Areas of Interest:
- Nonprofit Organizations & Management
- Social Movements
- Advocacy, Diversity, Quantitative Methods
My research integrates organizational theory and network analysis to examine the social, political, and economic impact of community-based organizations. I give particular attention to service provision and advocacy as well as social diversity within and among such organizations.
- Social Diversity and Organizational Outcomes
- Related Next Phase of Research: Internal Dynamics of Organizations
- Congregation-Based Social Service Provision and Political Participation
- Related Next Phase of Research: National Study of Congregations’ Economic Practices
- Interorganizational Networks and Organizational Action
- Related Next Phase of Research: Indiana Data Partnership Project
Brad Fulton is an expert on the social, political, and economic impact of community-based organizations.
Areas: Organizational theory & behavior; management; leadership; social entrepreneurship; diversity; network analysis.
- Social Health
- Methods, Econometrics, & Data Management
- Nonprofit Management & Philanthropy
- Civil Society, Civic Engagement & Volunteering