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ISBN 9780367866600
Published December 10, 2019 by Routledge
532 Pages

 
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Book Description

Philanthropy – the use of private resources for public purposes – is undergoing a transformation, both in practice and as an emerging field of study.



Expectations of what philanthropy can achieve have risen significantly in recent years, reflecting a substantial, but uneven, increase in global wealth and the rolling back of state services in anticipation that philanthropy will fill the void. In addition to this, experiments with entrepreneurial and venture philanthropy are producing novel intersections of the public, non-profit and private spheres, accompanied by new kinds of partnerships and hybrid organisational forms. The Routledge Companion to Philanthropy examines these changes and other challenges that philanthropists and philanthropic organisations face.



With contributions from an international team of leading contemporary thinkers on philanthropy, this Companion provides an introduction to, and critical exploration of, philanthropy; discussing current theories, research and the diverse professional practices within the field from a variety of disciplinary perspectives. The Routledge Companion to Philanthropy is a rich and valuable resource for students, researchers, practitioners and policymakers working in or interested in philanthropy.

Table of Contents

Part I: Setting the Scene  Foreword (Helmut Anheier)  1. Introduction: A New ‘New’ Philanthropy: From Impetus to Impact (Susan D. Phillips and Tobias JungPart II: The Roots of and Impulses for Philanthropy  Vignette: (G)Local Philanthropy: Local Ideas, Global Potential – the Shorefast Foundation (Natalie Slawinski)  2. The Multi-layered History of Western Philanthropy (Hugh Cunningham)  3. Approaching Philanthropy from a Social Theory Perspective (Frank Adloff)  4. What Motivates People to Give their Own Private Resources for the Public Good? (Cathy Pharoah)  5. Women and Philanthropy (Debra Mesch and Andrea Pactor)  6. Charity Communications: Shaping Donor Perceptions and Giving (Sally Hibbert)  Part III: The Geographies and Scales of Philanthropy  Vignette: Philanthropy in India (Emily Jansons and Femida Handy)  7. Regional Differences in Philanthropy (René Bekkers)  8. Philanthropy at the Community Level: Supporting Community Empowerment (Michael D. Layton)  9. Indigenous Philanthropy: Challenging Western Preconceptions (Shauna Mottiar and Mvuselelo Ngcoya)  10. The Globalization of Philanthropy: Trends and Channels of Giving (Hillel Schmid and Hanna Shaul Bar Nissim)  11. The Role of Philanthropy in Disaster Relief (Naim Kapucu)  Part IV: The Intersections of Philanthropy and Public Policy  Vignette: Muddy Waters – Difficulties in the relationship between philanthropy, the private and the public sectors (Diana Leat)  12. The Evolving State Relationship: Implications of ‘Big Societies’ and Shrinking States (John Healy and Gemma Donnelly-Cox)  13. Public Policy for Philanthropy: Catching the Wave or Creating a Backwater? (Susan D. Phillips and Steven Rathgeb Smith) 

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Biography

Tobias Jung is Senior Lecturer, School of Management, University of St Andrews, UK. He is a founding member of the UK’s Centre for Charitable Giving and Philanthropy (CGAP), and a former Governor and Trustee of the St Katharine and Shadwell Trust and London’s East End Community Foundation.



Susan Phillips is Professor, and from 2005-2014 served as Director, School of Public Policy and Administration, Carleton University in Ottawa, Canada. In 2013, she founded and continues as Supervisor of Canada’s only graduate program in Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership.



Jenny Harrow is Professor of Voluntary Sector Management, Cass Business School, City University London, UK. She is founding Co-Director of the Centre for Charitable Giving and Philanthropy, funded by the UK’s Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC).