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Noah J Isserman

Visiting Assistant Professor



All Publications


Articles in Journals


Isserman, N. 2013. Shaping the Future through Narrative : the Third Sector, Arts and Culture.. International Regional Science Review, 36: 115-136

Presentations


Isserman, N. Forthcoming. Boon or boondoggle: foundation-coordinated professional support services for nonprofits and their value, Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA), Denver.

Isserman, N. Forthcoming. 1000 Years of Social Purpose Collaboration: What’s new, what isn’t, and why it matters so much, Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA), Denver.

Isserman, N. Forthcoming. Shaping the Future through Narrative with Evidence, -No ConfeUniversity of Illinois Isserman Symposium

Isserman, N. Forthcoming. Shaping the Future through Narrative with Evidence, American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting

Isserman, N. 2014. Social work 2060: The role of social work in educating change agents of the future, Network for Social Work Management, Boston.

Isserman, N. 2014. When the State Gives: one nation, three sectors, and the emergence of state-supported venture philanthropy, Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA), Denver.

Isserman, N. 2013. Government-financed venture philanthropy in pursuit of national social-impact goals: examining a novel model in Scotland, Global Conference on Social Impact, 2013.

Isserman, N. 2012. Financing Civil Society: Interrogating Narratives of Capacity-Building, Engagement, and Managerialism, American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting, New York City.

Isserman, N. 2011. Shaping the Future through Narrative with Evidence, Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (ACSP) Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City.

Isserman, N. 2010. Does High-Engagement Philanthropy Require Proximity? Empirical Findings from the UK and a Research Agenda, American Association of Geographers Annual Meeting

Isserman, N. 2008. Economics, Emotion, and Electroencephalography: ERP correlates of decision-making in the Ultimatum Game. , Cognitive Neuroscience Society Annual Meeting