A Special Issue on Efficient Management in Non-Profit Organizations
Papers from the 2006 International Symposium on Public Sector Management
Edited by Ian Greene
Copy edited by Vito Totino
1. Introduction to the Special Edition: Efficient Management in the Non-Profit Organizations, by Ian Greene, York University, Canada
2. York-Mannheim Symposium on Public Sector Management, Conference Theme 2006, by H. Ian Macdonald, York University, Canada
3. Where the Rubber Meets the Road: Government and Accountability Issues in Civil-society-based Organizations, Arie Halchmi, Tennessee State University, USA and Netherlands Institute of Government and University of Twente, Netherlands
4. Does Full Accrual Accounting Enhance Accountability? by Tom Beechy, Schulich School of Business, York University, Canada
5. Non-profit Governance Models: Problems and Prospects, by Patricia Bradshaw, Schulich School of Business, York University, Bryan Hayday, Nonprofit Management and Leadership Program, York University, and Ruth Armstrong, Vision Management Services, Canada
6. A Tale of Two Federations: Policy Reform in Canada and Germany, by Burkard Eberlein, Schulich School of Business, York University, Canada and Steffen G. Schneider, TranState Research Centre, University of Bremen, Germany
7. New Rules for Key German Non-Profits: The Services of General Economic Interest, by Peter Eichhorn, Public and Nonprofit Management, University of Mannheim, Germany
8. The Potential for Government Privatization to the Nonprofit Sector, by Ian Greene, York University, Canada
9. Trust and Performance Management in Nonprofit Organizations, by Dorothea Greiling, Protestant University of Applied Sciences, Germany
10. Managing Non-Governmental Organizations in Botswana, by M. Lekorwe, Center of Specialization in Public Administration and Management and D. Mpabanga, Department of Political and Administrative Studies, University of Botswana, Botswana
11. Students as Active Partners: Higher Education Management in Germany, Andrea Sperlich and Katharina Spraul, University of Mannheim, Germany
12. Canadian Health and Wellness Tourism: Obstacles Impeding International Competitiveness, by Atipol Bhanich Supapol, David Barrows and Arthur Barrows, Schulich School of Business, York University
13. Comparing Regions, Cities, and Communities: Local Government Benchmarking as an Instrument for Improving Performance and Competitiveness, by Paolo Rondo-Brovetto and Iris Saliterer, both of University of Klagenfurt, Austria
14. David A. Good, The Politics of Public Money: Spenders, Guardians, Priority Setters, and Financial Watchdogs Inside the Canadian Government, reviewed by Howard A. Doughty, Book Reviews Editor, The Innovation Journal, Canada
Editors: The Innovation Journal is seeking a volunteer Discussion Papers editor.
Thank you to the other editors: Ken Russell, Howard Doughty, Sanni Yaya, Ian Roberge, and the new Case Studies Editor, Susan Paddock of the University of Wisconsin.
Calls for Papers: The deadline for receipt of papers for the special issue on Complexity and Innovation is June 1, 2008. We are also interested in papers on Innovations involving Women in Arab Countries, Creativity, Innovations in Ethics, and Innovations in Local Government. As always, we are interested in articles in English et en français and papers on any public sector innovation topics for open issues. For more information, see the Call for Papers at: http://www.innovation.cc/call_for_papers.htmhttp
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Published December 14 2007