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Nonprofit Leadership and Management

Lodestar Center for Philantrophy & Nonprofit Innovation


Chronicle of Philanthropy
Weekly news journal of the nonprofit sector includes a summary of news, plus full text of major feature stories. (Past issues are not searchable, but major stories can be browsed by topic.)

Foundation News & Commentary

Bimonthly magazine of the Council on Foundations.

International Journal of Non Profit and Voluntary Sector Marketing

Nonprofit Management and Leadership

Refereed journal written for both scholars and practitioners. The focus is on nonprofit governance, human resources, fundraising and financial management, and organizational effectiveness. Includes calendar of conferences and meetings.

Nonprofit Times
Includes: Salary Survey--Nonprofit Executives: published in January; NPT Sector Report/Year-end Review: published in December and an archive of issues dating back to May 1995.

Nonprofit World

Focuses on organizational management and leadership from the practitioner's viewpoint. Published by the Society for Nonprofit Organizations. 

Philanthropy News Digest
Weekly news of philanthropy. Available via E-mail or on the Web.

Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Non-Profit Organizations.

Scholarly journal on various aspects of the nonprofit sector.

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