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Receive four issues of the Nonprofit Quarterly, the magazine that promotes spirited nonprofit management. A print subscription includes free access to our entire online archives. To order by phone call 617-227-4624 x1.

The Nonprofit Ethicist Is it ethical to hoard endowment returns numbering in the millions? What is the most diplomatic way for an accountant to flag a clientís unstated going concern problem? Is it a conflict of interest for a membership associationís board to also serve as the board of the associationís charitable nonprofit? The Ethicist weighs in.óby Woods Bowman

Just So Much and No More This column by the late Donella Meadows is a powerful meditation that asks what will happen if our economic systems continue competing instead of collaborating with Earthís sustainability.óby Donella Meadows

Stakeholders, Shareholders, and the Meaning of Market Basket: An Interview with Tom Kochan In this interview, Tom Kochan, codirector of the MIT Sloan Institute for Work and Employment Research, lays out the larger implications of the stakeholder action around the recent Market Basket dispute.óby the editors

Nonprofit Health Co-ops: Designed to Compete for the Public Good This one-of-a-kind investigative report asks how the brand-new field of health co-ops funded under the Affordable Care Act is faring against the competitive challenge of large, well-established insurers. As it turns out, surprisingly well.óby Rick Cohen

Is This as Good as It Gets? The False Promise of Risk-Based Medicare and For-Profit Dominance of Care Was it a good idea to allow for-profits in the field of healthcare to receive government funding and, in effect, compete with nonprofits?óby William D. Cabin

Competitive Positioning: Why Knowing Your Competition Is Essential to Social Impact Success For the social impact leader, the first step to assessing the quantity and quality of an opportunity in a given market is to map the competitive landscape. This article lays out step by step what goes into an effective competitive analysis.óby Peter Frumkin and Suzi Sosa

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