5 edition of Government Spending and the Nonprofit/Sector in New York City found in the catalog.
Government Spending and the Nonprofit/Sector in New York City
Lester M. Salamon
by Urban Inst Pr
Written in English
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Lester M. Salamon is the director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Civil Society Studies. He has written or edited more than twenty books on the nonprofit sector and the tools of government, including The Resilient Sector: The State of Nonprofit America (Brookings, ), Rethinking Corporate Social Engagement (Kumarian, ), and America's Nonprofit Sector: Brand: Brookings Institution Press. New York These occupational employment and wage estimates are calculated with data collected from employers in all industry sectors in metropolitan and nonmetropolitan areas in New York. Additional information, including the hourly and annual 10th, 25th, 75th, and 90th percentile wages and the employment percent relative standard error, is.
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: Government Spending and the Nonprofit Sector in New York City (The Nonprofit Sector Project) (): Lester M. Salamon, Alan J Abramson: BooksAuthor: Alan J. Abramson, Lester M. Salamon. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: At head of title: The Nonprofit Sector Project. "The Task Force on Human Services, the New York City Area Advisory Committee, the Nonprofit Sector Project"--Page [vii].
John Casey is an Associate Professor in the School of Public Affairs at Baruch College, City University of New York. Prior to academia, he held executive positions in government and nonprofits in Australia, Spain and the USA.
His latest book is The Nonprofit World: Civil Society and Rise of the Nonprofit Sector/5(2). PDF | OnSusan M. Appe and others published Government and the Nonprofit Sector in Latin America | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.
The Complementary Model. Rather than “competing” or serving as supplements to provide particular types of services, the complementary model focuses on the ability of nonprofits to engage in partnerships with governments for public service provision ().In this view of nonprofits as complements to the government, nonprofit spending and government expenditures have Cited by: 6.
Government Spending and the Nonprofit Sector in New York City (with Lester M. Salamon) (Washington: Urban Institute Press, ). The Nonprofit Sector and the New Federal Budget (with Lester M. Salamon) (Washington: UrbanFile Size: KB. FY Executive Budget Briefing Book 1 New York’s finances have made a dramatic turnaround since the depth of the recession and the preceding high-spending eras.
Governor Cuomo has built a foundation of fiscal responsibility that has enabled him to deliver on the promise of New York. Chapter three, "The Nonprofit Sector and the Federal Budget," by Alan Abramson, Lester Salamon, and C. Eugene Steuerle, demonstrates the similar roles of the nonprofit and government sectors, outlining how changes in federal spending since the s have affected areas of interest to nonprofit organizations.
A nonprofit organization (NPO), also known as a non-business entity, not-for-profit organization, or nonprofit institution, is an organization dedicated to furthering a particular social cause or advocating for a shared point of view.
In economic terms, it is an organization using its surplus of the revenues to further achieve its ultimate objective, rather than distributing its income to the. Thad Calabrese studies public and nonprofit financial management, broadly focusing on the management and governance of public and not-for-profit organizations, as well as the institutions that affect managerial decision-making in these entities.
His research and teaching deliberately span both the governmental and not-for-profit sectors because both provide collective goods. Social Capital and the Growth of the Nonprofit Sector Article (PDF Available) in Social Science Quarterly 86(1) March with Reads How we measure 'reads'.
In New York, operators of huge social-services groups like Pedro Espada in the Bronx and Albert Vann in Brooklyn won election to state and federal posts after heading up large, powerful nonprofits. By the late s, nearly 20 percent of New York City Council members were products of the government-funded nonprofit sector, and they were among.
Unabashed Radicals: The mission of Demos, Elizabeth Warren’s favorite left-wing group. By Barbara Joanna Lucas, Organization Trends, July (PDF here) Summary: Demos, a New York City think tank and advocacy shop, is not a place for the timid.
It pines for “global governance,” major redistribution of wealth, significant restrictions on political speech, and a Author: CRC Staff. A report I released in April in my capacity as New York State Comptroller showed that the city addedjobs between andmore than every state in the nation outside of California, Texas and Florida, and, of course, New York.
The current job expansion is also the fastest, with an average of 91, jobs added each of those years. The union wave that was visible in movements like #RedforEd in and early increasingly gained ground in the nonprofit sector as well.
In New York City, workers at the New Museum, the Guggenheim, the Tenement Museum, and the Brooklyn Academy of Music all joined unions this year. • The average pay for a New York City school janitor is $57, with some earning as much as $80, • After 15 years on the job, the average New York City employee receives 51 days off, including holidays, vacation time, sick leave, and so on.
That is, some New York city employees work the equivalent of 4 days a week. Although housing need exists across the country, the issue is particularly acute in New York City (NYC). In MayThe New York Times ran a series of articles titled “Unsheltered” on the housing crisis in the City, affirming that the poor pay as much as 60% to 80% of their income on housing (Barker, Silver-Greenberg, Ashford, & Cohen Author: Bakry Elmedni.
the City of New York. This is a pernicious, unilateral shift in fiscal responsibility to a local phased-in $15 minimum wage and that it would be public policy for New York. good he T government-funded human services sector is one of the state’s biggest low-wage employers.
It is New York State Economic and Fiscal Outlook | Size: 2MB. This article is adapted from a new book by Paul Light entitled Sustaining Nonprofit Performance: The Case for Capacity Building and the Evidence to Support It, published in by the Brookings Institution Press.
Imagine a nonprofit's life as. New York state ranked first nationwide in nonprofit jobs and organizations, with nearly million employees and more t organizations inaccording to a report released today by State Comptroller Thomas P.
DiNapoli. The jobs comprised more than 18 percent of all private sector employment in the state. The underlying story here: like so many religious charities once independent of government, the Met Council has received millions of dollars in state contracts (as I noted in the New York Daily.
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