Finding Articles & Working Papers
Non-Profit (Business) Literature Databases
Business literature databases may include articles on how to create, lead and manage non-profit organizations.
This is a short list of popular nonprofit sector journals. However, you should use a Harvard database to find a more comprehensive coverage of articles across a variety of journals.
Social Science Literature Databases
HOLLIS+ Search Strategy
HOLLIS+ is the library catalog for Harvard University. It contains records for millions of books, journals, government documents, data files, and more.
Rather then searching by keyword, a more precise way to search for items owned by Harvard Libraries is to conduct an advanced search in HOLLIS. You can conduct a subject search to find books on similar topics. To get started with your research, copy and paste the following subject terms into the Advanced Search subject box in HOLLIS:
Nonprofit organizations Finance
Nonprofit organizations Management
Nonprofit organizations Planning
Nonprofit organizations [Insert country name]
Think Tank Search
Think Tank Search
Search using Google conventions (i.e. putting quotation marks around phrases).
Think Tank Search searches the websites of institutions that generate public policy research, analysis, and activity. These sites are affiliated with universities, governments, advocacy groups, foundations, and non-governmental organizations. Inclusion is based upon the relevancy of subject area to HKS coursework and scholarship, the availability of the think tank’s research in full-text on the website, and the think tank’s reputation and influence upon policy making. The list represents a mixture of partisan and non-partisan think tanks.