Books and Publications

Book Manuscripts

1.     Khan, S and Siddiqui, S. (2017). Islamic Education in the United States and the Evolution of Muslim Nonprofit Institutions. Edward Elgar Publishing Inc.

  • Reviewed in Voluntas. Bhati, A. Voluntas (2019).
  • Reviewed in Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly. Alrebh, A. Spring 2019. DOI: 10.1177/0899764019833643
  • Reviewed in Nonprofit Policy Forum, Spring 2019. Mohammed Abdelaziz.

2.     Khan, S & Merritt, D. (2020). Remittances and International Aid. Routledge Press. Publication in June 2020.

Peer-Reviewed Publications

12.       Khan, S. What do Saudi Nonprofit Leaders Need? (2020). Journal of Nonprofit Education and Leadership. Vol 10. No.1 p.82-102

11.       Khan, S.  (2020) Leadership, Professionalization, and Impact: Lessons from a national survey of Nonprofit Leaders in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. Issue 3, Voluntary Sector Review.

10.       Khan, S & Merritt, D (2018). Motivations for Remittances and Philanthropy – Lessons from a Qualitative Meta-Synthesis of Literature. Journal of Social Sciences.

9.         Khan, S (2017). “Mapping American-Muslim philanthropy between 2002-12 – Major trends, challenges and opportunities ” Journal of Social Sciences

8.         Godfery, J; Branigan, E; and Khan, S. (2016). “Old and New Forms of Giving: Understanding Corporate Philanthropy in India.” Voluntas. Vol. 27. Number 1. DOI 10.1007/s11266-016-9693-4

7.         Khan, S (2015). “Re-examining the policies in the Humanitarian Aid Sector – A call for greater ‘value rationality.’” Nonprofit Policy Forum.

6.         Khan, S (2015). “Practical Spirituality and Religious Giving: Pluralism and New Forms of American Muslim Giving.” Gandhi Marg. Vol.36, No. 4, Jan-March 2015.

5.         Khan, S (2015). New Styles of Community Building and Philanthropy by Arab-American Muslims.Voluntas.

4.         Khan, S (2015). “Faith-based Charitable Giving and its impact on Notions of Community – the case of American Muslim NGOs”. Qualitative Sociological Review, Vol. 11 Issue 4.

3.         Baranowski, Grace; Khan, S; McKirtrick, Melanie. (2013). “Twenty-Five Years of International Giving 1987-2003.” Giving USA Spotlight.  Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy. Issue 2, 2013. IUPUI and Giving USA Foundation.

2.         Khan, S (2013). “Arab American Diaspora and American Muslim Philanthropy:  impact of crisis situations on mobilization and formation of a community.” Voices of Arab Philanthropy and Civic Engagement Series. John D. Gerhart Center for Philanthropy and Civic Engagement. American University of Cairo. Egypt.

1.         Khan, S (2011). “Middle-East peace talks 2010: Investigating the role of Lobbying and Advocacy groups in Washington, D.C. as spoilers –An Analysis of framing of issues and its impact on spoiling behavior. PARCC, Maxwell School of Syracuse University. Syracuse University.

Peer-Reviewed Teaching Case Studies

  • Khan, S (2019). The Sand mafia:  Its impact on the developing world and biodiversity. Sage Publications.
  • Khan, S (2019). Wanna Swim in Cash? Case of Multi-level Marketing. Sage Publications
  • Khan, S (2018). Adaptive Leadership in Times of Change. Case Study. Sage Publications.
  • Khan, S (2018). To collaborate or Not? Dilemmas of an orphanage in an Arab country. Sage Publications.
  • Khan, S (2018) First 90 days in an NGO: Organizational change and decision making. Sage Publications.

Book Chapters

  • Khan, S (2019). Practical Spirituality and Religious Giving: Pluralism and New Forms of American Muslim Giving in book “Practical Spirituality and Human Development” Edited by Ananta Giri. Palgrave McMillan Press, U.K.
  • Khan, S (2017). “How Islamic Practices shape Australian-American identity and integration.” In book Muslims in Australia. Al-Mesbar Studies and Research Center, UAE. May.
  • Khan, S. (2016). “Islamic Philanthropy as a Discursive Tradition”, in Facilitating Higher Education Growth through Fundraising and Philanthropy, Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
  • Khan, S. (2015). “Administration of Philanthropy and the need for a new value rationality.” Book chapter in the AMEPPA Series book “Eradicating Terrorism from the Middle East: Policy and Administrative Approaches“. Springer Publishers.

Papers Under Review (as of Spring 2020)

  • Khan, S & Verghese, Aniisu. CSR 2 percent law’s impact on decision making by CSR leaders in India. Asian Journal of Sustainability. Spring 2019.
  • Khan, S. Co-operation or contestation: Refugee resettlement policy and NGO response” Nonprofit Policy Forum
  • Khan. S.  “Birth of the ‘Guerilla NGO’? The changing nature of accountability in the U.S. Public Integrity.
  • Khan, S. Leadership, Professionalization, and Impact: Lessons from a national survey of Nonprofit Leaders in Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA). Voluntary Sector Review.
  •  Khan, S, Merritt, S & Dewit, A. “Identification and remittances:  Does social integration hinder immigrant giving to the country of origin?”. Journal of International Migration and Integration 

Papers in Progress

  • Schoenman, A & Khan, S. The structures and liberatory opportunities for Islamic nonprofits seeking change: A social movement framing  
  • Khan, S & Javadzadeh, R. Troublemakers or Partners for Change? the Case of Egyptian NGOs
  • Khan, S & Gonzales, J. Equity and hiring: A discursive approach to analyzing job ads in CA government agencies
  • Safouane, H & Khan, S. Addressing the vulnerabilization of forced migrants during the migratory journey: discussing the feasibility of the collectivizing the international provision of protection
  • Khan, S & Elbassiouny, A. Welfare in the Trump era: Attitudes towards public welfare among Americans – an experimental approach
  • Khan, S. AI, Foreign policy, and the challenges of data processing: A review