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Danielle L. Vance-McMullen, PhD Student  

Office Location: 283 Rubenstein Hall
Email Address: danielle.vance@duke.edu
Web Page: https://sites.duke.edu/daniellevancemcmullen

Education:
MA, Economics, Duke University, 2014
MPA, Nonprofit Management, Indiana University Purdue University - Indianapolis, 2010
MA, Philanthropic Studies, Indiana University Purdue University - Indianapolis, 2010
BS, Iowa State University, 2005

Current projects:
(1) Is the Nonprofit Organization Boom Splintering or Growing Individual Giving? Evidence from the Combined Federal Campaign,
(2) Does Government Fiscal Relief During Recessions Improve Nonprofit Outcomes? Evidence from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act,
(3) “Healthy Competition” and “Wasteful Duplication:” Drawing from For-Profit Economic Theory to Examine Rivalry in the Nonprofit Sector

Areas of Interest:
Nonprofit Organizations
Applied Microeconomics
Industrial Organization

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Curriculum Vitae

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Education:
PhD, Public Policy (Economics Concentration), Duke University, expected May 2017
MA, Economics, Duke University, 2014
MPA, Nonprofit Management, Indiana University Purdue University - Indianapolis, 2010
MA, Philanthropic Studies, Indiana University Purdue University - Indianapolis, 2010
BS, Iowa State University, 2005
 

Current Projects:
(1) Will Proliferation Destroy the Nonprofit Sector? Evidence on the Effects of Competition from the Combined Federal Campaign (Job Market Paper)
(2) The Structure of Nonprofit Competition and Its Relationship to Overhead
(3) Efficiency Among Nonprofit Intermediary Service Providers---Fundraising Before and After Government Service Area Consolidation in the Combined Federal Campaign
(4) Which Nonprofit Industries are the Most "Local"?

Areas of Interest:
Applied Microeconomics
Nonprofit Organizations
Philanthropy
Industrial Organization

Danielle L. Vance-McMullen