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Australia and New Zealand: Third Sector Review
Ruth Phillips, Editor
ANZTSR Newsletter - 2012, Volume 18, Number 4
The Australia and New Zealand Third Sector Research, Inc. publishes this refereed journal twice a year, focusing on characteristics of the third sector and any aspect of its management, including governance, human resource management, the labor market, and financial management. It is available to members only.
Peter R. Elson, Editor (English)
Francois Brouard, Editor (French)
ANSERJ is an online
open access English and French peer-review publication. ANSERJ is
dedicated to providing a stimulating and vibrant forum for the open
dissemination of contemporary high-quality, peer-reviewed research on
nonprofits and the social economy. ANSERJ is the official journal of the
Association of Nonprofit and Social Economy Research (ANSER) / Association de
recherche sur les organismes sans but lucratif et l’économie sociale (ARES).
ANSERJ is published twice a year and was launched in the fall of 2010.
Canada: The Philanthropist
Don Bourgeois, Editor
Marilyn Bittman, Managing Editor
The Philanthropist is an open-access quarterly journal published by the AGORA Foundation for managers, directors, and legal and financial advisors of Canadian charitable organizations and foundations. It publishes articles and information relevant to the Canadian philanthropic sector and provides a forum for discussion and informed debate on controversial issues arising in this sector. It is available to members only.
China: The China Nonprofit Review
Wang Ming, Chief Editor
Tong Zhihui, Managing Editor
http://www.brill.nl/cnpr (in English)
This peer-reviewed, semiannual journal, published in Chinese by Social Sciences Academic Press (Beijing) and in English by Brill, will serve as a forum for researchers specializing in the undertakings and organization of Chinese nonprofits. Drawing on an editorial board of international scholars and researchers specializing in studies of nonprofit organizations, the journal will provide a truly independent and authoritative source of observation, analysis, theoretical thinking and policy-making advice during a time of social transition and innovation in China.
Ethiopia: Global Network of Ethiopian Scholars
It is with pride and happiness we introduce to the Ethiopian knowledge, research, quality training and higher education world the new on line and open Ethiopian electronic Journal on Research and Innovation Foresight(Ee-JRIF). Thanks to all the authors and the reviewers from home and from abroad who contributed their scientific work to the new journal, Ee-JRIF. The publication hopes to fill the gap in knowledge of a broad range of subjects that are critical and significant to the Ethiopian situation, including, but not limited to, agriculture, forestry, ecology, water, infrastructure, development, economy, history, education, health , science and technology.
Please visit the site and its open access journal, the Nesglobal brief and the nine projects Nesglobal is developing. www.nesglobal.org/mail
International: The International Journal of Civil Society Law
Karla W. Simon, Editor-in-Chief
Kevin Schwartz, Managing Editor
IJCSL is a publication with professional oversight of a student editorial staff, located principally at the Catholic University of America School of Law, but drawing on students in other parts of the world as well. IJCSL's intention is to cooperate fully with civil society practitioners, lawyers, academics and other interested persons to make access to timely information on civil society law issues more feasible.
International: International Journal of Not-for-Profit Law
Stephen Bates, Editor
The International Center for Not-for- Profit Law publishes this journal quarterly as a forum for the discussion and analysis of civil society, philanthropy, nongovernmental organizations, and the law. The Journal is available online and as a PDF.
International: Journal of Civil Society
Helmut K. Anheier, Editor
A peer-reviewed journal with demanding standards, JCS provides a high profile, high impact outlet for world-class scholarship and debate on civil society. JCS seeks to improve the theoretical understanding and empirical knowledge of civil society, its nature, patterns and composition, its history, development, and relationships with the economy, the political system and society at large. A major focus of the journal is to encourage and inform the range of scholarships and approaches on civil society across disciplines and national as well as cultural boundaries.
International: Alliance Magazine
Caroline Hartnell, Editor
Alliance is the leading magazine for philanthropy and social investment worldwide. It provides news and analysis of what's happening in the philanthropy and social investment sectors across the world. It also acts as a forum for exchange of ideas and experiences among practitioners.
As well as news and conference reports, articles, book reviews and opinion columns, each issue has a special in-depth feature on some key aspect of philanthropy and social investment, with contributors from around the world and expert guest editors.
International: Journal of Nonprofit and Public Sector Marketing
Walter Wymer, Editor
The Journal of Nonprofit & Public Sector Marketing is a peer reviewed journal devoted to the study of the adaptation of traditional marketing principles for use by nonprofit organizations and government agencies. The journal is interested in topics including nonprofit marketing, donor and volunteer recruitment and retention, political marketing, social marketing, marketing strategy and planning, internet marketing for nonprofit organizations, public relations and media planning. The journal presents peer-reviewed primary research and abstracts and indexes of current research published elsewhere.
International: Nonprofit Policy Forum
Dennis Young, Editor-in-Chief
Linda Serra, Managing Editor
Nonprofit Policy Forum (NPF)
provides nonprofit leaders, policy-makers and scholars with readily
accessible and relevant scholarly research on public policy and
nonprofit organizations. Published by Berkeley Electronic Press, NPF is
a collaborative venture of the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies at
Georgia State University, Ben Gurion University of the Negev,Caring to
Change, Georgetown University, George Mason University, Heidelberg
University, the Open University, Osaka University, Queensland University
of Technology, Rockefeller Archive Center, Stockholm School of
Economics, Trinity College, University of Minnesota, University of
Pittsburgh, University of Southern California, Urban Institute, and
Vienna University of Economics.Japan: Japan NPO Research Association (JANPORA) Nonprofit Review
Naoto Yamauchi, Editor-in-Chief
The Japan NPO Research Association, JANPORA aims to strengthen the nonprofit, volunteering and philanthropy research, to create wider networks, and to disseminate the Nonprofit study. The Association's journal, Nonprofit Review, has been published twice a year since 2001 containing the latest theoretical and empirical research work.
Spain: Revista Española del Tercer Sector
D. Gregorio Rodríguez Cabrero, Director, Editorial Board
The Review is aimed at all people and institutions working on the Third Sector. Specifically it provides information for experts studying the consequences of poverty, inequality and social exclusion, analyzing its causes and effects, and the policies and measures taken to fight them. It is available online in Spanish and English.
United Kingdom: Voluntary Sector Review
Peter Halfpenny, Editor
Voluntary Sector Review, is the journal of the UK Voluntary Sector Studies Network (VSSN). The journal is published by The Policy Press (http://www.policypress.co.uk/) and it covers the full range of issues relevant to voluntary and third sector studies, including: definitional and theoretical debates; management and organisational development; financial and human resources; philanthropy; volunteering and employment; regulation and charity law; service delivery; civic engagement; industry and sub-sector dimensions; relations with other sectors; social enterprise; evaluation and impact.
Voluntary Sector Review includes coverage from a wide variety of disciplines: sociology, social policy, politics, psychology, economics, business studies, social anthropology, philosophy, ethics and more. Although UK-based, the journal has an international flavour, especially encouraging cross-national comparisons where they illuminate national experience.
United Kingdom: Voluntary Action
Steven Howlett, Editor
Voluntary Action, the journal of the Institute for Volunteering Research, aims to provide a forum for informed discussion about volunteering and related issues such as active citizenship and social capital. Published three times a year, the journal aims to develop theory and practice on volunteering, to compare experiences internationally, and to place policies, programmes and practice in their political, economic and social context.
United States: Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly
Femida Handy, Jeffrey L. Brudney, Lucas C.P. M. Meijs, Editors
Julianna Koksarova , Managing Editor
The official journal of ARNOVA provides cutting-edge research, discussion, and analysis of the field, leading its readers to understand the impact of the nonprofit sector. It has five focus areas: Organization and Leadership, Philanthropy, Voluntarism, Public Policy, and Civil Society. The Quarterly is available to members only.
United States: Nonprofit Management and Leadership
Charles M. (Mel) Gray, Editor
Kathleen Mills, Managing Editor
The Mandel Center for Nonprofit Organizations publishes NML as a source of critical information, opinions and analyses in the areas of: fundraising, volunteer management, boards, strategic planning, nonprofits and the law, managing resources, regulation, and for-profit techniques. This journal is available online in full-text.
United States: The Nonprofit Quarterly
Ruth McCambridge, Editor-in-Chief
Andrew Crosby, Editor
The Nonprofit Quarterly’s editorial goal is to strengthen the role of nonprofit organizations in activating democracy. It fulfills this goal by providing a forum for critical thinking and exploration so that nonprofits can achieve their potential as effective, powerful, and influential organizations in concert with their constituencies. Executive summaries and an eNewsletter are available online and full text articles are available by subscription.
United States: The Nonprofit Times
Mark Hrywna, Senior Editor
A business publication in the field of nonprofit management, The Nonprofit Times, published 24 times a year, provides information on the business of managing your nonprofit organization. Subscriptions to both the magazine and eNewsletters are available online.
United States: Stanford Social Innovation Review
David W. Brady and James A. Phills Jr., Editors
Eric Nee, Managing Editor
The Center for Social Innovation’s quarterly provides practitioners and researchers with insights and practical experience in the field of social innovation. It offers "strategies, tools and ideas for nonprofits, foundations and socially responsible businesses.” Current articles are available online as are podcasts, blogs and their newsletter.