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|Material Type:||Conference publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Edward L Glaeser
|Description:||x, 245 pages ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Ownership form and trapped capital in the hospital industry / Henry Hansmann, Daniel Kessler, and Mark McClellan --
Does governance matter? The case of art museums / Sharon Oster and Willian N. Goetzmann --
HMO penetration, ownership status, and the rise of hospital advertising / Jason R. Barro and Michael Chu --
Objective functions and compenstation structured in non-profit and for-profit organizations : evidence from the "mixed" hospital industry / Burcay Erus and Burton A. Weisbrod --
A Renaissance instrument to support nonprofits : the sale of private chapels in Florentine churches / Johnathan Katz Nelson and Richard J. Zeckhauser --
Theories of firm behavior in the nonprofit sector : a synthesis and empirical evaluation / Anup Malani, Tomas Philipson, and Guy David --
Role of nonprofit endowments / Raymond Fisman and R. Glenn Hubbard.
|Series Title:||National Bureau of Economic Research conference report.|
|Responsibility:||edited by Edward L. Glaeser.|
"This focused analysis by leading economists ultimately challenges the reader to think about just how much nonprofit behavior can be explained by formal models, equations, and the utility-maximizing