Janet S. Greenlee

University of Dayton - School of Business Administration

Associate Professor

Dayton, OH 45469

United States

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The Single Audit Act: How Compliant are Nonprofit Organizations?

Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations Working Paper No. 16; KSG Working Papers Series No. RWP03-005
Number of pages: 33 Posted: 03 Feb 2003
Harvard University - John F. Kennedy School of Government, University of Texas at Tyler - College of Business & Technology, University of Idaho and University of Dayton - School of Business Administration
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Nonprofit Sector

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Measuring Operations: An Analysis of the Financial Statements of U.S. Private Colleges and Universities

Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations Working Paper No. 17
Number of pages: 32 Posted: 13 Mar 2003
University of Texas at Tyler - College of Business & Technology, University of Idaho, University of Dayton - School of Business Administration and Harvard University - John F. Kennedy School of Government
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Accounting, Operating Measure, Statement of Activities, Higher Education

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Measuring Operations: An Analysis of US Private Colleges and Universities' Financial Statements

Financial Accountability & Management, Vol. 20, No. 2, pp. 129-151, May 2004
Number of pages: 24 Posted: 21 May 2004
University of Texas at Tyler - College of Business & Technology, University of Idaho, University of Dayton - School of Business Administration and Harvard University - John F. Kennedy School of Government
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Tax-Exempt Organization Financial Data: Availability and Limitations

Accounting Horizons, Vol 13, No 2, June 1999
Posted: 15 Nov 1999
Teresa P. Gordon, Janet S. Greenlee and Denise Nitterhouse
University of Idaho, University of Dayton - School of Business Administration and DePaul University - School of Accountancy and Management Information Systems (MIS)

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