JPNA Best Article Award

The JPNA Best Article Award is presented each year to an article published in the prior year's volume.

Current Award

2020: Diversity and Inclusion Practices in Nonprofit Associations: A Resource-Dependent and Institutional Analysis, by Dyana P. Mason (University of Oregon)

Previous Awards

2019: Building Capacity in Nonprofit Boards: Learning from Board Self-Assessments, by Judith L. Millesen (College of Charleston) and Joanne G. Carman (University of North Carolina, Charlotte)

2018:  Nonprofit Economic Development Organizations and the Institutional Arrangement of Local Economic Development, by William Hatcher (Augusta University) and Augustine Hammond (Augusta University)

2017: Research on the Effects of Limitations on Taxes and Expenditures, by Judith I. Stallmann (University of Missouri, Columbia), Craig S. Maher (University of Nebraska, Omaha), Steven C. Deller (University of Wisconsin, Madison), and Soungho Park (University of Nebraska, Omaha)