BMAL 602 Quiz 1 Overview

BMAL 602 Quiz 1 Overview of Nonprofit Sector

  1. Which decade marked a turning point in public policy, with government outsourcing more of the delivery and management of social and human services to nonprofits, which resulted in the increased need for professional management in nonprofit organizations and an increased number of students interested in working for nonprofit organizations?
  2. The University of Georgia, Institute for Nonprofit Organizations offers graduate school coursework through the departments of social work, political science, and management. This is an example of studying the field of nonprofit management applying a(an):
  3. The complexity of the nonprofit manager’s job and the multiple pressures inherent in the job frequently result in:
  4. Concomitant with the increase in nonprofit management literature in the 1990s and 2000s, what also grew rapidly?
  5. According to Frumkin, the “expressive” purpose of nonprofits is to:
  6. Throughout most of the history of management as a recognized discipline, most theorists have:
  7. One overarching force that has driven the nonprofit management revolution of recent decades has been:
  8. There has been a shift in thinking about nonprofits that emphasizes:
  9. Capital markets would provide nonprofit organizations funding based on:
  10. Nonprofit management literature is drawn from which of the three areas?
  11. Individuals who believe that nonprofit organizations should apply business methods of management perceive nonprofit organizations as:
  12. Those who view nonprofit organizations primarily as social institutions portray nonprofit managers as:
  13. According to Sabeti a critical mass of organizations is occurring within the public, nonprofit, and private sectors creating a:
  14. Another name for social welfare organizations is:
  15. A nonprofit that qualifies under Section 501 (c)(3) cannot support candidates for public office and must limit its expenditures on:
  16. Organizations that are exempt under Section 501 (c)(4), whose purpose is to work for social change are referred to by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) as:
  17. The legal foundations of America’s nonprofit sector are drawn from:
  18. Unlike public charities, private foundations are not permitted to engage in:
  19. What is defined as giving intended to meet current individual human needs or to alleviate current human suffering?
  20. The number of nonprofits operating in the United States today is approximately:
  21. If measured by total revenue, the number of employees, and its share of total wages and salaries, which subsector of charitable nonprofits is the largest nonprofit sector?
  22. Almost __________ of the revenue of charitable nonprofits comes from government grants and payments for services under programs such as Medicare and Medicaid.
  23. Nonprofit organizations interested in achieving both social and economic value are referred to as:
  24. The two extreme spectrums that define a social enterprise are purely philanthropic and:
  25. In 2009, the nonprofit sector employed what percentage of the total workforce?
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