the example of Kazakhstan

Aigerim R. Ibrayeva, KIMEP; Tamara G. Nezhina, Independent Sector


Philanthropic Foundations - Bringing a New Approach to Development?
Rik Habraken (CIDIN, Radboud University Nijmegen)  
Lau Schulpen (CIDIN, Radboud University Nijmegen)

 

Policy, Policy and Relations: Coverage of Social Marketing in the Mainstream Media

Michael Basil, University of Lethbridge

 

Policy, Politics and the Helping Relation in Employment Activation: A Community-based Model

Deena White, Université de Montréal (University of Montreal)


Politics of translation: impact of donor civil society policy on local NGO relationships
Markus Ketola

 

Political Opportunity Structures and Social Networks within the Local Context

Susanne Wallman Lundåsen, Institute for Civil Society Studies, Ersta Sköndal University College

 

Power and Collaborative Planning : WanBao Sustainable Communy  and Civic Environmentalism observation and reflection

Chen-Yi Wu, Real Estate and Built Environment, National Taipei University, New Taipei, Taiwan ROC; Chen-Jai Lee, National Taipei University

Practicing Rights and Obligations: Civil Society Organizations in Turkey

Didem Cakmakli, Koc University

Private company managers and employees and third sector organization members interacting: solid waste as a theme and a problem

Marcos Bidart de Novaes, Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie

 

Professionalism and the Third Sector

Joanne Blake, Cardiff University

 

Property Rights and the Nature of Nonprofit Supply

Claudio Balestri, MPS Foundation

 

Public funds as source of revenue for French nonprofit sector: assessments, evolutions and perspectives

Lionel Prouteau, Laboratoire d'économie et de Management de Nantes Atlantique (LEMNA); Viviane Tchernonog, CNRS/Université Paris Sorbonne

 

Public values of nonprofit organizations: Are they extension of public values promoted by government?

Triparna S. Vasavada, Pennsylvania State University; Jeremy Plant, Penn State University

 

Quality of Work in Finnish Third Sector

Petri Ruuskanen, University of Jyväskylä
Department of Social Sciences and Philosophy; Kristiina Selander, University of Jyväskylä; Timo Anttila, University of Jyväskylä

 

Re-evaluation of Overhead and Fundraising Efficiency Measures: The Role of Size, Age, and Subsector

Patrick Rooney, Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University; Thomas Pollak, Center on Nonprofits and Philanthropy, The Urban Institute; Michal Kramarek, The Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University; Hager Mark, Arizona State University

 

Regulating Diverse Civil Society and Nonprofit Organizations The Cases of Ecuador and Colombia

Susan Appe, University at Albany, SUNY


Regulation and foundations’ autonomy: the US pattern toward reform of Italian legal framework

Raffaella Rametta, LUISS Guido Carli University. Department of Law

 

Relationships among Entrepreneurial Orientation, Organizational Learning and Effectiveness in the Greek Nonprofit Sector

Christina Giannopoulou, Athens University of Economics and Business; Anthony Ioannidis, Athens University of Economics and Business
 

Religious Engagement in the Third Sector: A Christian and Islamic comparison in the Netherlands
Dr. Gurkan Celik
Iris Creemers
 

Rescue the Competitor? – Acceptance of Nonprofits’ Expenditures to Avoid a Nonprofit’s Closure

Stefan Ingerfurth, University of Mannheim, Department of Business Administration, Public & Nonprofit Management; Bernd Helmig, University of Mannheim


Resource Constraints or Cultural Conformity? Nonprofit Relationships with Businesses.

David Suarez, University of Southern California; Hokyu Hwang, University of New South Wales

Roles and sources for legitimacy of nonprofit organizations participating in community governance: analysis of a local cooperation network.

Ana Isabel Do Rego Felgueiras, Universidade da Coruña; Marta Rey Garcia, Universidade da Coruña; Luis Ignacio Alvarez Gonzalez, University of Oviedo


Roles of International NGOs for Gender Sensitive Relief Operation: Lessons from the East Japan Earthquake/Tsunami

Masako Tanaka, Bunkyo Gakuin University

 

"Rural Community Revitalization Social Enterprise” and social capital of rural community
Masanari Sakurai, Ritsumeikan University

 

Social accountability as an innovative frame in civic action: the case of Nossa São Paulo

Danielle Fiabane; Mário Aquino Alves, Fundação Getulio Vargas; Gabriela de Brelaz, Fundacao Getulio Vargas

 

Social added value for social cohesion of online and offline volunteering  The results of an action-research project in Tuscany

Andrea Volterrani, Università degli Studi di Roma Tor Vergata - Scuol; Alessio Ceccherelli, Università di Roma Tor Vergata; Angela Spinelli, Università di Roma Tor Vergata; Paola Tola, Università di Roma Tor Vergata


Social Banks: from the traditional activity to e-social banking
Antonio Ariza Montes (ETEA)
Carmen López-Martín (ETEA, Faculty of Business Administration–University of Cordoba, Spain)
Alfonso Carlos Morales Gutièrrez (ETEA)
Ana Lucia-Casademunt (ETEA, Faculty of Business Administration–University of Cordoba, Spain)

 

Social Business in Brazil

Graziella Maria Comini, FEA/USP - University of Sao Paulo; Rosa Maria Fischer, University of Sao Paulo; Fernando Assad, University of Sao Paulo

 

Social Capital and Child Health Status: Cross-Country Evidence

Kanako Yoshikawa, Osaka School of International Public PolicyOsaka University; Naoto Yamauchi, Osaka University School of International Public Policy

 

Social Capital in the Creation of Social Entrepreneurship

Matsunaga Yoshiho, Osaka University of Commerce

 

Social Change, Inequality and the Marketisation of Human Service Delivery: Implications for the Future of the Third Sector in Australia

Ed Carson, University of South Australia; Lorraine Kerr, Flinders University

 

Social Enterprise, localism and civic participation– a psychosocial perspective

Lynn Froggett, University of Central Lancashire

Social enterprise: challenge or opportunity for university nonprofit management programs.

Bronwen Dalton, University of Technology, Sydney; Jenny M. Green, University of Technology, Sydney; Melissa Edwards, University of Technology, Sydney

  

Social Enterprises in Brazil: the age of transition?

Rosa Maria Fischer, Universidade de São Paulo - Centro de Empreendedorismo Social e Administração em Terceiro Setor - CEATS, São Paulo, Brazil
Edileusa Godói-de-Sousa, Universidade Federal de Uberlândia - Faculdade de Gestão e Negócios, Minas Gerais, Brazil

 

Social Entrepreneurship as a contested institutional field: Understanding different meanings associated with social entrepreneurship

Hanna Schneider, Vienna University of Economics and Business; Florentine Maier, WU Vienna University of Economics and Business

 

„Social generosity to public benefit organizations in Poland – risks and opportunities”.
Krystyna Kietlinska, University of Lodz

 

Social Investment: A Conceptual Outline

Volker Then, Heidelberg University; Konstantin Kehl, Heidelberg University

 

Social Movements and Inclusionary Politics:  Challenges and Opportunities for the Third Sector

Samiul Hasan, United Arab Emirates University

 

Social Networks and Philanthropy: The impact of board network structures on nonprofit grant success

Lewis Faulk, American University; Jurgen Willems, Free University Brussels (Vrije Universiteit Bruss; Jasmine McGinnis, Georgia State University and Georgia Institute of Technology; Amanda Janis, American University, School of Public Affairs

 

Social ties and volunteering in later life: A mixed methods approach

Sarah Dury, Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Tine Buffel; Liesbeth De Donder, Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Nico De Witte, University College Ghent; Dominique Verte


Spatial determinants of the creation of worker cooperative societies
Millan Diaz Foncea (Universidad de Zaragoza)   
Carmen Marcuello Servas (Universidad de Zaragoza)

 

State-voluntary sector relations in public service delivery in the UK: the case of social care for older people

Jenny Harlock, University of Bath

 

Strategic Capacity Building: Theory, Method, and the Case of Faith Based Initiatives

Anthony Bertelli, University of Southern California; Dyana Mason, University of Southern California; Andrew Whitford, University of Georgia

 

Studying the participation of  non-state actors in policy-processes using qualitative social network analysis

Wolfgang Doerner, University of Siena, Italy


Success factors in creating a Nonprofit-Government social enterprise partnership - The case of YouthBuild Israel
Shlomit Shulov Barkan (School of Management, The college for Academic Studies)
Edna Bustin (YouthBuild, Israel)
Haya Ytzhaki (Bar Ilan Univesity)
 

Succession process in Social Enterprises in Brazil: challenges or opportunities?

Rosa Maria Fischer, Universidade de São Paulo - Centro de Empreendedorismo Social e Administração em Terceiro Setor - CEATS, São Paulo, Brazil
Edileusa Godói-de-Sousa, Universidade Federal de Uberlândia - Faculdade de Gestão e Negócios, Minas Gerais, Brazil

 

Supporting Social Entrepreneurs. The effects of organizational maturity and business model on perceived support needs

Peter Vandor, WU Vienna University of Economics and Business - Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation; Hinnerk Hansen, WU Vienna University of Economics and Business - Institute for Entrepreneurship and Innovation; Reinhard Millner, WU Vienna University of Economics and Business – Nonprofit Management Group

 

Tax Incentives to Corporations’ Donations on Non-Profit Organizations in Korea: Is the Deduction Limit Effective?

Wonik Son, Korea Institute of Public Finance

 

Teaching and Learning about Nonprofit Organizations from a Global Perspective:  A Case Study of Kennesaw State University

Jennifer A Wade-Berg, Kennesaw State University; Ardith A. Peters, Kennesaw State University; Anne Hicks-Coolick, Kennesaw State University

 

Territorial co-construction’s role and place of Third Sector in France.

Emmanuel Bioteau, CARTA- UMR ESO; Sebastien Fleuret, CNRS/UMR 6590 Espaces géographiques et sociétés; Pascal Glemain, Ecole Supérieure des Sciences Commerciales d'Angers(ESSCA)

 

Testing the Validity of Expert-Assessment Based Measurements of Civil Society

Yevgenya Jenny Paturyan, American University of Armenia


The ‘service social-benefit chain’ of a UK food cooperative.

John Reed, Liverpool John Moores University


The Accountability of Market-Oriented Development Organizations

Aline Wachner, Zeppelin University

 

The Brazilian government organizations and their relationship with the State: a promising or interested partnership?

William dos Santos Melo (Getulio Vargas Foundation)  
Jonathan Félix (Getulio Vargas Foundation)  
Rodrigo Nippes (Getulio Vargas Foundation)  
Guilherme Marques (Getulio Vargas Foundation)

 

The Change of Engagement Practices in Estonian Policymaking: Convergent Perceptions of Public Officials and Stakeholders.

Maiu Uus, PRAXIS Centre for Policy Studies

 

The collective interview

Gesa Dr. Birnkraut, university of pllied sciences osnabrueck

 

The complexities of board dynamics of non profit organisations and the engagement of financial management.
Adele Johns, University South Australia
Bruce Gurd, University of South Australia

 

The contribution of the Brazilian third sector for democratization of public policy

Luiz Carlos Merege, IATS - Institute for third Sector Management

 

The convergence process in the Social European Union: A critical review

Emma Juaneda Ayensa, University of La Rioja

 

The Cooperative Firm: Coordination and Motivation. An analysis from the economic theory of the firm and the social economy.

Pablo Nachar, Universidad de Zaragoza; Carmen Marcuello Servós, Universidad de Zaragoza


The Development of Social Enterprise of an Indigenous Village in Taiwan: intertwined with social policy, culture and social capital
Lu-Yi Hsieh (Department of Social Work, Chang Jung Christian Un)

 

The Evolution of Research on Philanthropy and Nonprofit Organizations as an Intellectual Field: An Analysis of Leading Journals

Elizabeth A. Graddy, University of Southern California; James M. Ferris, University of Southern California; Yu Jean Sohn, Philanthropy

 

The Giving University and its Pedagogy

Antonio Sama, CCCU; Elizabeth Hooult, Faculty of Education, CCCU

 

The governance of cross-sector partnerships involving third sector organizations

Chris Cornforth, Open University; Siv Vangen, Open University; John Paul Hayes, Open University

 

The HUB Experience and Social Innovation in Sicily: The Third Sector and its Role in Democratizing the Economy

Maria Olivella Rizza, University of Catania

 

The impact of new media on China’s philanthropy: A case study of "Free Lunch for Children” project

Qihai Cai, Chinese University of Hong Kong

 

The impact of third sector based social entrepreneurship on socio-economic structures

Lars Hulgård, Roskilde University; Guadalupe Palacios, Faculty of Economics of Universidad Michoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo

 

The Implications of Understanding Voluntary Involvement in the Management of Finnish Trade Unions

Mikko Laamanen, Hanken School of Economics

 

The importance of changes in organizational form for the role of the voluntary sector in Scandinavia

Per Selle, University of Bergen; Åsta Dyrnes Nordø, Centre for Research on Civil Society and Voluntary Sector; Kristin Strømsnes, University of Bergen; Dag Wollebæk, University of Bergen


The importance of context: relocalisation and the Transition network

Clare Power, University of Western Sydney


The importance of trust in environmental organisations for promoting environmental action in civil society.

Rosemary Leonard, University of Western Sydney; Zoe Leviston, CSIRO

 

The INGO-Grassroot NGO partnership in China: The Oxfam case

Min-Hsiu Chiang, Center for the Third Sector; Cheng-Chung Wu, National Chengchi University


The involvement of beneficiaries in the governance of Belgian nonprofit organizations:

Lore Wellens, Vrije Universiteit Brussel; Marc Jegers, Vrije Universiteit Brussels

 

The Management and Organizational Framework of the Third Sector in the Algerian Society (A case study of the religious Waqf (endowment) Institution)

Fateh Tebani, Ferhat Abbes University of Setif.; abdeslam hetatache, farhat abbas university of setif, algeria

 

The marketing orientation of Australian non–profit SMEs: exploratory findings

Simon Wilde, Southern Cross Business School, Southern Cross University; Kate Neale, Southern Cross Business School, Southern Cross University; Patrick Gillett, Southern Cross University

 

The meaning of the nonprofit sector: insights from classical institutionalism

Vladislav Valentinov, Liebniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Central and Eastern Europe


The Metaphor of Micro-Loans:  Expanding Movements of Critical Citizenship through Training Initiatives to Build Micro-Networks of Knowledge

David K. Truscello, Community College of Baltimore County


The organisational impact of European Union funding on third sector organisations
Hans Schlappa (University of Hertfordshire Business School)

 

The process of marketisation in home care and its consequence on welfare mix: a comparative analysis

Marthe Nyssens, Universite Catholique de Louvain; Sara - Picchi, fondazione brodolini; annamaria - Simonnazzi, Università degli Studi di Roma "La Sapienza"

 

The Revolution in Egypt: A Civil Society in Transformation

Moustafa Khalil, Center for Development Services

 

The Role of Rural Local Organisations in the Sustainability of Watershe Development Programmes

Devulacheruvu Venkatanarasappa Gopalappa, University of Mysore

 

The Role of the Cellarer – What Can the Corporate World Learn from a Benedictine Abbey’s CFO?
Martin RW Hiebl, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Institute for Con
Birgit Feldbauer-Durstmüller, Johannes Kepler University Linz, Institute for Controlling and Consulting

 

The Russian third sector and the prospects of democratization

Lev Jakobson, National Research  University Higher School of Economics (Moscow)

 

 

The Social Relations of Philanthropy: Patterns of Exchange among Major Donors and Recipients in Austria

Reinhard Millner, WU Vienna University of Economics and Business – Nonprofit Management Group

 

The Socio-Cultural Report of the Chigiana Music Academy of Siena
Michela Magliacani - University of Siena
Maria Giorigino - University of Siena

 

The Spectrum of Motivations and Expectations in Development Cooperation – Experiences of Volunteers to Technical Advisors

Pamela White, University of Helsinki


The Third Sector and Social Housing in Italy: case study of a profit and non-profit public private partnership.

Adriano Propersi, Catholic University of Milan; Giuseppe Mastrilli, Politecnico di Milano, Dipartimento BEST; Selin Gundes-Gressel

 

The third sector paradox in democratic network governance

Silvia Ferreira

 

The Transition from Participant to Leader in Surf Life Saving: a Process of Self-verification

Patrick Gillett, Southern Cross University; Simon Wilde, Southern Cross Business School, Southern Cross University

 

The values and the value of money: hypothesis to commensurate the impact of  social projects

Eloisa Helena De Souza Cabral, Fundacao Armando Alvares Penteado (FAAP); Paulo de Tarso Muzy, Fundacao Armando Alvares Penteado (FAAP)

 

The Weakness of Civil Society in Ukraine: A Mechanism-Based Explanation

Kseniia Gatskova, Osteuropa-Institut Regensburg; Maxim Gatskov, Bavarian Academic Center for Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe (BAYHOST)

 

Theoretical model of NPO´s public funding according of the reason of their funding
Zuzana Prouzova, Masaryk University

 

Theorizing social entrepreneur networks
Andrew Brady, Anglia Ruskin University
Helen Haugh, Judge Business School, University of Cambridge

 

Theorizing the Roles of NGOs in peace and development: liberal myth or route to emancipation?
Max O. Stephenson, Jr., Virginia Tech
Laura Zanotti, Department of Political Science Virginia Tech

 

Third Sector multilevel organizations and social capital: indication from a quantitative research in Italy

Lucia Boccacin, Universitá Cattolica del S. Cuore

 

Third sector organisations in hypercomplex societies: a systems-theoretical approach to the third sector

Silvia Ferreira

 

Third sector social policy research in Australia: new actors, new politics?

Ruth Phillips, University of Sydney; Susan Goodwin, The University of Sydney

 

To be a Volunteer or not to be a Volunteer. An exploratory study of concepts and frameworks and definitions of volunteering in South Africa
Bev Russell, Social Surveys Africa

 

To Pass the Baton. Succession strategies of Italian Nonprofit Leaders
Andrea Bassi, University of Bologna

 

Towards an understanding of third sector modernization
Jeremy Kendall, University of Kent

 

Towards Fundraising Excellence in Museums - Linking Governance with Performance

Diana Betzler, ZHAW Zürcher Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften, School of Management; Markus Gmuer, Verbandsmanagementinstitut (VMI)

 

Towards Professionalism – Evidence of NPOs’ Organization Development Projects

Katalin Dobrai, University of Pecs; Ferenc Farkas, University of Pecs

 

Transformations within civil society: The consequences of managerialism

Georg von Schnurbein, University of Basel

 

Transforming an African state: The power and limits of social movements in counter-hegemonic constitutional reform struggles in Kenya (1990-2010)
Jacob M. Mati, University of the Witwatersrand

 

Translating Public Policy: Enhancing the Applicability of Social Impact Techniques for Grassroots Community Groups.

Melissa Edwards, University of Technology, Sydney; Nina Burridge; Hilary Yerbury, University of Technology Sydney

 

Transnational networks of religious volunteers

Nancy Kinney, University of Missouri - St. Louis

 

Transplanted Philanthropy: Why African Community Foundations Cannot Bloom Where They Have Been Planted

Christiana Atibil, The Center on Philanthropy at IU


Trends in Community Based Philanthropy—United Way of America Funding Across Time and Place

Laurie Paarlberg, University of North Carolina Wilmington; Stephen Meinhold, University of North Carolina Wilmington

 

Two Models of Civil Society and Democracy

Pertti Lappalainen, Dept of phil and sos sci, University of Jyväskylä

 

Understanding diffuse stakeholder expectations for managing legitimacy. A (re-)construction of stakeholders’ conceptions of the public value(s) of Austrian Federal museums

Monika Knassmueller, WU Vienna; Dennis Jancsary, WU Vienna

 

Understanding the Conceptualization of Corporate Social Irresponsibility on Sport Organizations

Jer San Hu, Fu Jen Catholic University (Taiwan); Chien Hsien Lee, Graduate Institute of Business Administration, Fu-Jen Catholic University, Taiwan; Haw Ran Wong, Graduate Institute of Business Administration, Fu-Jen Catholic University, Taiwan; Tzuyi Kao, Graduate Institute of Business Administration, Fu-Jen Catholic University, Taiwan

 

Understanding the Hybridization of Social Good Provision: Emerging Legal Forms in the US Case
Stefan Toepler, George Mason University

 

Understanding the nonprofit "market"
William Brown, Texas A&M University

 

UNV's 2011 State of the World's Volunteerism Report: Universal Values for Global Well-Being

Mae Chao, United Nations Volunteers (UNV) Programme; Robert Leigh, United Nations Volunteers

 

Unwelcome Change: A Case Study of East African Nongovernmental Organizations (NGOs) and their Embrace of Social Entrepreneurship as a Social Development Model
Kinoti Meme, Regis University

 

Values and public space in the impact evaluation of World Heritage: an inventory of values

Eloisa Helena De Souza Cabral, Fundacao Armando Alvares Penteado (FAAP); Luis Antonio Eguinoa, Fundacao Clovis Salgado; Paulo de Tarso Muzy, Fundacao Armando Alvares Penteado (FAAP)

 

Values based mission versus for-profit business models:  CEO perspectives from Australian charities.

Rosemary Hermans, Swinburne University of Technology

 

Valuing Social Returns on Social Investments: Comparing the State-of-the-Art in the US and Europe
Michael Moody, Johnson Center for Philanthropy Grand Valley State University
Laura Littlepage, Indiana University

 

Voluntary Support Network for the Elderly Foreigner:A New Movement of Korean Old Comers in Kyoto (Japan)
Wataru Ozawa, Ritsumeikan University; Yukifumi Makita, Fukuyama City University; Koichi Higuchi, Ritsumeikan University; Kuniko Ishikawa, Osaka-Ningen-Kagaku University; Hiroko Yamada, Doshisha University; Martha Mensendiek, Doshisha University; Eiji Ogawa, Ritsumeikan University; Hiroshi Kato, Ryukoku Univertisy

Volunteer management in palliative care in the UK: Current practices, challenges and opportunities for development.

Matthew Hill, Institute for Volunteering Research; Amanda Wilmot, Institute for Volunteering Research; Sara Morris, International Observatory on End of Life Care, Lancaster University; Sheila Payne, International Observatory on End of Life Care, Lancaster University

 

Volunteering with Vitality: Lifelong Skill Usage and Learning

Suzanne L. Cook, Baycrest

 

What are social problems? – Clarifications on a central criterion of Third Sector Organizations
Björn Schmitz, University of Heidelberg - Centre for Social Investment

 

What facilitates community based development in transitional countries?

Vasyl Kvartiuk, Leibniz Institute of Agricultural Development in Central and Eastern Europe (IAMO)

 

What's in a Name? The meaning of 'Hybrid' in housing organisations in Ireland

Mary Lee Rhodes, Trinity College Dublin; Gemma Donnelly-Cox, Trinity College

 

What Should Social Investors Invest In, and With Whom?
Richard Steinberg, IUPUI

 

When too much is not enough: Severe and systematic human rights abuses against transmigrants in Mexico and low levels of transnational shaming

Olga Aikin, Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Occidente

 

Where civil society flirts with the market: designing a corporate volunteer program

Lucas Meijs, Erasmus University Rotterdam; Lesley Hustinx, Universiteit Gent; Lonneke Roza, RSM Erasmus University & Erasmus Centre for Strategic Philanthropy

 

Who and Why People Support the Minority Community-Based Organizations in USA?  - Examining the Burmese Refugees Indigenous Organizations in Indiana

Lijun He, Center on Philanthropy, Indiana University

 

Who Gives to Associations and Why?

Lili Wang, Arizona State University; Robert F. Ashcraft, Arizona State University

 

Women’s involvement in multiple-stakeholders dynamics.  A conceptual discussion.

Florence Degavre, CERISIS-UCL; Anna Safuta, CIRTES, Université Catholique de Louvain, Belgium



Work Integration Social Enterprises in Greece: Goals and resources
Sofia Adam, (Democritus University of Thrace)

 

Yours, Mine, and Ours: Optimizing Third Sector Intellectual Property through Franchising

elizabeth spencer, bond university

 

Youth Volunteer Exchange Programmes in Southern and Eastern Africa: Models and Effects

Jacob M. Mati, University of the Witwatersrand

 

Youth Volunteering and Youth Development: Mapping Participation of Youth in the  National Service Volunteers Scheme

Archna Kumar, Delhi University; Swati Aggarwal, Research Scholar Department of Development Communication & Extension Lady Irwin College, University of Delhi; Raina Aggarwal, Research Scholar Department of Development Communication & Extension Lady Irwin College, University of Delhi; Chander Shekhar Pran, Director Programmes NYKS; Mridula Seth

 

 

 

 

Abstracts - Panels


Between Citizens and the State: Mediation for Democracy

Papers:

Parallel Power in Rio de Janeiro: Armed actors and mediation between citizens and the state
Joanna Wheeler, Institute of Development Studies 

Mediation or Leadership? The Politics of Representation in the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC)'s lobbying for Health Policy Reform in South Africa
Laurence Piper, University of the Western Cape 

The politics of mediation and citizen participation in the global South
Bettina von Lieres, University of Toronto 

Continuing with this theme of mediation in policy issues
Deepta Chopra, Institute of Development Studies
University of Sussex

 


Change in Egypt and the Role of the Academy

Papers:

The Role of Reflection in Youth Civic Engagement
Amy Rowe, The American University in Cairo 

Ideas in Action: The ‘Absent Presence’ of Intellectuals in the Egyptian Youth Revolution
Helen Mesard, University of Virginia and the John D. Gerhart Center for Philanthropy and Civic Engagement 

Youth and the 25th Revolution in Egypt: Agents of Change and its Multiple Meanings
Dina El- Sharnouby, The American University in Cairo



Civil Society and the State in Chinese Societies: Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan

Papers:

Trusting Civil Society in the Chinese Context
Kin-man Chan, The Chinese University of Hong Kong; Zhu Jiangang, Zhongshan (Sun Yat-sen) University; Min-hsiu Jiang, National Chengchi University 

Mobilization by Civil Society and the Politics of Social Policy Development in Hong Kong
Eliza W.Y. Lee, The University of Hong Kong 

Group Identity and Civil Society Development in China
Fengshi Wu, Chinese University of Hong Kong 

CivilSociety Divided or United? The tug-of-war over "National Education” inPost-1997 Hong Kong
Thomas TSE, Faculty of Education, CUHK,Hong Kong

 

Civil society and competing concepts: European varieties of academic, public and political discourses

Papers:

Civil Society and Political Discourse in the United Kingdom
Pete Alcock, University of Birmingham 

Civil society and varieties of academic, public and political discourses in Croatia
Gojko Bezovan, University of Zagreb 

Civil society as Political Idea and Academic Concept: The Case of Sweden
Lars Trägårdh, Ersta Sköndal University College

 Civil Society and Public Discourse in Poland

Marek Rymsza, Institute of Applied Social Sciences, University of Warsaw


 

Facilitating active citizenship: what role for the third sector?

Papers:

Active citizenship and the third sector: context matters
Susan Kenny, Deakin University 

Active Citizenship and the emergence of networks
Jenny Onyx, University of Technology, Sydney 

Rebalancing the relationship between citizen and state
Marilyn E. Taylor, University of the West of England 

Narratives of active citizenship: how people become and stay involved in different types of participation over their lifetime
Ellie Brodie, NCVO, The National Council for Voluntary Organisations


 

From Clients to Citizens? Citizenship and Democratization in Weak States

Papers:

Clients and Citizens: On Citizenship in India’s Patronage Democracy
Ward Berenschot, Royal Netherlands Institute of Southeast Asian and Caribbean Studies (KITLV) 

The Bittersweet taste of democracy: citizenship, trust and "community organizations” in Bali
Lee Wilson, University of Cambridge 

From Excluded Others to Political Subjects: the political struggle of Israeli civil society actors for non-Jewish migrants and refugees
Barak Kalir, University of Amsterdam 

Post-dictatorships and the negotiation of citizenship in Southeast Asia
Laurens Bakker, Radboud University Nijmegen


L’économie solidaire comme ancrage d’innovations sociales dans le développement des communautés

Papers:

Des actions particulières pour un enjeu global
Pierre-Andre Tremblay, Universite du Quebec a Chicoutimi 

Les ancrages territoriaux de l’action collective des organismes du tiers secteur : réflexions à partir de l’exemple québécois
Jacques Caillouette, Universite de Sherbrooke

Intervention de quartier : enjeu de l’interface entre organismes du tiers secteur et services publics
Chantal Dore, Universite de Sherbrooke

 De « faire un projet » à « être en projet »
Annie Marchand, Universite de Sherbrooke



Philanthropy, Civil Society and Democracy in German History

Papers:

"Civil Society and International Philanthropy in the Weimar Republic: The Deutsche Hochschule für Politik and American Philanthropic Foundations.”
Peter Christian Weber, Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University 

"‘America’ as an Argument. Reform Concepts for Academic Foundations and the Promotion of Democracy in the Federal Republic of Germany
Arnd Bauerkämper, Freie Universität Berlin 

"Student Giving, Solidarity, and Civil Society in Communist East Germany”
Gregory Witkowski, Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University



The emerging system of development cooperation in the South: new ideas and interventions?

Papers:

Nationalization and mergers of international CSOs in Brazil: the case of the ABRINQ / Save the Children Foundation
Patricia Mendonca, Centro Universitário FEI and Fundacao Getulio Vargas; Rui Mesquita Cordeiro, FGV-SP 

Once recipients, now donors: Brazilian multinationals and international corporate philanthropy
Fernando Nogueira, Fundação Getúlio Vargas - São Paulo; José Eduardo Breda Júnior, ESPM - Escola Superior de Propaganda e Marketing; Loic Okretic, ESPM - Escola Superior de Propaganda e Marketing; Otávio Carvalho, ESPM - Escola Superior de Propaganda e Marketing 

Internationalization Strategies of NGOS: a Multi-Method Study
Fernando Ruiz



Web 2.0., civil society organization and mobilization

Papers:

Civil society online? Voluntary organizations` online representation
Ivar Eimhjellen, The Rokkan Centre for Social Research 

Civil society organizations governance and the Internet
Philippe Eynaud, IAE de Paris, Université Panthéon Sorbonne 

Civic and political mobilization through social media
Bernard Enjolras, Institute for Social Research; Kari Steen-Johnsen, Institute for Social Research; Dag Wollebaek, University of Bergen 

Rethinking ‘Civil Society’ via the Sociology of Flows. Crowdfunding as Spaces of Alternative Ordering?
Laurent Marti, Research Institute for Organizational Psychology U; Pascal Dey, University of St.Gallen



When communication encounters social responsibility

Papers:

"Common good” and partecipative democracy.
Mario Morcellini, Department of Communication and Social Research 

Third Sector and new models of participation
Mario Morcellini, Department of Communication and Social Research 

Radical media: examples of newsmaking in social communication
Mario Morcellini, Department of Communication and Social Research 

The role of third sector in building a new social communication
Mario Morcellini, Department of Communication and Social Research



Applications of Civic Driven Change

Papers:

Applying the CDC lenses to look at ACORD – A Practitioner’s Reflection
Ousainou Ngum, ACORD – The Agency for Co-operation & Research in Development 

Understanding Civic Awareness and Action in Malawi through a Civic Driven Change (CDC) Lens
Chiku Malunga, CADECO 

The indigenous paradigm of ‘Vivir Bien’ and Civic Driven Change
Daniela Sanchez Lopex, UNDP



Innovations in relationship between non-profit sector and for-profit sector

Papers:

A social subsidiary weaving factory
Giorgio Fiorentini, Università Bocconi; Francesca Calo, Università Bocconi 

Innovation in the partnership between firms and not for profit organizations or social enterprises: best practices
Federica Bandini, Bocconi University; Alessia Anzivino, SDA Bocconi 

Social Entrepreneurship as a Cure for Global Disease - A China Perspective
Li Xiaosong, CIBE, Bejiing; Li Yuan, CIBE, Bejiing; Marta Caccamo, CIBE, Bejiing; Stephan Rothlin, CIBE, Bejiing 

Innovative relationships between social enterprises and the for-profit enterprises: Progetto De Medici
Andrea Ripamonti, Spazio Aperto



Re-Evolution.  Patterns and Multiculturality in the End of Life Care in the Mediterranean: Italy, the Balkans and the Middle East.

Papers:

Palliative Care in The Middle East: Lebanon and the Palestinian Authority (Dr. Omar Bortolazzi)
Omar Bortolazzi, University of Bologna 

Multicultural End of Life Care: An Overview of Italian Hospices (Deborah Bolognesi)
Deborah Bolognesi, PHASI Research Centre on Philanthropy and Social  

Palliative Care in the Ex-Jugoslavian Countries: Myth or Reality (Aleksandra Georgievska)
Aleksandra Georgievska, PHaSI - Philanthropy and Social Innovation Research Centre, Bologna, Italy



Social partnerships in Europe: approaches and research

Papers:

Social Partnerships in Europe: Approaches and Research (Ireland)
Fred W. Powell, National University of Ireland, Cork 

The Challenge of Social Partnerships in the services to the persons:   the Italian case
Giovanna Rossi, Universita Cattolica del S. Cuore

Programmatic vs Process Outcomes in Cross Sector Social Partnerships. Evidence from the UK context
Maria May Seitanidi, Hull University Business School



Theoretical Grounding of Civic Driven Change

Papers:

Civic Driven Change and New Domains for Civic Energy
Alan F. Fowler, Institute of Social Studies, Erasmus University, T; Kees Biekart, Institute of Social Studies (ISS) 

Exploring the Civic Energy of Market-based Actors
Kees Biekart, Institute of Social Studies (ISS); Peter Knorringa, Institute of Social Studies



Aprendizajes, evidencia y acciones: transformando las organizaciones de la sociedad civil en el camino a una cultura de transparencia y rendición de cuentas

Papers:

La autorregulación como mecanismo de rendición de cuentas de la sociedad civil: experiencias y enseñanzas de seis países de América Latina
Anabel Cruz, Instituto de Comunicacion y Desarrollo (ICD) 

Situación de la Transparencia y Rendición de Cuentas en las Organizaciones No Gubernamentales (ONG) del Ecuador
Daniel Barragán, Centro Ecuatoriano de Derecho Ambiental (CEDA) 

Una única meta: diversos caminos. Aprendizajes de la implementación de estándares de transparencia y rendición de cuentas en organizaciones sin fines de lucro en Chile
Analía Bettoni, ICD / National Association of NGOs 

Políticas de transparencia en México: Nuevos retos para las organizaciones no lucrativas
Lorena Cortes, Centro Mexicano para la Filantropia



Charity Accounting, Reporting, and Regulation: (1) Emergent Issues from Jurisdictions with New Charity Regulators

Papers:

The Disclosure Panacea?: From ASB to the Charities Act 2009 –  An Irish perspective on Charity Reporting
Oonagh Breen, University College Dublin 

Light-handed charity regulation: its effect on reporting practice in New Zealand
Carolyn Cordery, Victoria University of Wellington 

Do accounting regulators listen to their charitable stakeholders?
Rowena Sinclair, Auckland University of Technology 

Reporting Outcomes and Public Benefit: Assessing the needs of funders and commissioning authorities in four jurisdictions
Tobias Jung, Cass Business School



Charity Accounting, Reporting, and Regulation: (2) Reporting of Non-Financial Impact in Established Charity Regimes

Papers:

Conversion Ratios, Efficiency and Obfuscation: A Study of the Impact of Changed Charity Accounting Requirements on External Stakeholders
Ciaran Connolly, Author; Noel Hyndman, Queens University Belfast 

Mandatory Public Benefit Reporting as a basis for Charity Accountability: Findings from England & Wales
Gareth G Morgan, Sheffield Hallam University 

Shining Light on Charities, or Looking in the Wrong Place? The New Regulation-by-Transparency in Canada’s Charitable Sector
Susan D. Phillips, Carleton University

 

Gestión Social como un paradigma emergente en la América Latina y posibilidad de expandir la Esfera Pública

Papers:

Building up a new paradigm for Social Management: Integrative Methodologies as tools for transformative action and education
Valéria Giannella Alves, Federal University of Ceará - Campus Cariri
Vivina Machado, Via Vida - Organizational Development

Social Management and Coproduction of Public Good: conceptual and methodological challenges in educational experiences in Brazil
Paula Chies Schommer, UDESC - ESAG
Rosana de Freitas Boullosa, Federal University of Bahia (UFBA)/ Escola de administração

Gestión Social en lo Tercer Sector: ambigüedades, ambivalencias y retos para innovar en las prácticas
Edgilson Tavares de Tavares de Araujo, Pontifical Catholic University of Sao Paulo / Catholic University Portuguese - Lisbon


Global agenda setting and grassroots representation in NGOs and social movements

Papers:

NGOs, social movements and representation in Ecuadorian water management
Jaime Hoogesteger, Irrigation and Water Engineering Group, Wageningen University and Centre of Latin American Studies and Documentation, Amsterdam 

Within the aftermath of conflict: Representation and claim making of Peruvian victims
Mijke Waardt, de, CEDLA 

Political change in Myanmar, diversified agendas, and contested representation by Burmese NGOs
Maaike Benders 

Learning how things operate: Funding flows and NGO reformism in South African civil society
Natascha Mueller-Hirth, Compromise after Conflict, Department of Sociology, University of Aberdeen



Making Sense of Performance Measurement in the Nonprofit Sector

Papers:

Evaluation Logics in the Nonprofit Sector
Matthew Hall, Accounting, London School of Economics 

Measuring Missions: The Distribution of Discourse on Evaluation for the Nonprofit Sector
Karina Kloos, Sociology, Stanford University; Achim Oberg, Mannheim University; J. Carrie Oelberger, Stanford University; Walter W. Powell, Stanford University 

Of Love and Lucre: Performance Measurement for Nonprofits and Social Enterprises
Emily Barman, Boston University

Towards a Theory of Social Performance
Alnoor S. Ebrahim, Harvard University



Outcomes-Based Accountability: Are We There Yet?

Papers:

Dig Deeper- Reframing Perspectives of Accountability
Suzanne Grant, University of Waikato 

Outcome Measurement in the Third Sector: Moving from Program to the Front Lines
Lehn Benjamin, George Mason University 

All Giving is Local: Outcomes-Based Practices in Community Foundations
Alicia Schatteman, Northern Illinois University



NGOs and Gender Integration: The Focus on Gender in the Development Work

Papers:

"We don’t need another hero”: A cautionary tale on the dilemma of engaging with men in anti-violence against women initiatives in Afghanistan, East Timor and Pakistan
Joyce Wu, Australian National University 

The Challenges of Mainstreaming Gender in International Development Work: some lessons from Australian NGOs.
Patrick Kilby, Australian National University; Joanne Crawford, Australian National University 

The Impact of Watershed Development and Local Governance on Women’s Empowerment in Rural India
Jennifer Hughes, DePaul University; Ronald Fernandes, DePaul University



The Challenges of Innovation, Management and Success in a Global Context

Papers:

NGO Mission Success: The Field Office Perspective
Patsy kraeger, Arizona State University 

Human Resource Management in German Nonprofits –are Strategies missing?
Marlene Walk, University of Pennsylvania; Femida Handy, University of Pennsylvania; Heike Schinnenburg, Osnabrueck University 

Reversing the perspective: NGOs Management as a Matter of Social Innovation
Mihai Lisetchi, The Agency for Information and Development of NGOs; Nicolae Bibu, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration (FEAA), West University; Marian Nastase, Bucharest Academy of Economic Studies



"Rethinking education for civil society leaders:  Regional perspectives on where we are and where we are going

Papers:

University-Based Nonprofit Education Programs in China: An Overview and Assessment
Chao Guo, Arizona State University; Zhibin Zhang, Nanyang Technological University 

Nonprofit Management Education: Northern European and Nordic Perspectives
Johan Hvenmark, Ersta Skondal University College; Ola Segnestam Segnestam Larsson, Ersta Skondal University College 

From  general  issues  to field analysis: The specialization  of educational  programs  in Southern Europe with  a specific focus ion  Italy
Giuliana Gemelli, University of Bologna 

University-Based Education Programs in Nonprofit and Philanthropic Studies: Programs in the United States
Roseanne M. Mirabella, Seton Hall University



Charity and social redistribution: quantitative and qualitative perspectives

Papers:

The idea of "charity deserts": evidence from quantitative and qualitative research in England
John Mohan, Third Sector Research centre,; Rose Lindsey, University of Southampton 

Charitable Giving, Everyday Morality and A Critique of Bourdieusian Theory: An Investigation into Disinterested Judgements, Moral Concerns and Reflexivity in the UK
Balihar Sanghera, University of Kent 

The Effect of Social Background on the Distribution of Corporate Donations
Matthew Bond, London South Bank University 

The role of need in the selection of charitable beneficiaries
Beth Breeze, University of Kent


Community Philanthropy and the "Arab Spring" in Egypt

Papers:

Egypt’s community foundations in perspective: Vanguards of democratic transition and consolidation?
Catherine Herrold, Duke University 

From Maadi to Tahrir Square: Waqfeyat al Maadi Community Foundation walked the road for Egypt’s liberty, development and social justice
Marwa A. El Daly, Maadi Community Foundation - Waqfeyat al Maadi al Ahleya 

Bedouin voice in the 'new Egypt':  Participation and representation in South Sinai - a case study
Hilary Gilbert, University of Nottingham



Corporate Philanthropic Activity and Economic Performance

Papers:

Why do companies engage in philanthropy? Evidence from Germany
Sarah Borgloh, Centre for European Economic Research (ZEW) 

Corporate Social Responsibility, Corporate Philanthropy, and Economic Performance
Rene Bekkers, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam 

Why do companies engage in philanthropy? Evidence from the Netherlands
Theo Schuyt, VU University Amsterdam; Dick de Gilder, VU University Amsterdam


Cross-national philanthropy: Trans-pacific perspectives

Papers:

Chinese-Australian Diaspora Philanthropy
Christopher Baker, Asia-Pacific Centre for Social Investment & Philanthropy 

The New Philanthropy and the International Aid Architecture
Michael Moran, Swinburne University of Technology 

Leadership and Gender: An Empirical Study of Giving and Volunteering by Lions Clubs International Members in 14 Countries
Debra Mesch, Indiana University - Purdue University; Una Okonkwo Osili, IUPUI; Xiaonan Kou, The Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University; Amir Daniel Hayat, The Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University



Giving Europe: Research Questions, Theories, and Methodology

Papers:

Defining European Philanthropy
Theo Schuyt, VU University Amsterdam 

Giving in Evidence: Lessons Learnt
Barbara Gouwenberg, VU University Amsterdam 

Measuring the socioeconomic impact of philanthropic foundations: the methodology of the Institute for Strategic Analysis of Foundations (INAEF)
Ana Isabel Do Rego Felgueiras, Universidade da Coruña; Marta Rey Garcia, Universidade da Coruna; Luis Ignacio Alvarez Gonzalez, University of Oviedo 

Challenges for Comparative Research on Philanthropy in Europe
Rene Bekkers, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam



National Campaigns for Charitable Causes: An International Perspective

Papers:

National Giving Campaigns in the United States: Empathy, Entertainment, and the National Peer Group
Deborah Philbrick, DePaul University School of Public Service; Christopher J. Einolf, DePaul University; Kelly Slay, DePaul University School of Public Service 

Nonprofits between the State, the Church and emerging civil society: the evolution of national campaigns in Spain
Ana Isabel Do Rego Felgueiras, Universidade da Coruña; Marta Rey Garcia, Universidade da Coruna; Luis Ignacio Alvarez Gonzalez, University of Oviedo; Ricard Valls-Riera, Zohar Consultoria & Marketing Social 

A part of the problem or the solution? Charitable giving in the Swedish welfare state
Johan Vamstad, Ersta Skondal University College; Johan von Essen, Ersta Sköndal Högskola / Uppsala University 

Picturing Generosity. Factors of success and failure of national campaigns in the Netherlands
Pamala Wiepking, Department of Sociologie & Erasmus Centre for Strategic PhilanthropyErasmus University Rotterdam; Marco H.D. van Leeuwen, Department of Sociology/ICS and International Institute of Social History



Panel: Visions and Forms of Philanthropy: A Historical Perspective

Papers:

Multiple Meanings and Concepts of Philanthropy
Rupert Graf Strachwitz, Maecenata Institute 

Profit and Philanthropy: Shareholder Companies as Philanthropic Institutions in Nineteenth-Century Germany
Thomas Adam, The University of Texas at Arlington 

Class and Cultures of Philanthropy in the United States
Kathleen D. McCarthy, The Graduate Center, CUNY



Philanthropy in Transition: A Scan of Philanthropic Practices in Egypt, Libya and Tunisia

Papers:

Revisiting Resource Mobilization Theory (RMT) and New Social Movement (NSM) Theory:  A Comparative Scan of Philanthropy in Egypt and Libya in the Arab Spring
Sherine El Taraboulsi, John D. Gerhart Center for Philanthropy and Civic

 Philanthropic Foundations in Post-Revolution Egypt: Impacts on Democratic Transition and Consolidation

Catherine Herrold, Duke University 

Egypt in Transition: A Scan of Philanthropic Practices Post January 25, 2011
Mahi Khallaf, CIVICUS 

: Tunisia in Transition: A Scan of Philanthropic Practices in Tunisia after January 14
Monji Zidi, University of Tunis



Robust understanding of philanthropy using micro data: Bilateral comparison of prosociality in Japan and Korea

Papers:

Giving and Volunteering by Citizens from 2003 to 2009 in Korea: Philanthropic Culture and Societal Tasks
Chulhee Kang, Yonsei University 

Where are potential donors and volunteer?: Exploring preferences and incentives in Japanese giving and volunteering behavior
Naoko Okuyama, Osaka University



Civil Society Organizations, Climate Change Politics and Policy – Global, International and National

Papers:

Global Climate Policy Coalitions – NGOs and Networks in the Global Climate Change Policy Process
Ian McGregor, University of Technology, Sydney 

Collaborative Power for Development: NGOs and the governance of distributed electricity programs in Africa
Jennifer Brass, School for Public & Environmental Affairs 

The importance of trust in environmental organizations for promoting environmental action in civil society
Rosemary Leonard, University of Western Sydney; Zoe Leviston, CSIRO



Civil Society Organizations, Climate Change and Sustainability - Local Politics and Policy

Papers:

Societal Conditions of Local Corporatism: A survey of China’s NGO and Local Governance
Qiang Wu, University of Duisburg-Essen 

Private company managers and employees and third sector organization members interacting: solid waste as a theme and a problem
Marcos Bidart de Novaes, Universidade Presbiteriana Mackenzie 

The importance of context: relocalisation and the Transition network
Clare Power, University of Western Sydney



Conditions modulating collective action organizations’ social returns

Papers:

Cooperative environments for nonprofits
Alejandro Natal, El Colegio Mexiquense; Carlos Martinez Carmona, El Colegio Mexiquense, A. C. 

Cooperative links between State and civil associations in Mexico
Gloria Guadarrama, El Colegio Mexiquense 

Socialization and Governance. Reflections from Social returns of Complex Associative Systems
Matilda Luna, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM); Carlos Chavez Becker, Consejo Mexicano de Ciencias Sociales

 Factors favoring CSO’ positive social returns in Mexico

Sara Gordon, Instituto de investigaciones Sociales. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México



Law, Regulation and the Nonprofit Sector:  New Developments and Comparative Perspectives

Papers:

Regulatory Shifts: Current Developments in Regulatory Frameworks under the Charity Commission for England and Wales
Alison Dunn, Newcastle University 

Revisiting the Public Aspect of the Public Benefit Test
Adam Parachin, University of Western Ontario Faculty of Law 

Managing Intellectual Property for Third Sector Initiatives through Franchising
elizabeth spencer, bond university 

Pressing Nonprofits for Revenue While Demanding They Do More:  New Developments in Property Tax and Sales Tax Disputes in the United States
Mark Sidel, University of Wisconsin-Madison



Policy on Personalisation, user empowerment, the market and the third sector. 

Papers:

Personalisation and Marketisation: Policy construction and practice implementation – implications for Third Sector provision of adult social care and support
Sarah Carr, SCIE 

A third sector organisation shaping the agenda of personalisation: an analysis and critique of the development and impact of In Control
Alex Murdock, London South Bank University 

The role of the third sector in social capital enhancement and mobilisation: evidence from an ethnographic study
Martin Webber, Kings College London



Study abroad for graduate students enrolled in US-based academic programs: Experiences, issues, and best practices

Papers:

Five models of study abroad programs in more than ten countries
J. Patrick Murphy, DePaul University; SueAnn Strom, DePaul University 

Best practices field guide for international and graduate study in the field of nonprofit management
Crystal Dujowich, University of San Diego 

Formalizing service-learrning in graduate level study abroad and domestic courses
Heather Carpenter, Grand Valley State University



A comparative understanding of the commercialisation of nonprofits in the United States and England

Papers:

Are charities in England and Wales succumbing to market forces?
Stephen McKay, University of Birmingham; Domenico Moro, University of Birmingham 

Modelling the relationship between commercial and donative revenue among U.S. nonprofits
Simon Teasdale, University of Birmingham; Janelle Kerlin, Georgia State University 

Can Social Enterprises Remain Sustainable and Mission-Focused? Applying Resiliency Theory
Dennis R. Young, Andrew Young School of Policy Studies; Choony Kim, Georgia State University



EMES Panel on the Third Sector and Social Enterprise: innovations in the European research landscape.

Papers:

Learning and social innovation in the third sector
Linda Lundgaard Andersen, Centre for Social Entrepreneurship, Roskilde University 

Emerging models of social enterprise in Eastern Asia: a cross-country analysis
Jacques Defourny, University of Liege; Shinyang Kim, Civil Society & Welfare Dept.,, Sungkonghoe University 

Hybridity, Innovation and the Third Sector- the co-production of puiblic services
Victor A. Pestoff, Ersts-Skondal University College 

Theoretical introduction to mult-stakeholding enterprises
Isabel Vidal, Universidad de Barcelona


Ethic Finance and Social Innovation

Papers:

From the Ethic Finance to the Social Finance
Roberto Randazzo, Università Bocconi - SDA Bocconi; Sergio Faraci, R&P Legal 

University  "spin offs” and enterprises’ cooperation
Giuseppe Taffari, R&P Legal 

The Social Innovation Index - measuring social innovation across countries and policies - The Vision project
Francesco Grillo, Vision and Value; Pierluigi Garibaldi, Vision and Value; Oscar Pasquali, Vision and Value 

Measuring the value created by social enterprises. Empirical results from the application of the method VALO.R.IS.
Elisa Chiaf, Università di Brescia



Panel on Welfare Innovations at the Local Level: Intermediate conclusions from the WILCO project

Papers:

Germany
Annette Zimmer, Münster University 

Sweden
Ola Segnestam Segnestam Larsson, Ersta Skondal University College; Marie Nordfeldt, Ersta Skondal University College 

Poland
Anna Domaradzka-Widla, University of Warsaw; Renata Siemienska, Warsaw University 

Italy
Costanzo Ranci, Politecnico di Milano (POLIMI); Giuliana Costa, Politecnico di Milano (POLIMI), Italy; Stefania Sabatinelli, Politecnico di Milano (POLIMI), Italy



Social Enterprises: An Organizational Perspective

Papers:

Conceptions of Social Enterprise and Social Entrepreneurship in Europe and the United States: Convergences and Divergences
Jacques Defourny, University of Liege; Marthe Nyssens, Universite Catholique de Louvain 

The State of Theory and Research on Social Enterprises
Dennis R. Young, Andrew Young School of Policy Studies 

A Comparative Case Study of Work Integration Social Enterprises
Eve Garrow, University of California, Los Angeles; Yeheskel Hasenfeld, UCLA



Social Finance and Investment

Papers:

Social investment: a cure searching for a disease or an established remedy?
Fergus Lyon, Middlesex University; Charles Jardine; Alex Murdock, London South Bank University 

The Institutionalization of Social Investment: The Interplay of Investment Logics and Investor Rationalities
Alex Nicholls, University of Oxford 

How social is social investment? Lessons from microfinance social impact studies
Pal Vik, Salford University

 Ethical finance and social finance in Spain

Carmen Parra, Universitat Abat Oliba CEU



Social enterprises and institutional logics: managing forms, resources, and politics

Papers:

Toward a Normative Theory of Sector Selection
Peter J Frumkin, RGK Cetner for Philanthropy and Community Service; Suzi Sosa, RGK Center for Philanthropy and Community Service at the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs 

Nonprofit Social Enterprise Activity: Risky Commercialization or Source of Growth?
Kate Cooney, Boston University 

When Competing Logics Enter Organizations: The Politics of Organizational Responses to Conflicting Institutional Demands
Anne-Claire Pache, ESSEC Business School


Social enterprises helping marginalized social groups: Four diverse cases from Toronto

Papers:

Microfinancing Programs in Canada:The Case of MiziweBiik
Mary K. Foster, Ryerson University; Ida E. Berger, Ryerson University; Kenn Ross, Miziwe Biike; Kristine Neglia, Ryerson University 

Structural and strategic strengths and limitations of youth-serving social enterprises: A Canadian training-restaurant case study.
Raymond Dart, Trent University 

The social, professional, and personal impact of social enterprises on immigrants: The case of the Academy of Computer & Employment Skills
Itay Greenspan, University of Pennsylvania; Femida Handy, University of Pennsylvania; Marlene Walk, University of Pennsylvania; Honey Crossley, Working Skills Centre 

Enabling women on government support to participate in meaningful economic activity: A Canadian case study of a social enterprise
Katia G. Melnik Olive, LEST University Aix-Marseille 2, Center for Employ; Pauline O'Connor, Centre for Voluntary Sector Studies, Ryerson University; Theresa Morin, Sistering/Inspirations; Annie Lok, Centre for Voluntary Sector Studies, Ryerson University


The political construction of social entrepreneurship, social enterprise and social economy – Deliberation, Democracy and Participation

Papers:

The Discourse of Participation through Social Entrepreneurship – a cross-national and
Jenny Eschweiler, University of Kent; Ulrika Levander, Goteborg University 

The Politics of Social Entrepreneurship
Alex Nicholls, University of Oxford 

From social enterprise to social and solidarity economy: the issue of democracy
Lars Hulgård, Roskilde University; Jean-Louis Laville, CRIDA



Tools for Social Innovation? Comparative perspectives to fostering social entrepreneurship and the social economy.

Papers:

Government Mapping of the Third Sector: Fostering or Hindering Social Innovation?
Susan Appe, University at Albany, SUNY 

The HUB Experience and Social Innovation in Sicily: The Third Sector and its Role in Democratizing the Economy
Maria Olivella Rizza, University of Catania 

The Role of Philanthropic Foundations in Supporting Social Innovations
Steffen Bethmann, University Basel



Challenges and Opportunities for Hosting International Volunteers: Perspectives from Host Organizations in Developing Countries

Papers:

Transnational Tensions: Reflections on the Cross-cultural Challenges of Hosting International Volunteers
Rebecca Tiessen, Royal Military College of Canada and Queen's University 

Culture Shock as Seen from the Southern Side: Perspectives and Experiences of Culture Shock from Host Organization Staff Working with Short-term Northern International Volunteers
Barbara Heron, York University 

The Colonial Legacy of International Voluntary Service
Helene Perold, VOSESA 

Capacity Building Contributions of Short-Term International Volunteers
Benjamin Lough, Washington University in St Louis



Government-Voluntary Sector Compacts in an International Perspective

Papers:

Surviving over time and space?  The experience of the English Compact
Marilyn E. Taylor, University of the West of England 

Regulating Government-Civil Society Relations in Australia: Lessons for the Australian National Compact from inter-sectoral framework agreements in other jurisdictions
John Butcher, Australian National University; John Casey, City University of New York; Bronwen Dalton, University of Technology, Sydney 

From a liberal to a social democratic welfare state: the translation of the UK Compact into the Swedish context
Hakan Johansson, Lund University; Mairon Johansson, Malmö University 

Government-Voluntary Sector Compacts: the International Outlook
Marta Reuter, Stockholm Unviersity; Filip Wijkström, Stockholm School of Economics; Johan von Essen, Ersta Sköndal Högskola / Uppsala University



How shall we go about studying active citizenship? – The Scandinavian tradition in an international context

Papers:

Qualitative changes masked by stable rates? Trends in Danish volunteering over the last decade.
Lars Skov Henriksen, Aalborg University 

A paradox of affluence? Volunteering in Norway, 1997-2009.
Dag Wollebaek, University of Bergen 

New forms of civic participation – enhancing or competing with traditional volunteering in Swedish civil society?
Johan von Essen, Ersta Sköndal Högskola / Uppsala University



Methodologies for Valuing Volunteering—How to understand the impact of volunteering

Papers:

Valuing Volunteering: Using systemic action research to assess the impact of volunteering
Violeta Vajda, VSO International; Kate Cotton, VSO International; Joanna Wheeler, Institute of Development Studies 

Measuring the Social and Economic Impact of Volunteering in Europe
Daniela Bosioc, CEV; Lester M. Salamon, Center for Civil Society Studies - IPS; Ksenija Fonović, SPES -  Associazione Promozione e Solidarietà 

Evaluation of the UK’s International Citizens’ Service: critical methodological reflections from the Mid Term Review stage
Matthew Hill, Institute for Volunteering Research 

Capabilities for non profit
Antonio D'Alessandro, Centre for Voluntary Service


Structure, Role and Recent Evolution of Third Sector in Various European Countries

Papers:

Recent Developments in the Law of the Third Sector in the German-Speaking Jurisdictions (Germany, Switzerland, Austria and the Liechtenstein)
Francesco A. Schurr, Chair of Company, Foundation and Trust Law - University of Liechtenstein

Structure, Role and Recent Evolution of Third Sector in Italy
Chiara Prele, NA

Recent Developments in the Law of the Third Sector in Spain
Isabel Peñalosa, Spanish Foundations Association

Sustainability of voluntary associations: Organizations and their environments in international comparison

Papers:

Trajectories of Differentiation: A Comparative Reassessment of Civil Societies in Eastern and Central Europe
Erle Rikmann, Estonian Institute of Humanities; Liisi Keedus, Centre for Civil Society Research and Development, Tallinn University 

An Integrated Perspective on Organizational Survival: The Case of Local Voluntary Associations in Norway, 1980-2009
Dag Wollebaek, University of Bergen; Kristin Strømsnes, University of Bergen; Åsta Dyrnes Nordø, Centre for Research on Civil Society and Voluntary Sector 

The Dissolution of Voluntary Associations in Finland: Trends and Causes
Dan Sundblom, Åbo Akademi University 

A voluntary sector with few volunteers - a problem for comparative sociology. The Finnish case.
Susan Sundback, Abo Akademi University 

Urban and Rural Divide?: Investigating within country differences in voluntary associations in Sweden
Susanne Wallman Lundåsen, Institute for Civil Society Studies, Ersta Sköndal University College

 

Utilizing the CIVICUS Civil Society Index Data: Applying Different Methodologies to Third Sector Research

Papers:

Paving Way to the LGBTT Rights: Domestic or International Dynamics?
Koray Kaplica, Paper Author
Ugur Yıldız, Author

Testing the civil society argument: Does stronger civil society lead to less corruption and a better democracy?
Aydin Gunduz, Paper Author

Tracing the boomerang pattern in Turkey
Damla Bayraktar Aksel, Koc University

From Transition to Turning Point: Tracing Civil Society Development in Turkey
Didem Cakmakli, Koc University


Volunteers and paid staff members in hybrid organizations

Papers:

A theory informed survey research approach to hybrid organization’s impact on civility in the context of volunteering
Anael Labigne, Hertie School of Governance 

The impact of organizational objectives on the position of volunteers and on the meaning they experience in their engagement: a case-study
Erik Claes, University College Brussels; Emilie Van Daele, University College Brussels 

Securing funds and developing activities: How do public policies, rationalization and managerialism, influence volunteers’ world in the French context
Christophe Dansac, Laboratoire de Recherche Pluridisciplinaire du Nord-Est de Midi-Pyrénées (LRPMip) / IUT Toulouse 2 Figeac; Cécile Vachee, Laboratoire de Recherche Pluridisciplinaire du Nord-Midi-Pyrénées; Patricia Gontier, Laboratoire de Recherche Pluridisciplinaire du Nord-Midi-Pyrénées; Marc Carletti, IUT de Figeac



Volunteers and paid staff members in hybrid organizations II

Papers:

Co-operation or Conflict? The Role of Civil Society Organizations in Finnish Public Service Provision –A Case Study of Public-Private Partnerships in Finnish Drug Treatment
Riikka Perälä, University of Helsinki 

Institutional hybridization viewed through the social origin lens: A qualitative study on the driving forces, organizational features and the impact on volunteering in Flemish TSOs
Jozefien Godemont, Catholic University Leuven, Centre for Sociologica 

"Big Society” – a solution to problems of the state and voluntarism?
Irene Hardill, Northumbria University; Michael S. Locke, Volunteering England; Nick Ockenden, Institute for Volunteering Research




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