Joseph Galaskiewicz

Sociology University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 
General, Organizational, Social Structure and Development
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Mosley JE, Galaskiewicz J. (2015) The Relationship Between Philanthropic Foundation Funding and State-Level Policy in the Era of Welfare Reform Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly. 44: 1225-1254
Koch BJ, Galaskiewicz J, Pierson A. (2014) The Effect of Networks on Organizational Missions Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly. 44: 510-538
Galaskiewicz J, Mayorova OV, Duckles BM. (2013) Studying the Roles of Nonprofits, Government, and Business in Providing Activities and Services to Youth in the Phoenix Metropolitan Area Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 647: 50-82
Yamagata Y, Yang J, Galaskiewicz J. (2013) A contingency theory of policy innovation: How different theories explain the ratification of the UNFCCC and Kyoto Protocol International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics. 13: 251-270
Galaskiewicz J, Hobor G, Duckles BM, et al. (2012) Caregivers' social capital and satisfaction with their children's service providers Sociological Perspectives. 55: 241-266
Lan GZ, Galaskiewicz J. (2012) Innovations in Public and Non-profit Sector Organizations in China Management and Organization Review. 8: 491-506
Galaskiewicz J. (2011) Studying supply chains from a social network perspective Journal of Supply Chain Management. 47: 4-8
Tsui AS, Galaskiewicz J. (2011) Commitment to Excellence: Upholding Research Integrity at Management and Organization Review Management and Organization Review. 7: 389-395
Mosley JE, Galaskiewicz J. (2010) The role of foundations in shaping social welfare policy and services: The case of welfare reform American Foundations: Roles and Contributions. 182-204
Galaskiewicz J, Duckles BM, Mayorova O. (2008) Childcare networks and embedded experiences Contexts of Social Capital: Social Networks in Markets, Communities and Families. 299-326
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