This paper examines the role of nonprofit organizations in the production of cultural services both in the US and abr
Read Research Professor Joseph Viteritti�s op-ed article in The New York Times [Monday November 18, 2002] advising Ma
The Institute of Medicine, a private, nonprofit agency that advises the government about health policy, just released
Roger Kropf's "How Shall We Meet On-line?
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�The Changing Character of Jewish Philanthropy� was the subject of the inaugural Taub Lecture on the American Jewish
Dialogue Among Political Insiders Details How Money, Racial Politics and 9/11 Drove Campaign Decisions
An edited transcript and report from the 2001 New York City Mayoral Campaign Roundtable, released today, recounts a s
New Study by Paul Light, Brookings Scholar and Incoming NYU Wagner Professor, finds Nonprofit Sector has The Most Dedicated Workforce
Federal Funding Reauthorization and Future of Region's Transport System Are Topics of Third Annual Transit Symposium
Over 200 top-level transit industry leaders from the U.S.
NYU and Wagner are committed to providing resources and support to students, faculty and staff through the one-year a
Leanna Stiefel and Patrice Iatarola's "Intradistrict Equity of Public Education Resources and Performance" will be pu
This paper by Patrice Iatarola, Leanna Stiefel, and Amy Ellen Schwartz examines the role of school sub-city districts
Research Professor Joseph P.
This paper was prepared by Jonathan Morduch and Barbara Haley for the Canadian International Development Agency, Nove
Research Associate Professor Carolyn Anne Berry, deputy director of NYU Wagner�s Center for Health and Public Service
Associate Professor Beth Weitzman recently coauthored an article, �Classroom-based Surveys of Adolescent Risk-taking
Assistant Professor Dwight Denison�s paper, �How Conservative Are Municipal Investment Practices in Large Cities?� wa
John Sexton, President of New York University, announced Tuesday May 21st that NYU Professor Ellen Schall would be th
Nelson MandelaAt a gala dinner held in his honor at NYU on Tuesday, May 7, 2002, former South African President Nelso
Oprah Winfrey Gives $2.5 Million to Help Wagner Educate African Women
The Furman Center For Real Estate and Urban Policy is now a joint research center between the NYU School of Law and t
MAKING GOOD CITIZENS: Education and Civil Society, edited by Diane Ravitch and Joseph P.