Are social media and social networking changing the dynamics of governance?
What are we learning about the implications of having more or less inclusive governance arrangements and systems in place, and how are stakeholders taking the initiative to exercise influence on organizations?
Proposals for conceptual papers should also be no more than 3 pages and should include a statement of the problems or issues to be considered, an overview of the relevant literature, and a statement of the thesis or theses to be developed and how these add to our understanding of nonprofit organizational governance.
Proposals will be peer-reviewed and authors notified of acceptance before the end of January.
If you have questions about the suitability of your research for the journal contact Dr. The Canadian Journal of Nonprofit and Social Economy Research / Revue canadienne de recherche sur les OSBL et l’économie sociale (ANSERJ) is an online open access English and French peer-reviewed publication.
ANSERJ is dedicated to providing a stimulating and vibrant forum for the open dissemination of contemporary high-quality, peer-reviewed research on nonprofits and the social economy.There is strong interest among researchers and practitioners alike to come together to engage in substantive and thoughtful dialogue about the ways that governance systems of nonprofit and other civil society and public service organizations are evolving, adapting, growing, and performing.This conference creates a truly collegial space for such engaged dialogue among colleagues, and we invite researchers, scholars, consultants, executives, and other civil society leaders from across the globe to join us for this set of critical conversations.A graduate student at California University of Pennsylvania pursuing a Master of Business Administration, he is a Writer with New Place Collaborations, LLC, in Pittsburgh and Marketing Support with Web Strategies in Winchester.The Canadian Journal of Nonprofit and Social Economy Research / Revue canadienne de recherche sur les OSBL et l’économie sociale (ANSERJ) welcomes submissions of scholarly research related to the nonprofit sector and the social economy.High quality theoretically based, empirically grounded research and applied research from different perspectives is welcome to further the frontiers between theory and practice.ANSERJ is the official journal of the Association of Nonprofit and Social Economy Research (ANSER) / Association de recherche sur les organismes sans but lucratif et l’économie sociale (ARES).They welcome submissions from students, faculty members, administrators, practitioners, researchers, employers, and policymakers. They welcome research papers, research notes, and book reviews.They also accept proposals for special or supplementary issues.The quality of research and data is important for today’s nonprofits.From gaining useful information to using research in daily operations, great resources can help improve your organization.