The Innovation Journal

Articles from Vol. 21, No. 1, 2016

Board Governance in the Nonprofit Sector: Role-Performance Relationships of Directors
IntroductionIn recent decades there has been a growing understanding of the importance of the causal relationship between good governance and the ability of all types of organizations in the not-forprofit, for-profit and governmental sectors to optimize...
Conceptualizing Public Innovative Capacity: A Framework for Assessment
IntroductionDue to political and societal demands public sector organizations are in a constant process of adapt to changing circumstances in order to remain effective, efficient and legitimate in dealing with societal problems and delivering public...
Financial Innovation in Local Governments as a Response to the Deterioration of Their Risk Profile and Legislative Changes: The Case of Poland
IntroductionThe financial crisis which broke out in 2008 had a profound impact on public sector finances. During the crisis, local governments undertook vast investment efforts, which created strong countercyclical and pro-growth stimuli for the economy....
How to Be an Intellectual
Jeffrey J. Williams How to Be an Intellectual New York, NY: Fordham University Press, 2014Books about literature, literary criticism, the internal machinations of university English departments and the habits of mind needed to be recognized as card-carrying...
Innovation in the Public and Nonprofit Sectors: A Public Solutions Handbook
Patria de Lancer Julnes and Ed Gibson, Eds. Innovation in the Public and Nonprofit Sectors: A Public Solutions Handbook New York, NY: Routledge, 2016Routledge has a venerable and admirable history as a publishing house with many excellent books in the...
Solid Waste Management in Chennai: Lessons from Exnora
IntroductionIn Indian megacities, municipal solid waste management has become a challenging problem, especially in cities like Chennai, which generates 0.71 kg of municipal solid waste per capita every day-the highest in the country ("Chennai's per capita...
What's Yours Is Mine: Against the Sharing Economy
Tom Slee What's Yours Is Mine: Against the Sharing Economy Toronto, Canada: Between the Lines, 2016From the sixteenth-century Levellers through the nineteenth-century utopian socialists and on to present-day dissenters from neoliberalism and globalization,...
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