L’innovation Sociale Dans Le Contexte Du « Modèle Québécois »: Acteurs, Composantes Et Principaux Défis

Authors: Juan-Luis Klein, Jean-Marc Fontan, Denis Harrisson, et Benoît Lévesque1 Centre de recherche sur les innovations sociales (CRISES), Université du Québec à Montréal mots clés : Co-construction; Gouvernance; Économie sociale; Économie plurielle; Innovation sociale; Modèle québécois; Québecintr o duction ce texte vise à d onner un aperçu de l’appro che développée par le Centre de recherche…

The Moral High Ground: Perceptions of Wage Differentials Among Executive Directors of Canadian Nonprofits

Introduction There is a considerable, albeit inconclusive, literature on whether workers in the nonprofit sector are paid less than their counterparts in the private and public sectors. For example, a large national study in the U.S. showed positive and negative differentials for some occupations and industries, but no systematic differences that are sector wide (Leete,…

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Evaluating Performance Improvement in the Non-Profit Sector: Challenges and Opportunities By Vic Murray and Kim Balfour Published by Altruvest Charitable Services, 1799 Argentia Road, Mississauga, ON L5N 3A2, 905-696-5139, <information@altruvest.com> REVIEWED BY COLIN GRAHAM Vice-President, Finance and Administration, Royal Conservatory of Music, Toronto Rudyard Kipling’s prudent British private who confessed, “But I’d shut my eyes…

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The NonProfit Sector in Canada: Roles and Relationships Keith Banting, ed. Published by Queen’s University School of Policy Studies and McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2000 REVIEWED BY JAMES PHILLIPS Faculty of Law, University of Toronto Despite the recent greatly increased interest in the nonprofit sector in government and the policy community, with a few notable exceptions…