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A comparative examination of the revenue structure of social enterprises and traditional nonprofits in Maryland
The debate over the viability of Social Enterprise echoes the broader inquiry into the merits of New Public Management (Light 2008). As with New Public Management, Social Enterprise presents an opportunity to increase the ...
Leadership experiences of child welfare supervisors in the State of Maryland Department of Human Resources
The leadership experiences of public child welfare supervisors are explored to determine if and to what extent these experiences have on major decisions including the intent to stay.
The role of contract managers in the implementation of charitable choice in Maryland
Using case study methodology, this research study addressed the two questions: what are the roles of public sector contract managers in the implementation of the Charitable Choice provision in Maryland and how was the ...
Baltimore City Nonprofit Leadership: an analysis of the dynamics of nonprofit leadership and issues of diversity
Nonprofit organizations 501(c) (3)'s serve as valuable assets in their communities. They utilize various revenue and resource streams to accomplish their missions. Many have board members, executives, managers, staff (paid ...
The cultural proficiency capacity building model for organizational and systems accountability
Overview: Reportedly, the Black Community represents over 80% of all HIV/AIDS cases in the State of Maryland, now ranking first (1st) in the nation for Blacks/African Americans living with AIDS. This two-phased project ...
Is the disparity in disciplinary school policies contributing to juvenile DMC?: a study of the Baltimore County School system
The present research examines whether Baltimore County Public Schools [BCPS] are disproportionately disciplining African American students through both in-school and out-of-school suspensions. This study utilizes data ...
Social Equity in the Academy: state policy and diversity in higher education
This study examines the implementation of Senate Bill (SB) 438 and House Bill (HB) 905, Institutions of Higher Education -Plans for Programs of Cultural Diversity in its first and earliest stages. The central research ...
Tax and expenditure limitations as a tool of counter cyclical fiscal policy: post-2001 recession fiscal strategies in three states
The central research question for this study is to determine whether state tax and expenditure limitations play a role in fiscal management by constraining growth in state government general fund spending during boom times ...
Women, Law, and the Pursuit of Happiness in Early Harford County
(Harford Historical Bulletin, 1999)
Martha Griffith filed suit in 1794 against the executors of her late husband's estate. His will had left her a large, waterfront plantation on Swan Creek for the remainder of her life, but she wanted more. The suit demanded ...