Qu, Heng individual record
Assistant Professor

Dr Qu's primary research areas include nonprofit finance, philanthropy, and prosocial behavior. Her research covers a range of topics that have practical implications for capacity building and resource development of nonprofit organizations. These include nonprofit revenue management, nonprofit endowment management, nonprofit financial reporting and accountability, charitable giving, volunteering, as well as effects of pro-social behavior on people's health and wellbeing.

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Academic Articles12
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  • de Wit, A., Qu, H., & Bekkers, R (2022). The health advantage of volunteering is larger for older and less healthy volunteers in Europe: a mega-analysis. European Journal of Ageing. 1-12.
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  • Qu, H., & Levine Daniel, J (2021). Tangible information and charitable giving: When do nonprofit overhead costs matter?. Journal of Behavioral Public Administration. 4(2),
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  • Qu, H., & Daniel, J. L (2021). Is Overhead A Tainted Word? A Survey Experiment Exploring Framing Effects of Nonprofit Overhead on Donor Decision. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly. 50(2), 397-419.
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Texas A&M University; Public Service And Administration; 4220 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-4220