The Palgrave Handbook of Global Philanthropy

 
 
Palgrave MacMillan (Verlag)
  • erschienen am 6. Januar 2016
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  • XXV, 669 Seiten
 
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The Palgrave Handbook of Global Philanthropy is a comprehensive reference guide to the practice of philanthropy across twenty-six nations and regions. In addition, thematic chapters examine cross-national issues to provide an indispensable guide to the latest research in this field. Drawing on theoretical insights from sociology, economics, political science, and psychology, and including a stellar international line-up of leading philanthropy scholars, this essential reference work describes the non-profit sector and analyzes philanthropic endeavours country by country, providing a global overview that covers Asia, Europe, the Middle East, Australia and the Americas. In addition, thematic chapters examine cross-national issues, including the social origins of the non-profit sector and charitable giving; the influence of government support; the role of religion; fiscal incentives; and fundraising to outline how major country-specific differences in governmental, economic, and legal policies for philanthropic actors and nonprofit organizations shape philanthropic giving, demonstrating how country-specific factors may facilitate or inhibit charitable giving. Nonprofit organizations provide important public goods and services in societies across the world. In times of economic crisis, when governments are forced to decrease public spending, these organizations become even more important in meeting demands for these goods and services. But what motivates individuals to voluntarily give away portions of their own financial resources to benefit the public good and to enable nonprofit organizations to carry out their work? Why do people in one country give more frequently and more generously to nonprofit organizations than those in another? The Palgrave Handbook of Global Philanthropy provides an indispensable guide to the latest research in philanthropy, the non-profit sector and charitable giving.
2015
  • Englisch
  • London
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  • Großbritannien
Palgrave Macmillan UK
Bibliographie
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978-1-137-34153-2 (9781137341532)
113734153X (113734153X)
10.1057/9781137341532
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David Lasby, Imagine Canada, Canada Cathy Barr, Imagine Canada, Canada Eleanor Brown, Pomona College, USA Christopher J. Einolf, DePaul University, USA Mark Ottoni-Wilhelm, Indiana University, USA Michael D. Layton, Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico, Mexico Valérie Mossel, Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands Sharilyn Hale, Watermark Philanthropic Advising, Canada Michaela Neumayr, Vienna University of Economics and Business, Austria Franziska Bieri, Emory University, USA Neven T. Valev, Purdue University, USA Arthur Gautier ESSCA Business School, France Anne-Claire Pache, ESSEC Business School, France Henrietta Grönlund, University of Helsinki, Finland Anne Birgitta Pessi, University of Helsinki, Finland Marius Mews, University of Hamburg, Germany Silke Boenigk, University of Hamburg, Germany Oonagh B. Breen, University College Dublin, Ireland James Carroll, Trinity College Dublin, Ireland Pamala Wiepking, Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands René Bekkers, VU University Amsterdam, The Netherlands Karl Henrik Sivesind, Institute for Social Research, Norway Irina Mersiyanova, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia Lev Jakobson, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia Irina Krasnopolskaya, National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia Georg von Schnurbein, University of Basel, Switzerland Steffen Bethmann, University of Heidelberg, Germany Beth Breeze, University of Kent, UK Peter Halfpenny, University of Manchester, UK Karl Wilding, National Council for Voluntary Organisations, UK Catherine Herrold, Indiana University, USA Hagai Katz, Ben-Gurion University, Israel Itay Greenspan, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel Khaldoun AbouAssi, Texas A&M University, US Wang Xinsong, Beijing Normal University, China Liu Fengqin, Beijing Normal University, China Nan Fang, Beijing Normal University, China Zhao Xiaoping, Beijing Normal University, China Xiulan Zhang, Beijing Normal University, China Elaine Chan, University of Hong Kong, China Wai Fung Lam, University of Hong Kong, China Una Okonkwo Osili, Indiana University, USA Ça?la Okten, Bilkent University, Turkey Naoko Okuyama, Kobe University, Japan Naoto Yamauchi, Osaka University, Japan Chulhee Kang, Yonsei University, Korea Erica Yoonkyung Auh, Ewha Womans University, Korea Younghye Hur, Yonsei University, Korea Kuang-Ta Lo, National Chengchi University, Taiwan Shih-Ying Wu, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan Phuong Anh Nguyen, University of Pennsylvania, USA Dana R.H. Doan, LIN Center for Community Development, Vietnam Wendy Scaife, Queensland University of Technology, Australia Alexandra Williamson. Australian Centre for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies, Australia Katie McDonald, Australia.
PART I: INTRODUCTION 1. Introduction to the Palgrave Handbook of Global Philanthropy; Pamala Wiepking; Femida Handy 2. Explanations for Cross-National Differences in Philanthropy; Pamala Wiepking; Femida Handy PART II: COUNTRIES: PHILANTHROPY ACROSS THE WORLD 3. Giving in Canada: Strong Philanthropic Traditions Supporting a Large Nonprofit Sector; David Lasby; Cathy Barr 4. Giving in the United States: Generous Philanthropy in a Classic Liberal Regime; Eleanor Brown; Christopher J. Einolf; Mark Ottoni-Wilhelm 5. Giving in Mexico: Generosity, Distrust and Informality; Michael D. Layton; Valérie Mossel 6. Giving in the Caribbean: Building Upon Cultures of Generosity to Strengthen the Nonprofit Sector; Sharilyn Hale 7. Giving in Austria: A Corporatist Relationship between the Nonprofit Sector and the State; Michaela Neumayr 8. Giving in Bulgaria: A Nonprofit Sector in Transition; Franziska Bieri; Neven T. Valev 9. Giving in France: A philanthropic Renewal After Decades of Distrust; Arthur Gautier; Anne-Claire Pache; Valérie Mossel 10. Giving in Finland: The Multidimensional Role of Giving in a Context of a Changing Welfare Model; Henrietta Grönlund; Anne Birgitta Pessi 11. Giving in Germany: Towards Systematic Information on a Fragmented Nonprofit Sector; Marius Mews; Silke Boenigk 12. Giving in Ireland: A Nation of Givers in a Largely Unregulated Arena; Oonagh B. Breen; James Carroll 13. Giving in the Netherlands: A Strong Welfare State with a Vibrant Nonprofit Sector; Pamala Wiepking; René Bekkers 14. Giving in Norway: An Ambitious Welfare State With a Self-Reliant Nonprofit Sector; Karl Henrik Sivesind 15. Giving in Russia: The Difficult Shaping of the New Nonprofit Regime; Irina Mersianova, Lev Jakobson and Irina Krasnopolskaya 16. Giving in Switzerland: High Engagement and International Outreach; Georg von Schnurbein; Steffen Bethmann 17. Giving in the UK: Philanthropy Embedded in a Welfare State Society; Beth Breeze; Peter Halfpenny; Karl Wilding 18. Giving in Egypt: Evolving Charitable Traditions in a Changing Political Economy; Catherine Herrold 19. Giving in Israel: From Old Religious Traditions To an Emerging Culture of Philanthropy; Hagai Katz; Itay Greenspan 20. Giving In Lebanon: Traditions and Reality in an Unstable Environment; Khaldoun AbouAssi 21. Giving in China: An Emerging Nonprofit Sector Embedded within a Strong State; Wang Xinsong; Liu Fengqin; Nan Fang; Zhao Xiaoping; Zhang Xiulan 22. Giving in Hong Kong: A Growing Sector Evading Regulation; Elaine Chan; Wai Fung Lam 23. Giving in Indonesia: A Culture of Philanthropy Rooted in Islamic Tradition; Una Osili; Ça?la Ökten 24. Giving in Japan: The Role of Philanthropy in Strengthening Civil Society; Naoko Okuyama; Naoto Yamauchi 25. Giving in South Korea: A Nation of Givers for the Population Under Public Assistance; Chulhee Kang; Erica Yoonkyung Auh; Younghye Hur 26. Giving in Taiwan: On the Rise Following Economic Growth and Political Democratization; Kuang-Ta Lo; Shih-Ying Wu 27. Giving in Vietnam: A Nascent Third Sector with Potential for Growth; Phuong Anh Nguyen; Dana R.H. Doan 28. Giving in Australia: Philanthropic Potential Beginning To Be Realized; Wendy Scaife, Katie McDonald; Alexandra Williamson; Valérie Mossel PART III: THEMES AND FINDINGS 29. The Social Origins of the Nonprofit Sector and Charitable Giving; Christopher J. Einolf 30. The Influence of Government Support for the Nonprofit Sector on Philanthropy across Nations; Phuong Anh Nguyen 31. The Influence of Fiscal Incentives on Philanthropy across Nations; Michael Layton 32. The Influence of Religion on Philanthropy across Nations; Anne Birgitta Pessi; Henrietta Grönlund 33. Encouraging Generosity: the Practice and Organization of Fundraising across Nations; Beth Breeze; Wendy Scaife 34. The Practice of Philanthropy: The Facilitating Factors from a Cross-National Perspective; Pamala Wiepking; Femida Handy

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