In this age of high-profile corporate foundations and socially responsible companies, the barrier between the nonprofit and business worlds is more permeable than ever. Nonprofits and Business assembles diverse researchers to examine nonprofits from commercial, economic, operational, and legal perspectives. As the government and the public have demanded greater efficiency from nonprofits, nonprofits have looked to corporations to find creative ways to raise money and demonstrate effectiveness. Nonprofits and Business is a unique resource on this emerging trend.
Nonprofits and Business, edited by Joseph J. Cordes and C. Eugene Steuerle, is available from the Urban Institute Press (ISBN 978-0-87766-741-4, paper, 296 pages, $29.50).