Angela M. Eikenberry, Ph.D.

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2005 University of Nebraska at Omaha, Omaha, NE, United States 
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Public Administration, philanthropy, voluntary association, marketization
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Richard C. Box grad student 2005 University of Nebraska at Omaha
 (Giving circles and the democratization of philanthropy.)
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Coule TM, Dodge J, Eikenberry AM. (2020) Toward a Typology of Critical Nonprofit Studies: A Literature Review: Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly. 89976402091980
Eikenberry AM, Sandberg B, Mirabella RM. (2019) Symposium on Critical Perspectives on Nongovernmental Organizations and Action, Part 2 Administrative Theory & Praxis. 41: 327-330
Sandberg B, Eikenberry AM, Mirabella RM. (2019) Symposium on Critical Perspectives on Nongovernmental Organizations and Action: Introduction Administrative Theory & Praxis. 41: 195-199
Eikenberry AM. (2019) Discourses of Volunteering and Civic Action in the USA Voluntas. 30: 54-61
Eikenberry AM, Mirabella RM. (2018) Extreme Philanthropy: Philanthrocapitalism, Effective Altruism, and the Discourse of Neoliberalism Ps Political Science & Politics. 51: 43-47
Mirabella RM, Eikenberry AM. (2017) The Missing “Social” in Social Enterprise Education in the United States Journal of Public Affairs Education. 23: 729-748
Eikenberry AM, Breeze B. (2017) Growing Philanthropy through Giving Circles: Collective Giving and the Logic of Charity Social Policy and Society. 17: 349-364
Eikenberry AM. (2017) John Mohan and Beth Breeze: The Logic of Charity: Great Expectations in Hard Times Voluntas. 28: 867-868
Nickel PM, Eikenberry AM. (2016) Knowing and Governing: The Mapping of the Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector as Statecraft Voluntas. 27: 392-408
Bhati A, Eikenberry AM. (2016) Faces of the needy: the portrayal of destitute children in the fundraising campaigns of NGOs in India International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing. 21: 31-42
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