THE NEW FRONTIERS OF PHILANTHROPY PROJECT is examining the proliferation of new tools and actors on the frontiers of traditional philanthropy that are ushering in a new phase of social purpose finance.
THE JOHNS HOPKINS ECONOMIC DATA PROJECT (NED) is generating critical new information on the dynamics of the nonprofit sector by analyzing diverse datasets on nonprofit organizations, including data on nonprofit finances, employment and wages, and volunteering.
THE VOLUNTEER MEASUREMENT PROJECT began by working with the International Labour Organization to develop the ILO Manual on the Measurement of Volunteer Work and is now working with partners around the world to encourage its implementation.
THE UN NONPROFIT HANDBOOK PROJECT supports the implementation of the United Nations Handbook on Nonprofit Institutions in the System of National Accounts and the measurement of civil society organizations by government statistics agencies worldwide.
THE TOOLS OF GOVERNMENT PROJECT examines emerging tools of public action that are transforming the public sector from a provider to an arranger of services, with profound implications for public management and democratic governance.