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Siena - 2012 - Dissertation Award
DISSERTATION AWARD - 10th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
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EMERGING SCHOLAR DISSERTATION AWARD

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This award, established in 2006 by an anonymous donor, is given once every two years at the biennial ISTR conference to the author of the best dissertation in the field of comparative study of civil society organizations, nonprofit organizations, philanthropy, and voluntarism and related issues. Every effort is made to encourage broad representation of countries and regions.

The purpose of the award is to encourage young scholars to enter the field of nonprofit and philanthropic studies throughout the world.

Nominations for the 2012 Award are open until January 27, 2012 and can be submitted online.

 

PAST RECIPIENTS:

2010
Dirk-Jan Koch (Netherlands)
International Aid Giving by NGOs

2008
Vanessa Timmer (Canada)
Agility and Resilience: The Adaptive Capacity of Friends of the Earth International and Greenpeace


2006 (shared)
Anne Birgitta Yeung (Finland)
Individually Together. Volunteering in Late Modernity: Social Work in the Finnish Church
Maria Ela L. Atienza (Philippines)
The Politics of Health Devolution in the Philippines with Emphasis on Experiences of Municipalities in a Devolved Set-up


Awards of Merit:

2010
Mona Ali Atia (USA)
Building a House in Heaven: Islamic Charity in Neoliberal Egypt

Georgina Brewis (U.K.)
The Making of an imperial Ideal of Service: Britain and India before 1914

Johan Hvenmark (Sweden)
Reconsidering Membership. A study of Individual Members´ Formal Affiliation with Democratically Governed Federations

Francoise Montabeault (Canada)
Models of (Un)changing State-Society Relationships:
Urban Participatory Governance and the Deepening of Democracy in Mexico and Brazil


2008
Sharon Eng (Australia)
Toward a Definition and Development of NGO Organzational Effectiveness in Indonesia: An Unfolding Journey

Shawn Flanigan (USA)
For the Love of God: Ethno-Religious Identity and Faith-Based Nonprofit Service Provision in Context of Violence


2006
Allyson Mutch (Australia)
Collaboration in the Third Sector: Towards a Framework of Understanding

 

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