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Indiana Nonprofit Employment Analysis

These pages are currently under construction. Here you will find a listing of articles and reports. Actual abstracts and links to papers coming soon!

This analysis of nonprofit employment for the state of Indiana, conducted in collaboration with the Indiana Business Research Center, examines paid employment by Indiana employers as reported in ES202 quarterly employment reports, also known as Covered Employment and Wages (CEW) data.

Online Statewide Reports

Indiana Nonprofit Employment: Trends in Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation, 1995-2009. Nonprofit Employment Report #7, by Kirsten A. Grønbjerg, Kellie L. McGiverin-Bohan, Alexandra Buck, Kristen Dmytryk, Katherine Gagnon, and Weston Merrick with Lauren Dula and Deb Oonk, November 2012.

Indiana Nonprofit Employment: Trends in Social Assistance, 1995-2009. Nonprofit Employment Report #6, by Kirsten Grønbjerg, Kellie L. McGiverin-Bohan, Alexandra Buck, Kristen Dmytryk, Katherine Gagnon, Weston Merrick, and Katherine Novakoski, August 2012.

Indiana Nonprofit Employment: Trends in Education, 1995-2009. Nonprofit Employment Report #5, by Kirsten Grønbjerg, Kellie L. McGiverin-Bohan, Kristen Dmytryk, Katherine Gagnon, Katherine Novakoski, with Jacob Knight and Virginia Simpson, May 2012 (Revised, June 2012).

Indiana Nonprofit Employment, 2009 Update. Nonprofit Employment Report #4, by Kirsten Grønbjerg, Kellie L. McGiverin-Bohan, Jacob Knight, Katherine Novakoski and Virginia Simpson with Kristen Dmytryk and Jason Simons. Bloomington, IN: School of Public and Environmental Affairs, August 2011.

Indiana Nonprofit Employment, 2007 Report. Nonprofit Employment Report #3, by Kirsten Grønbjerg, Andrea Lewis and Pauline Campbell. Bloomington, IN: School of Public and Environmental Affairs, September 2007.

Indiana Nonprofit Employment, 2005 Report. Nonprofit Employment Report #2, by Kirsten Grønbjerg and Erich Eschmann. Bloomington, IN: School of Public and Environmental Affairs, May 2005.

Indiana Nonprofit Employment, 2001. Nonprofit Employment Report #1, by Kirsten Grønbjerg and Hun Myoung Park. Bloomington, IN: School of Public and Environmental Affairs, July 2003.

Online Regional Reports

Evansville Economic Region Nonprofit Employment, 2005 Report. Nonprofit Employment Report No. 2D, by Kirsten Grønbjerg and Erich Eschmann, with Kerry Brock. Bloomington, IN: School of Public and Environmental Affairs, June 2006.

Muncie Economic Region Nonprofit Employment, 2005 Report. Nonprofit Employment Report No. 2C, by Kirsten Grønbjerg and Erich Eschmann, with Kerry Brock. Bloomington, IN: School of Public and Environmental Affairs, June 2006.

Northwest Economic Region Nonprofit Employment, 2005 Report. Nonprofit Employment Report No. 2B, by Kirsten Grønbjerg and Erich Eschmann, with Kerry Brock. Bloomington, IN: School of Public and Environmental Affairs, May 2006.

Bloomington Economic Region Nonprofit Employment, 2005 Report. Nonprofit Employment Report No. 2A, by Kirsten Grønbjerg and Erich Eschmann, with Kerry Brock. Bloomington, IN: School of Public and Environmental Affairs, September 2005.

Bloomington Nonprofit Employment, 2001. Nonprofit Employment Report No. 1, Supplement A, by Kirsten Grønbjerg and Sharon Kioko. Bloomington, IN: School of Public and Environmental Affairs, August 2003.

Online County Reports

The Indiana Nonprofits: Scope and Community Dimensions project has released a series of short county reports profiling paid nonprofit employment in Indiana counties with a population of 50,000 or more. These reports document the important – and growing – contributions of nonprofits to local economies and local service systems. The analyses will inform discussions about the impact of federal and state budget decisions on the nonprofit sector’s capacity to continue to deliver key services in local communities and about the sector’s ability to continue to buffer local economies against the persistent recession.