Working Papers

Hauser Working Paper Series

The Hauser Working Paper Series was launched during the summer of 2000, and ran through the fall of 2008. The Series enabled the Hauser Institute to share important works-in-progress written by Hauser Institute scholars and researchers with a broad audience.

1. Globalization, NGOs and Multi-Sectoral Relations
by L. David Brown, Sanjeev Khagram, Mark H. Moore and Peter Frumkin(July 2000)

2. Strategic Positioning and the Financing of Nonprofit Organizations: Is Efficiency Rewarded in the Contributions Marketplace?
by Peter Frumkin and Mark T. Kim (October 2000)

3. Transnational Civil Society Coalitions and the World Bank: Lessons From Project and Policy Influence Campaign
by L. David Brown and Jonathan Fox (January 1999)

4. Reengineering Nonprofit Financial Accountability: Toward a More Reliable Foundation for Regulation
by Elizabeth K. Keating and Peter Frumkin (August 2000)

5. Philanthropy, the Welfare State, and the Transformation of American Public and Private Institutions, 1945-2000
by Peter Dobkin Hall (November 2000)

6. Balancing Public Accountability and Nonprofit Autonomy: Milestone Contracting in Oklahoma
by Peter Frumkin (April 2001)

7. Accountability, Strategy, and International Non-Governmental Organizations
by L. David Brown and Mark H. Moore (April 2001)

8. The Price of Doing Good: Executive Compensation in Nonprofit Organizations
by Peter Frumkin and Elizabeth K. Keating (October 2001)

9. The Foundation Payout Puzzle
by Akash Deep and Peter Frumkin (June 2001)

10. State Oversight of Hospital Conversions: Preserving Trust or Protecting Health?
by Jill R. Horwitz (September 2002)

11. Balancing Margin and Mission: Nonprofit Competition in Charitable versus Fee-Based Programs
by Carol Chetkovich and Peter Frumkin (November 2002)

12. The Role of NGOs in Human Security
by Sarah Michael (November 2002)

13. State-Directed Political Protest in US Capital Cities: 1998-2001
by Bayliss J. Camp and Matthew Kaliner (November 2002)

14. Historical Statistics of the United States Chapter on Voluntary, Nonprofit, and Religious Entities and Activities: Underlying Concepts, Concerns, and Opportunities
by Peter Dobkin Hall and Colin B. Burke (November 2002)

15. Social Entrepreneurship and Social Transformation
by Sarah H. Alvord, L. David Brown, and Christine W. Letts (November 2002)

16. The Single Audit Act: How Compliant Are Nonprofit Organizations?
by Elizabeth K. Keating, Teresa Gordon, Mary Fischer, and Janet Greenlee (March 2003)

17. Measuring Operations: An Analysis of the Financial Statements of U.S. Private Colleges and Universities
by Mary Fischer, Teresa P. Gordon, Janet Greenlee, and Elizabeth K. Keating (March 2003)

18. The Public Value Scorecard: A Rejoinder and an Alternative to "Strategic Performance Measurement and Management in Nonprofit Organizations" by Robert Kaplan
by Mark H. Moore (May 2003)

19. Democratic Accountability: The Third Sector and All
by Robert E. Goodin (August 2003)

20. Wrongdoing by Officers and Directors of Charities: A Survey of Press Reports 1995-2002
by Marion R. Fremont-Smith and Andras Kosaras (September 2003)

21. Regulating Coexistence in the New Political-Economy: Cross-Sector Collaboration in a Workforce Development Approach
by Orly Lobel (October 2003)

22. A Comparative Study of Inequality and Corruption
by Jong-Sung You and Sanjeev Khagram (November 2004)

23. Evaluation Research and Institutional Pressures: Challenges in Public-Nonprofit Contracting
by Peter Frumkin and David A. Reingold (March 2004)

24. Towards a Sociology of Transnationalism and a Transnational Sociology
by Sanjeev Khagram and Peggy Levitt (April 2004)

25. Organization Development for Social Change
by L. David Brown, Jane G. Covey, and Mark Leach (February 2004)

26. Effective Foundation Boards: The Importance of Roles
by Christine W. Letts (October 2005)

27. Assessing Financial Vulnerability in the Nonprofit Sector
by Elizabeth K. Keating, Mary Fischer, Teresa P. Gordon, Janet S. Greenlee (January 2005)

28. Civil Society Actors as Catalysts for Transnational Social Learning
by L. David Brown and Vanessa Timmer (November 2005)

29. Corruption and Inequality as Correlates of Social Trust: Fairness Matters More Than Similarity
by Jong-Sung You (November 2005)

30. A Question of Empowerment: Information Technology and Civic Engagement in New Haven, Connecticut
by Peter Dobkin Hall (November 2005)

31. The Social Entrepreneurship Collaboratory (SE Lab): A University Incubator for a Rising Generation of Leading Social Entrepreneurs
by Gordon Bloom (September 2006)

32. Civil Society Legitimacy and Accountability: Issues and Challenges
by L. David Brown and Jagadananda (Updated January 2007)

Hauser Working Paper Series Nos. 33.1-33.9 were prepared as background papers for the Nonprofit Governance and Accountability Symposium on October 3-4, 2006.

33.1 Holding Charities Accountable; Some Thoughts from an Ex-Regulator
by Catharine Wells (October 2006)

33.2 Placing the Normative Logics of Accountability in Thick Perspective
by Alnoor Ebrahim (October 2006)

33.3 A Framework for Analyzing Nonprofit Governance and Accountability Policies and Strategies
by Mark H. Moore and William P. Ryan (October 2006)

33.4 Charity Oversight: An Alternative Approach
by Marcus S. Owens, Caplin & Drysdale, Chartered (October 2006)

33.5 Should Mission Statements Be Promises? (And should they have to be?)
by Herman B. "Dutch" Leonard (October 2006)

33.6 Moral Systems in the Regulations of Nonprofits: How Value Commitments Matter
by Robert C. Clark (October 2006)

33.7 Is it Time to Address Selective Disclosure for Nonprofit Organizations?
by Elizabeth K. Keating (October 2006)

33.8 The Search for Greater Accountability of Nonprofit Organizations: Recent Legal Developments and Proposals for Change
by Marion R. Fremont-Smith (Updated March 2007)

33.9 The Simple Analytics of Accountability
by Mark H. Moore (October 2006)

34. "Left Behind" Social Movements, Parties, and the Politics of Reform
by Marshall Ganz (August 2006)

35. An Investigation of Fraud in Nonprofit Organizations: Occurrences and Deterrents
by Janet Greenlee, Mary Fischer, Teresa Gordon, and Elizabeth Keating (December 2006)

36. Civic Associations That Work: The Contributions of Leadership to Organizational Effectiveness
by Kenneth T. Andrews and Marshall Ganz; Matthew Baggetta, Hahrie Han, and Chaeyoon Lim (August 2006)

37. Misreporting Fundraising: How do Nonprofit Organizations Account for Telemarketing Campaigns?
by Elizabeth K. Keating, Linda M. Parsons, and Andrea A. Roberts (December 2006)

38. Comparative Advantage in Disaster Response
by Tiziana C. Dearing and Barbara J. Merz (March 2007)

39. What Matters to Whom? Managing Trust Across Multiple Stakeholder Groups
by Michael Pirson and Deepak Malhotra (May 2007)

40. The Road Less Traveled: Funders’ Advice on the Path to Nonprofit Sustainability
by Kathleen W. Buechel and Esther Handy (July 2007)

41. Attorney General Oversight of Charities
by Marion R. Fremont-Smith (October 2007)

42. Countering a Legal Threat to Cultural Exchanges of Works of Art: The Malewicz Case and Proposed Remedies
by Yin-Shuan Lue, Polly Clark, and Marion R. Fremont-Smith (December 2007)

43. Social Sector Business Ventures: The Critical Factors That Maximize Success
by Steven D. Cohen, Haviva Y. Kohl, and Allison A. Van (June 2008)

44. Early Ford Foundation Support for the Grameen Bank: Lessons in Philanthropic Accountability, Risk, and Impact
by Steven Lawry (October 2008)