Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship
NYC Budget Cuts: A Counter-productive Method to Effective Government-nonprofit Contracting Relationships?
This study examines the relationship between New York City budget cuts and the expenditure of human service nonprofits specifically involved in the government contracting relationship. With a focus on the Department for the Aging (DFTA), I examine nonprofits that provide a variety of services to the aging population on behalf of the DFTA. Correlations and regressions are presented examining the relationship between DFTA budget and nonprofit spending. The results of my analysis do not indicate a positive relationship between these two variables.
Sinclair, Anna-Kay, "NYC Budget Cuts: A Counter-productive Method to Effective Government-nonprofit Contracting Relationships?" (2011). Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship. 14.
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