Jasmine McGinnis Johnson
Jasmine McGinnis Johnson
Associate Professor, The George Washington University
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Money talks or millennials walk: The effect of compensation on nonprofit millennial workers sector-switching intentions
J McGinnis Johnson, ES Ng
Review of Public Personnel Administration 36 (3), 283-305, 2016
Millennials: Who are they, how are they different, and why should we care
ES Ng, J McGinnis Johnson
The multigenerational workforce: Challenges and opportunities for …, 2015
An analysis of gender pay disparity in the nonprofit sector: An outcome of labor motivation or gendered jobs?
L Faulk, LH Edwards, GB Lewis, J McGinnis
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 42 (6), 1268-1287, 2013
The young and restless: Generation Y in the nonprofit workforce
J McGinnis
Public Administration Quarterly, 342-362, 2011
Network Connections and Competitively Awarded Funding: The impacts of board network structures and status interlocks on nonprofit organizations’ foundation grant acquisition
L Faulk, J Willems, J McGinnis Johnson, AJ Stewart
Public Management Review 18 (10), 1425-1455, 2016
Competitive advantage in nonprofit grant markets: implications of network embeddedness and status
L Faulk, J McGinnis Johnson, JD Lecy
International Public Management Journal 20 (2), 261-293, 2017
Job Mobility Among Millennials: Do They Stay or Do They Go?
K AbouAssi, J McGinnis Johnson, SB Holt
Review of Public Personnel Administration, 0734371X19874396, 2019
The Impact of Political Connections on Donations to Chinese NGOs
JMG Johnson, N Ni
International Public Management Journal 18 (4), 514-535, 2015
Necessary but not sufficient: The impact of community input on grantee selection
J McGinnis Johnson
Administration & Society 48 (1), 73-103, 2016
Game of Loans: The Relationship Between Education Debt, Social Responsibility Concerns, and Making a Career Choice in the Public, Private, and Nonprofit Sectors
ES Ng, J McGinnis Johnson
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 0899764019867773, 2019
Nonprofit Management, Public Administration, and Public Policy: Separate, Subset, or Intersectional Domains of Inquiry?
SK Pandey, JMG Johnson
Public Performance & Management Review 42 (1), 1-10, 2019
The Family difference? Exploring the congruence in grant distribution patterns between family and independent foundations
J McGinnis, S Ashley
The Foundation Review 3 (4), 7, 2011
Race and the public foundation grants marketplace: the differential effect of network status in communities of colour
LE Paarlberg, J McGinnis Johnson, B Hannibal
Public Management Review, 1-21, 2019
Managing Generational Differences in Nonprofit Organizations
JMG Johnson, JS Piatak, E Ng
The Nonprofit Human Resource Management Handbook: From Theory to Practice, 304, 2017
Nonprofit competitive advantage in grant markets: Implications of network embeddedness
L Faulk, JD Lecy, J McGinnis
Making the Case for Workforce Diversity
J McGinnis
Leadership in Nonprofit Organizations, 2011
Are Our Assumptions About Diaspora and Immigrant Philanthropy Generalizable? Exploring the Relevance to High-Income Countries of Origin
JM Brinkerhoff, J McGinnis Johnson, D Gudelis
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 0899764019839783, 2019
Race and Social Equity: A Nervous Area of Government
J McGinnis Johnson
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal 34 (3), 262-264, 2015
Exploring the Talk-action Gap: a Qualitative Investigation of Foundation Practices over Three Regime Types
S Einarsson, J McGinnis, H Schneider
Universitā cattolica del sacro Cuore, Centro ricerche sulla cooperazione e …, 2012
Shaping and Being Shaped by Public Policy
L Faulk, JMG Johnson
Nonprofits and Government: Collaboration and Conflict, 237, 2016
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