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Exploring the Determinants of Nonprofit Coproduction of Public Service Delivery
Americans have long formed nonprofits to voluntarily coproduce public services. However, demand perspectives on the development of the nonprofit sector and supply perspectives on the activation ofExpand
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Meta-Analysis of Environmental Valuation Studies
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  • Geography
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BMI, auto use, and the urban environment in San Francisco.
The epidemic of overweight and obesity has sparked interest in urban planning circles. Many believe the built environment directly influences physical health, and recent empirical evidence supportsExpand
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Does “Main Street” Promote Sense of Community? A Comparison of San Francisco Neighborhoods
Creating “community” has long been a goal of urban planners. Although such rhetoric abounds in planning circles, what it all means is unclear. In this article, the authors review the communityExpand
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Policy Advocacy Organizations: A Framework Linking Theory and Practice
The practice of policy advocacy by organizations has outpaced its theoretical development. Yet the importance of a theoretical grounding for advocacy campaigns has increased with the need forExpand
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Effects of Contracting Out Engineering Services Over Time in a State Department of Transportation
Perhaps the most prevalent form of privatization, in terms of incidents of its use, is contracting out for services. This is especially true in state departments of transportation (DOTs), which haveExpand
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Commentary: Progress and Challenges of Adaptive Ecosystem Management at Military Installations: A Case Study of Fort Huachuca, Arizona
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  • Engineering
  • 1 September 2001
The United States Department of Defense has promoted adaptive ecosystem management principles in their land management practices. This application of adaptive ecosystem management in a militaryExpand
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Salton Sea ecosystem monitoring and assessment plan
Briefly describe what the dataset is about (who, what, where, when). Include any limitations of the dataset, assumptions made, and if there is anything special that the user of these data should beExpand
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Strategies of policy advocacy organizations and their theoretical affinities: Evidence from Q-methodology
Policy advocacy is an increasingly important function for many nonprofit organizations, yet their advocacy activities have largely escaped theoretical grounding. The literature on nonprofits hasExpand
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