Nonprofit Trusteeship in Different Contexts
Drawing on advances in neo-institutional organizational theory, this book explores environmental/contextual influences on nonprofit organisations' boards' structure and composition. Using logistic regression models, the book studies the interactions of time, place and organizational types (including faith affiliation) on the composition and structure of a population of US nonprofit boards.
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Boards of Trustees and Their Intellectual Environment
Boards and Their Varying Nature
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