Assistant Professor Rachel Fyall's article "Nonprofits as Advocates and Providers: A Conceptual Framework" was recognized by Policy Studies Journal as one of the journal’s top 20 most downloaded recent papers in 2016-17. 

About the article: The advocate-provider framework emphasizes the multifaceted role of nonprofit organizations within the policy process. Uniting research and theory from the policy process, public management, and nonprofit scholarship, the framework encourages a conceptualization of nonprofit service providers as simultaneous policy advocates and public service providers imbued with policy-relevant discretion.

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