Peer Reviewed Journal Articles

***Faulk, Lewis, Jesse Lecy and Jasmine McGinnis Johnson. (2016) “Competitive Advantage in Nonprofit Grant Markets: Implications of Network Embeddedness and Status,” International Public Management Journal, 20 (2): 261-293.

McGinnis Johnson, Jasmine.  (2016) “Necessary but Not Sufficient: The Impact of Community Input on Grantee Selection”, Administration & Society, 14 (1): 73-103.

McGinnis Johnson, Jasmine, and Ed Ng (2016) “Money Talks or Millennials Walk: The Effect of Compensation on Nonprofit Millennial Workers Sector-Switching Intentions,” Review of Public Personnel Administration, 36(3): 283-305.

Willems, Jurgen,  Lewis Faulk, Jasmine McGinnis Johnson and Amanda J. Stewart. (2015) “Network Connections and Competitively Awarded Funding: The impacts of board network structures and status interlocks on nonprofit organizations’ foundation grant acquisition”, Public Management Review, 18 (10): 1425-1455.

***McGinnis Johnson, Jasmine and Na Ni. (2015) “The Impact of Political Connections on Donations to Chinese NGO’s”, International Public Management Journal, 18 (4): 514-535.

Faulk, Lewis, Lauren Hamilton Edwards, Gregory B. Lewis and Jasmine McGinnis. (2012) “An Analysis of Gender Pay Disparity  in the Nonprofit Sector: An Outcome of Labor Motivation  or Gendered Jobs?” Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 42 (6): 1268-1287.

McGinnis, Jasmine and Shena Ashley.   (2011) “The Family Difference?  Exploring the Grant Congruence Patterns between Family and Independent Foundations,” The Foundation Review, 3(4): 74-81.

McGinnis, Jasmine . (2011) “The Young and Restless: Generation Y in the Nonprofit Workforce,” Public Administration Quarterly, 35 (3), 342-362.

Book Chapters

McGinnis Johnson, Jasmine, Eddy S. Ng and Jaclyn Piatek Schede (2017) “Managing Generational Differences in Nonprofit Organizations.” In Jessica K.A. Word and Jessica E. Sowa (Editors). The Nonprofit Human Resource Management Handbook: From Theory to Practice. Routledge.

Faulk, Lewis and Jasmine McGinnis Johnson (2016) “Philanthropy: Shaping and Being Shaped by Public Policy.” In Elizabeth Boris and Eugene Steurle (Editors). Nonprofits and Government: Collaboration and Conflict.     Rowman & Littlefield.

Ng, Ed and Jasmine McGinnis Johnson (2015) “Millennials: Who are they, how are they different, and why should we care?”  In R.J. Burke, C. Cooper and A. Antoniou  (Eds.), The Multigenerational Workforce and Aging: Challenges and Opportunities for Organisations, Edward Elgar Publishers.

Young, Dennis, Lewis Faulk and Jasmine McGinnis. (2013) “Voluntary Organizations” In Luigino  Bruni and Stefano Zamagni,  (Eds.), Handbook on the Economics of Philanthropy, Reciprocity and Social Enterprise. Edward Elgar Publishers.

McGinnis, Jasmine. (2011). “Making the Case for Nonprofit Workforce Diversity.” In Kathryn Ann Agard, editor. Leadership in Nonprofit Organizations. Sage Publications

Peer Reviewed Working Paper Series

Einarsson, Stefan, Jasmine McGinnis and Hanna Schneider. (2012). “Exploring the Talk-Action Gap: A Qualitative Investigation of Foundation Practices over Three Regime Types” Department of Economics and Statistics, Universita Cattaolica del Sacro Cuore Working Paper Series, No. 7 (http://eco83.econ.unito.it/RePEc/wp/m6.pdf).

Book Reviews

Johnson, Jasmine McGinnis (2015) “'Race and Social Equity: A Nervous Area of Government” Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal

 Other Publications

McGinnis, Jasmine. (2013) “Does Money Matter for Millenials: 6 Key Findings”, Young Nonprofit Professionals Network (YNPN). http://ynpn.org/blog/collaboration/2013/09/19/does-money-matter-for-millennials-6-key-findings/

 McGinnis, Jasmine. (2012) “The State of Diversity”, Stanford Social Innovation Review. http://www.ssireview.org/blog/entry/the_state_of_diversity

McGinnis, Jasmine. (2012) “A Call to Action: Investigate the Impact of Diversity on Philanthropy”, D5 Coalition research blog. http://www.d5coalition.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/A-Call-to-Action.pdf