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Call for Papers: Nonprofit Policy Forum

Monday, June 26, 2017   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Robin Wehrlin
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The mission of Nonprofit Policy Forum is to serve as an international journal that publishes original research and analysis on public policy issues and the public policy process critical to the work of nonprofit organizations.

Nonprofit Policy Forum is a double-blind refereed international journal that publishes original research and analysis on public policy issues and the public policy process critical to the work of nonprofit organizations and social enterprises. It serves as a forum and an authoritative and accessible source of information, for scholars, leaders, and policy-makers worldwide. A primary goal of NPF is to provide nonprofit and social enterprise leaders and policy-makers with readily accessible and relevant scholarly research. NPF seeks to contribute to the development of the field of nonprofit related policy research, to more clearly define the role of the sector in the policy and advocacy process, and to build a stronger research base on public policy and nonprofit and social enterprise organizations. NPF is published by De Gruyter, Inc. and is in its 8th year of publication. The journal is published in open access format and is fully available at www.degruyter.com/loi/npf . Open access is made possible through a grant from the Charles Stewart Mott Foundations and the institutional sponsors of NPF: The Humphrey School of the University of Minnesota, The Urban Institute and the Levin College of Cleveland State University. NPF’s editorial board consists of leading scholars from twenty different countries in Europe, Asia, North America, and Australia.

NPF seeks to build knowledge on nonprofits and public policy so as to provide nonprofit leaders and policy-makers with readily accessible and relevant scholarly research. In addition to serving as an accessible source of information, NPF creates a publishing venue for the growing number of nonprofit-public policy scholars. Because the field of nonprofit studies is interdisciplinary in nature, the range of disciplines for both authors and readers spans a wide array of interests.

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