Minjung Kim
Hivatkozott rá
Hivatkozott rá
Use and perceptions of the availability of local government and nonprofit services in diverse urban settings
K AbouAssi, L Faulk, L Tran, L Shaffer, M Kim
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 48 (5), 975-997, 2019
Everything is relative: How citizens form and Use expectations in evaluating services
N Favero, M Kim
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 31 (3), 561-577, 2021
Nonprofit trends and impacts 2021
L Faulk, M Kim, T Derrick-Mills, E Boris, L Tomasko, N Hakizimana, ...
The Urban Institute, 2021
Social Class, Ingroup–Outgroup Comparison, and Citizen Evaluations: Is User Satisfaction Linked to Outcome Disparities?
M Song, M Kim, N Favero
The American Review of Public Administration 50 (2), 205-218, 2020
Nonprofit Trends and Impacts 2021: National Findings on Diversity and Representation, Donation Trends from 2015-2020, and Effects of 2020
L Faulk, M Kim, T Derrick-Mills, ET Boris, L Tomasko, N Hakizimana, ...
Urban Institute, 2021
The scope of “marketing” research in the nonprofit sector: Lessons from the last 20 years literature
J Jung, M Kim, J Suh
Journal of Philanthropy and Marketing, e1745, 2022
Testing Their Patients: An Examination of How Patients Weigh Various User Experience Dimensions
O Cheon, N Favero, M Kim
2020 Virtual Annual Research Meeting, 0
When Representation Matters: The Interaction of Heterogeneous Interests and Representation
N Favero, M Kim
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