The places where social change work occurs can shape—and, in some cases, complicate—how that work unfolds.
Tuition for online learning has declined, but the value of such offerings remains a topic for further study.
Experiments indicate that a company’s investment in CSR activities can lead consumers to rate its products more highly.
A “multifaceted” program has the potential to yield lasting improvements in the lives of the very poor.
By imposing requirements on recipients, cash transfer programs can “push” them to develop habits of civic participation.
Instead of building an independent base of expertise, many NGOs in China focus on retaining ties to government agencies.
Recent changes in US policy regarding teacher evaluation reflect the impact of foundation-supported advocacy.
In developing countries such as Kenya, interaction with NGOs appears to boost people’s level of civic activity.
The catalysts of innovation are almost as rare, and almost as essential, as those who get credit for new ideas.
In the nonprofit sector, occupational segregation can adversely affect women’s chances of moving into managerial positions.