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Nonprofit Economic Data

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.

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About NED

THE JOHNS HOPKINS NONPROFIT ECONOMIC DATA PROJECT (NED). Nonprofit organizations are facing increased pressures in states and localities throughout the United States, but the nonprofit sector’s ability to respond to these pressures has been limited by a lack of timely information about how prevailing economic realities are affecting the sector.   The Johns …

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Project Team

PROJECT TEAM. Center staff work with clients across the country to develop reports documenting the important economic role of nonprofits in localities, states and regions, or in specific industries such as the arts, social services, healthcare, and education.    

Center Staff

Lester M. Salamon, Director …

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Project Services

PROJECT SERVICES. The Johns Hopkins Nonprofit Economic Data Project (NED) works with clients across the country to develop reports documenting the important economic role of nonprofits in localities, states, and regions, or in specific industries such as the arts, social services, healthcare, and education. This research generally examines the following three measures of …

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Nonprofit Economic Data Publications

NONPROFIT ECONOMIC DATA BULLETINS. NED Bulletins report on the size, composition, distribution, employment, and growth of the private nonprofit sector on both the National and State level. Below, you will find a list of all published Bulletins. Please browse the documents below, or or visit the Center’s publications database to browse …

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