Web-Based Accountability Practices in Non-profit Organizations: The Case of National Museums

@inproceedings{Dainelli2013WebBasedAP,
  title={Web-Based Accountability Practices in Non-profit Organizations: The Case of National Museums},
  author={Francesco Dainelli and Giacomo Manetti and Barbara Sibilio},
  year={2013}
}
Stakeholder theory posits that accountability systems depend on the strength and the number of their stakeholders. This paper aims to analyze the empirical validity of stakeholder theory, focusing on accountability systems in the museum sector. Based on Wikipedia resources, we have selected all of the ‘‘National Museums’’ (134 museums) in the major developed countries: Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, the United Kingdom, and the US. After we control for type of activity (art or other… CONTINUE READING

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