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A live discussion with contributing authors from the #NonprofitHandbook in how scholars and practitioners can apply and #TeachNonprofit in their daily practice
Stanford University Press and Stanford PACS invite you to join Woody Powell and Patricia Bromley in a wide-ranging discussion about the third edition of The Nonprofit Sector: A Research Handbook, just published by Stanford University Press.
The Nonprofit Handbook is considered the gold standard textbook for teaching college undergraduates and graduate students about nonprofits and civil society, social innovation, public-private partnerships and much more. As editors of this textbook, Powell and Bromley will lead a conversation with three distinguished contributing authors:
Topics will include:
Containing 30 new chapters, this volume is an empirical and theoretical assessment of the state of the field. It brings together leading researchers—economists, historians, philosophers, political scientists, and sociologists along with scholars from communication, education, law, management, and policy schools—to investigate the impact of the nonprofit sector.
We encourage you to review the table of contents and chapter abstracts to familiarize yourself with The Handbook prior to the webinar. You can find more information about and purchase the Nonprofit Handbook at the Stanford University Press website. Discounts are available with the special event code: NonprofitEvent-FM.