Professor Norman I. Silber presented two papers at the 47th Annual Conference of ARNOVA, the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Associations.
The topic of the conference, which took place in in Austin, Texas, on Nov. 15-17, was “From Relief to Resilience: How Philanthropy, Nonprofits and Volunteers Bridge the Gap between Crisis and Sustainability.”
At a session devoted to “The Role of Nonprofit Organizations in the Corruption of the Political Process,” Professor Silber considered the conduit liability of nonprofit entities and the fiduciary responsibility of board members for illegal foreign campaign contributions.
At a second session, he presented a paper about the relevance of corporate form to nonprofit regulatory supervision.
ARNOVA is a U.S.-based national and international association that connects scholars, teachers, and practice leaders interested in research on nonprofit organizations, voluntary action, philanthropy and civil society.
View more information about the conference on the ARNOVA website.