Chengxin Xu
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Can philanthropy be taught?
L McDougle, D McDonald, H Li, W McIntyre Miller, C Xu
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 46 (2), 330-351, 2017
Using large-scale social media experiments in public administration: Assessing charitable consequences of government funding of nonprofits
S Jilke, J Lu, C Xu, S Shinohara
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 29 (4), 627-639, 2019
Complementary or supplementary? The relationship between government size and nonprofit sector size
J Lu, C Xu
VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 29 …, 2018
Philanthropy can be learned: A qualitative study of student experiences in experiential philanthropy courses
H Li, C Xu, LM McDougle
Philanthropy & Education 2 (2), 29-52, 2019
Experiential Philanthropy
C Xu, H Li, L McDougle
Global Encyclopedia of Public Administration, Public Policy, and Governance, 2017
The perceived differences: The sector stereotype of social service providers
C Xu
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 49 (6), 1293-1310, 2020
Social Cost with No Political Gain: The" Chinese Virus" Effect
C Xu, MY Liu
PsyArXiv, 2020
Messenger effects in COVID-19 communication: Does the level of government matter?
N Favero, S Jilke, JA Wolfson, C Xu, MM Young
Health Policy OPEN 2, 100027, 2021
De-stereotyping Public Performance Evaluation
Y Liu, C Xu
Available at SSRN, 2020
Financing social missions: essays on the role of commercialization in nonprofit organizations in the US
C Xu
Rutgers University-Graduate School-Newark, 2019
Resource Publicness Matters in Organizational Perceptions
C Xu, H Li
Public Administration Review, 0
Loss or Gain? Unpacking Nonprofit Autonomy-Interdependence Paradox in Collaborations
C Xu, M Kim
The American Review of Public Administration, 0275074020983802, 0
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