An Integrated Framework for Intersectorality: Nonprofitness and Its Influence on Society and Public Administration ProgramsJournal of Public Affairs Education (2015)
Cross-sector interactions have long occurred in the public delivery of goods, services, and interests. While scholars have often addressed cross-sector interactions using the dimensions of publicness (state) and privateness (market), an intersectoral framework necessitates the understanding and incorporation of nonprofitness to account for the dimensions of nonprofits along the public-private continuum. This article proposes a framework for identifying the dimensions of nonprofits in an intersectoral world and draws on relevant examples to illustrate the presence and influence of nonprofitness. The article then focuses on the future of education in the field of public administration and, in light of the proposed framework, makes and considers recommendations to help educational programs better equip students to appreciate work across sectors.
Citation InformationRobbie Waters Robichau, Kandyce M. Fernandez and Patsy Kraeger. "An Integrated Framework for Intersectorality: Nonprofitness and Its Influence on Society and Public Administration Programs" Journal of Public Affairs Education Vol. 21 Iss. 3 (2015) p. 315 - 336
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