The Givers

Author: David Callahan
Publisher: Vintage
ISBN: 9781101971048
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Based on extensive research and interviews with countless donors and policy experts, this is not a brief for or against the Givers, but a fascinating investigation of a power shift in American society that has implications for us all.

The Givers

Author: David Callahan
Publisher: Knopf
ISBN: 1101947055
Size: 19.76 MB
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Based on extensive research and interviews with countless donors and policy experts, this is not a brief for or against the Givers, but a fascinating investigation of a power shift in American society that has implications for us all.

The Givers

Author: David Callahan
Publisher: Knopf
ISBN: 1101947063
Size: 24.86 MB
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Based on extensive research and interviews with countless donors and policy experts, this is not a brief for or against the Givers, but a fascinating investigation of a power shift in American society that has implications for us all.

Fortunes Of Change

Author: David Callahan
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780470606544
Size: 78.30 MB
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Liberal activists will read the book with excitement, but also apprehension, as they grapple with new allies who may care more about polar bears than janitors, or more about legalizing gay marriage than controlling CEO pay.

Why Philanthropy Matters

Author: Zoltan J. Acs
Publisher: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 1400846811
Size: 58.39 MB
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Why Philanthropy Matters takes an in-depth look at philanthropy as an underappreciated force in capitalism, measures its critical influence on the free-market system, and demonstrates how American philanthropy could serve as a model for the ...

The Philanthropy Reader

Author: Michael Moody
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1317447905
Size: 79.14 MB
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This text will be essential reading for students on philanthropy courses worldwide, and will also be of interest to anyone active in the philanthropic and nonprofit sectors — from donors and grantmakers, to advisers and fundraisers.

Philanthrocapitalism

Author: Matthew Bishop
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1408121581
Size: 37.48 MB
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Wealthy, powerful and motivated donors are increasingly creating new solutions to social problems. This new, updated edition also shows how we can all harness the power of social networks to make the world a better place.

Philanthropy In Democratic Societies

Author: Rob Reich
Publisher: University of Chicago Press
ISBN: 022633564X
Size: 19.34 MB
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Introduction : philanthropy in democratic societies / Rob Reich, Lucy Bernholz, and Chiara Cordelli -- Altruism and the origins of nonprofit philanthropy / Jonathan Levy -- Why is the history of philanthropy not a part of American history? ...

Give Smart

Author: Thomas J. Tierney
Publisher: Public Affairs
ISBN: 9781610391467
Size: 73.48 MB
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Drawing from personal experiences, research spanning twentieth- and twenty-first-century philanthropy, contemporary interviews, and Bridgespan's extensive field work, Give Smart presents the definitive guide to engaged philanthropy.

Public Good By Private Means

Author: Rhodri Davies
Publisher: Alliance Publishing Trust
ISBN: 1783019042
Size: 21.47 MB
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But using wealth to change the world is always controversial, and some have started to question the very notion of philanthropy. In reality, none of this is new: philanthropy has been shaping the way we live for centuries.