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Directories

  • Encyclopedia of Associations
    Provides information on United States and international asssociations. Entries provide the names of directors, executive officers or other personal contacts; contact information, websites and bulletin boards; the group's history, governance, staff, membership, budget and affiliations; goals and activities, including research, awards, certification, education, lobbying and other important activities; and publication and convention information.
  • Guidestar
    Covers more than 620,000 nonprofit organizations providing financial information (from IRS 990 forms) and other information. Clicking on Advanced Search gives you more flexibility in searching.
 

Find Books

The Nonprofit Sector : a research handbook edited by Walter W. Powell and Richard Steinberg
Location: HD62.6 .N67 2006

The Jossey-Bass Handbook of Nonprofit Leadership and Management (2nd edition) / Robert D. Herman and associates
Location: HD62.6 .J67 2005

Databases

  • ABI/Inform Complete Plus
    An excellent management (including non-profit management journal database. There is a thesaurus of subject headings. Some usedul subject headings are nonproft management, nonproft organizations, and nongovernmental organizations.
  • Business Source Complete
    Similar to ABI Inform (above). Some good subject headings to use are: nonprofit organizations, non-governmental organizations, charities, trusts & trustees, and associations, institutions, etc.

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