Michael Cortes

Michael Cortes

  • Selected Publications

    • Nonprofits and Information Technology: Emerging Research for Usable Knowledge, edited with Kevin M. Rafter (Chicago: Lyceum, 2007).

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      Nonprofits and Information Technology: Emerging Research for Usable Knowledge, edited with Kevin M. Rafter (Chicago: Lyceum, 2007). 

    • Nonprofits and Information Technology: Emerging Research for Usable Knowledge, edited with Kevin M. Rafter (Chicago: Lyceum). 

    • “Questions About Hispanics and Fundraising,” New Directions in Philanthropic Fundraising, no. 37 (Fall, 2003): 45-54.

    • “Fostering Philanthropy and Service in U.S. Latino Communities,” in Philanthropy in Communities of Color: Traditions and Challenges, ed. Pier C. Rogers (Indianapolis: Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action, 2001), pp. 11-24.

    • “Do Hispanic Nonprofits Foster Hispanic Philanthropy?,” New Directions in Philanthropic Fundraising, no. 24 (Summer, 1999): 31-40.

    • "Latino Nonprofit Organizations: A Statistical Profile,” in Nuevos Senderos: Reflections on Hispanics and Philanthropy, ed. Diana Campoamor, William A. Díaz and Henry A.J. Ramos (Houston: University of Houston/Arte Público, 1999), pp. 17-77.

    • "Counting Latino Nonprofits: A New Strategy for Finding Data," Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 27 (December, 1998): 437-458.

    • "Public Policy Partnerships between Universities and Communities," National Civic Review 87 (Summer, 1998): 163-168.

    • "Three Strategic Questions About Latino Philanthropy," New Directions in Philanthropic Fundraising, no. 8 (Summer, 1995): 23-40.

    • "Philanthropy and Latinos: A Research Agenda," in Hispanics and the Independent Sector, ed. Herman Gallegos and Michael O’Neill  (New York: Foundation Center, 1991), pp.139-159.

    • Handicapped Migrant Farm Workers: Characteristics of Disabled Migratory and Seasonal Agricultural Workers and their Families, Impact of the State/Federal Vocational Rehabilitation Program, and Strategies for Expanding Services, U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, Rehabilitation Services Administration, publication no. DHEW (OHD) 75-25084 (Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office,1974).

  • Current Research Interests

      • Elderly Latinos in the U.S.: population growth and policy consequences.
      • Building nonprofits’ capacity for policy analysis and advocacy.
      • Improving policy analysis curricula in schools of social work.

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