Creating Philanthropic Capital Markets: The Deliberate Evolution

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John Wiley & Sons, Apr 26, 2004 - Business & Economics - 288 pages
Through a coherent framework for pursuing such far-ranging changes, this easy-to-understand book addresses new ways for individuals and organizations to invest grant funds, approach regulatory structures that guide giving, and define their goals, activities, outcomes, and achievements. The author applies basic principles of industrial theory and evolution to examine, with a trained scholar’s eye, how individual organizations, associations, and the philanthropic infrastructure can work more effectively.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
1
CHAPTER 1 The Industry of Philanthropy
19
CHAPTER 2 What the Future Could Look Like
41
CHAPTER 3 The Forces of Change
53
CHAPTER 4 Philanthropic Marketplaces
83
CHAPTER 5 Public Support for Philanthropy
119
CHAPTER 6 Evolving the Industry
139
CHAPTER 7 New Nodes on the Network
179
CHAPTER 8 Building New Systems for Social Good
211
COPYRIGHT INFORMATION
225
BIBLIOGRAPHY
227
NOTES
233
INDEX
245
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LUCY BERNHOLZ, PhD, is the founder and President of Blueprint Research & Design, a strategy consulting firm specializing in program research and design for philanthropic foundations. As a noted analyst of the philanthropic industry, she has published numerous articles in the trade and general press, and edited many collections and scholarly journals. A portion of the income from the sales of this book will be dedicated to the Blueprint Research & Design corporate giving program. www.blueprintrd.com

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