Research Focus: New media; organizational communication;
organizational disclosure; organizational accountability;
stakeholder relations; nonprofit organizations; capital
Saxton, G. D., & Waters, R. D. (2014). What do stakeholders 'like' on Facebook? Examining public reactions to nonprofit organizations' informational, promotional, and community-building messages. (Best paper award finalist, Public Relations Division, annual meeting of the International Communication Association, June 17-21, 2013, London, UK). Journal of Public Relations Research, advance online publication. DOI: 10.1080/1062726X.2014.908721
Saxton, G. D., & Wang, L. The social network effect: The determinants of donations on social media sites. In press, Nonprofit & Voluntary Sector Quarterly.
Zhuang, J., Saxton, G. D., & Wu, H. Publicity vs. impact in nonprofit disclosures and donor preferences: A sequential game with one nonprofit organization and N donors. In press, Annals of Operations Research. doi: 10.1007/s10479-011-0967-3
Saxton, G. D., Neely, D., & Guo, C. (2014). Web
disclosure and the market for charitable
contributions. Journal of Accounting and Public Policy,
Guo, C., & Saxton, G. D. (2014). Tweeting social
change: How social media are changing nonprofit advocacy.
Nonprofit & Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 43(1),
Saxton, G. D., & Anker, A. E. (2013). The aggregate effects of decentralized knowledge production: Financial bloggers and information asymmetries in the stock market. Journal of Communication, 63(6), 1054-1069.
Nah, S., & Saxton, G. D. (2013). Modeling the adoption and use of social media by nonprofit organizations. New Media & Society, 15, 294-313.
Saxton, G. D., & Zhuang, J. (2013). A game-theoretic model of disclosure-donation interactions in the market for charitable contributions. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 41, 40-63.
Saxton, G. D., Oh, O., & Kishore, R. (2013). Rules of crowdsourcing: Models, issues, and systems of control. Information Systems Management, 30, 2-20.
Lovejoy, K., & Saxton, G. D. (2012). Information, community, and action: How nonprofit organizations use social media. Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication, 17, 337-353. [Web Appendix]
Saxton, G. D., & Guo, C. (2012). Conceptualizing web-based stakeholder communication: The organizational website as a stakeholder relations tool. Communication & Science Journal, 18 December, 2012.
Saxton, G. D. (2012). New media and external accounting
information: A critical review. 2012. Australian Accounting
Review, 62, 286-302.
Saxton, G. D., Kuo, J., & Ho, Y. (2012). The determinants of voluntary financial disclosure by nonprofit organizations. Nonprofit & Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 41, 1051-1071.
Lovejoy, K., Waters, R. D., & Saxton, G. D. (2012).
Engaging stakeholders through Twitter: How nonprofit organizations
are getting more out of 140 characters or less. Public Relations
Review, 38, 313-318.
Saxton, G. D., Guo, C., Chiu, I., & Feng, B. (2011). Social media and the social good: How nonprofits use Facebook to communicate with the public [translated]. China Third Sector Research, 1, 40-54.
Saxton, G. D., & Guo, C. (2011) Accountability
online: Understanding the Web-based accountability practices of
nonprofit organizations. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector
Quarterly, 40, 270-295.
Guo, C., & Saxton, G. D. (2010). Voice in, voice out:
Constituent participation and nonprofit advocacy. Nonprofit
Policy Forum, 1(1), Article 5.
Benson, M. A., & Saxton, G. D. (2010). The dynamics
of ethnonationalist contention. British Journal of Political
Science, 40, 305-331.
Saxton, G. D., & Benson, M. A. (2008). Means,
motives, and opportunities in ethno-nationalist mobilization.
International Interactions, 34, 53-83.
Saxton, G. D., Guo, C., & Brown, W. (2007). New
dimensions of nonprofit responsiveness: The application and promise
of Internet-based technologies. Public Performance and
Management Review, 31, 144-173.
Hackler, D., & Saxton, G. D. (2007). The strategic
use of information technology by nonprofit organizations. Public
Administration Review, 67, 474-487.
Acar, M., Guo, C., & Saxton, G. D. (2007). Managing
effectively in a networked world. The Public Manager, 36(2),
Saxton, G. D., & Benson, M. A. (2006). Structure,
politics, and action: An integrated model of nationalist protest
and rebellion. Nationalism and Ethnic Politics, 12,
Saxton, G. D. (2005). The participatory revolution in
nonprofit management. The Public Manager, 34, 34-39.
Reprinted in The Nonprofit Quarterly, 19(2), Summer
Saxton, G. D., & Benson, M. A. (2005). Social capital
and the growth of the nonprofit sector. Social Science
Quarterly, 86, 16-35.
Saxton, G. D. (2005). Repression, grievances,
mobilization and rebellion: A new test of Gurr's model of
ethnopolitical rebellion. International Interactions, 31,
Saxton, G. D. (2004). Structure, politics, and
ethno-nationalist contention in post-Franco Spain: An integrated
model. Journal of Peace Research, 41, 25-46.
Saxton, G. D., & Benson, M. A. (2003). The origins of
socially and politically hostile attitudes toward immigrants and
outgroups: Economics, ideology, or national context? Journal of
Political Science, 31, 101-137.
Saxton, G. D., Hoene, C. W., & Erie, S. P. (2002).
Fiscal constraints and the loss of home rule: The long-term impacts
of California's post-Proposition 13 fiscal regime. American
Review of Public Administration, 32, 423-454. Won award for
best article published in the ARPA in 2002.
Gregory D. Saxton. 2004. "The Rise of Participatory Society:
Challenges for Public Administration." PA Times
Gregory D. Saxton. 2003. "Lobbying." In The Encyclopedia of
Public Administration and Public Policy, ed. David Schultz.
Facts on File, Inc.
Gregory D. Saxton, with Sonia Aaroe, Erica Brown, Margaret Cole,
Latasha Craig, Conor Cusack, Malasri Das-Roy, Fanny DiLettera, Mary
Flaherty, Tracy Hensler, Cynthia Hobbs, Tamara Jones, Tom Kuryla,
Karen Ogden, Denise Parker, Tyler Schaab, Susan Shaw, Tracy
Stevens, and Susan Ventura. Benchmarking Quality of Life in
Greater Rochester: A Service-Learning Report.