The Economics of the Nonprofit Industry is a paper that aims to better the efficiency of the overall nonprofit industry and nonprofit decision makers so resource optimization progresses and social assets flourish. Ultimately, delivered is a compilation of tools and concepts aimed at aligning nonprofit stakeholders with their core inherent mission of producing social good and mitigating resource wastefulness.
Whether you're a donor or organization, discover ways to optimize resources so philanthropic initiatives can flourish. Discover inefficiencies that constitute the nonprofit sector and methodologies to mitigate those inefficiencies so philanthropic initiatives may grow. Discover an optimized program possibilities frontier that mitigates social loss and increases program intelligence focused on optimizing program and social efficiency.
Donor-Nonprofit Dilemma; Program Efficiency and Social Assets; Economic Facts and Fallacies; Positive and Normative Economics; Reducing Costs and Increasing Social Assets; Social Benefits and Positive Externalities; Program Trade-Offs and Program Growth; Increasing Nonprofit Technology; Demand and Supply of Information; Program Output Multiplier Effect; Economic and Social Growth; Input-Output Analysis; Social Optimization and Organization Costs; Return on Program Efficiency Matrix