About

Education and academic appointments (CV, September 2021)

Research

Recent Publications

Mitchell, G. E. & H. P. Schmitz. 2021. Using Model-Based Clustering to Improve Qualitative Inquiry: Computer-Aided Qualitative Data Analysis, Latent Class Analysis, and Interpretive Transparency.  Voluntas. International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations. doi: https://doi.org/10.1007/s11266-021-00409-8.

The Relevance of TNGOs. The Common Good Hour (podcast, June 13, 2021)

Schmitz, H. P. & McCollim, E. M. (2021). Billionaires in global philanthropy: A decade of the Giving Pledge. Society 58: 120–130.

Schmitz, H. P., Mitchell, G. E., & McCollim, E. M. (2021). How billionaires explain their philanthropy: A mixed-method analysis of the Giving Pledge letters. Voluntas. International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 32: 512–523 (.pdf)

Mitchell, G. E. & Schmitz, H. P. (2021, February 19). To Remain Relevant, CSOs Need to Fix the Architecture. International Civil Society Centre, Berlin.

Schmitz, H. P. (2020, August 26). International NGOs: Legitimacy, Mandates and Strategic Innovation, E-International Relations. 

Tallack, B., Bruno-van Vijfeijken, T., Mitchell, G. E., & Schmitz, H. P. (2020, June 24). COVID-19 and the Urgency of Long-term Strategy. InterAction.

Schmitz, H. P. (2020, June 5). A window into the hearts and minds of billionaire donors. The Conversation (US).

Mitchell, G.E., Schmitz, H.P., and Bruno-van Vijfeijken, T. 2020. Between Power and Irrelevance. The Future of Transnational NGOs. New York: Oxford University Press.

Schmitz, H. P., Dedmon, J. M., Bruno-van Vijfeijken, T., & Mahoney, J. (2020). Democratizing advocacy?: How digital tools shape international non-governmental activism. Journal of Information Technology & Politics 17 (2): 174-191.

Hall, N., Schmitz, H.P., and Dedmon, J. M. 2019. Fridays for Future: How Young Climate Strikers Are Teaching NGOs a Lesson, SAIS Perspectives (Johns Hopkins SAIS), November 12.

Hall, N., Schmitz, H.P., and Dedmon, J. M. 2019. Transnational Advocacy in the Digital Era: New Forms of Networked Power, International Studies Quarterly 64 (1): 159-67.

Bloodgood, E., Bruno-van Vijfeijken, T., Hall, N., Mitchell, G. E., Pallas, C., & Schmitz, H. P. (2019, May 20). The Future of Transnational NGO Advocacy. Stanford Social Innovation Review.

Mitchell, G.E., and Schmitz, H.P. 2018. The Nexus of Public and Nonprofit Management, Public Performance & Management Review 42 (1): 11-33.

Boyer, E., Kopalkov, A., and Schmitz, H.P. 2018. Do Executives Approach Leadership Differently when they are Involved in Collaborative Partnerships?  A Perspective from International Nongovernmental Organizations (INGOs), Public Performance & Management Review 42 (1): 213-240.

Schmitz, H.P., and Mitchell, G.E. 2016. The Other Side of the Coin: NGOs, Rights-Based Approaches, and Public Administration, Public Administration Review 76 (2), 252–62.

Shiffman, J., Schmitz, H.P., Berlan, D., Quissell, K., Smith, S.L., Gneiting, U., and Pelletier, D.E. 2016. The Emergence and Effectiveness of Global Health Networks: Findings and Future Research, Health Policy and Planning, 31 (suppl 1), i110-i123.

Gneiting, U., and Schmitz, H.P. 2016. Comparing Global Alcohol and Tobacco Control Efforts: Network Formation and Evolution in International Health Governance, Health Policy and Planning 31 (suppl 1), i98-i109.

Schmitz, H.P. 2016. The Global Health Network on Alcohol Control: Successes and Limits of Evidence-based Advocacy, Health Policy and Planning 31 (suppl 1), i87-i97.

Shiffman, J., Quissell, K., Schmitz, H.P., Pelletier, D.E., Smith, S.L., Berlan, D., Gneiting, U., Van Slyke, D., Mergel, I., Rodriguez M., and Walt G. 2016. A Framework on the Emergence and Effectiveness of Global Health Networks, Health Policy and Planning 31 (suppl 1), i3-i16.