Global Philanthropy Environment Index

Global Philanthropy Environment Index

 

The 2018 Global Philanthropy Environment Index is the world’s largest and most comprehensive effort to document the state of global philanthropy and the factors that enhance or inhibit its success. The index was previously the product of the renowned Hudson Institute, under the title The Index of Philanthropic Freedom.

Recent Submissions

  • Badertscher, Kathi (2018)
    According to the latest censuses in Canada (2011) and the United States (2010), Christianity, in its various denominations is the most represented religion in both countries (67.28% in Canada, and 76% in the United States).
  • Aina, Tade Akin (2018)
    The Sub-Saharan Africa region contains 53 countries with an estimated total population of 1.03 billion (UN Statistics, 2017, World Bank, 2016). Kenya, Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa, Tanzania and Zimbabwe account for 36.5 ...
  • Evans, Van (2018)
    Political corruption, social inequality and informal employment are three of the most important challenges and obstacles for sustainable development in Latin American societies.
  • Unknown author (2018)
    The Central Asia and South Caucasus region for the Global Philanthropy Environment Index includes seven of the economies that were part of the Soviet Union before its disintegration in late 1991. These economies are Armenia, ...
  • Barnett, Jesse; Russell, Kimberly (2015)
    The Index of Philanthropic Freedom 2015 is the first analysis of philanthropic freedom across the world. By examining barriers and incentives for individuals and organizations to donate money and time to social causes, the ...
  • Spantchak, Yulya; Marano, Kacie; Norris, Jeremiah (2013)
    This pilot study, carried out over the last two years, set out to measure a country’s philanthropic freedom or ease of giving. We identified, measured, and compared countries on their incentives and barriers to philanthropic ...