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  • Wilhelm, Mark Ottoni; Hungerman, Daniel M. (12/5/2007)
    This paper estimates the effects of three federal tax acts—the Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001 (H.R. 1836), the Jobs and Growth Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2003 (H.R. 2), and the Working ...
  • Hodge, James (3/22/2012)
    The material to spiritual transformation of philanthropy
  • Osili, Una Okonkwo; Du, Dan (2005)
    Will immigration impact economic progress and social cohesion in host countries? One indicator that can shed new light on the complex process of immigrant assimilation is charitable giving. Charitable giving and other ...
  • Osili, Una; Zarins, Sasha; Bergdoll, Jonathan; Kou, Xionan; Grossnickle, Ted; Schipp, Dan; Canada, Andy; Ardillo, Tim; Ernst, Lee; Knutson, Juli; Coleman, Abigail; Walker, Vernetta (2018-02-20)
    Diversity on nonprofit boards in the United States has been widely studied. A great deal of research has focused on this area, exploring topics such as the level of diversity, the motivations for increased diversity, and ...
  • Eikenberry, Angela M.; Bearman, Jessica; Han, Hao; Brown, Melissa; Jensen, Courtney (2009-05)
  • Eikenberry, Angela M.; Bearman, Jessica; Brown, Melissa; Han, Hao; Jensen, Courtney (2009)
  • Rooney, Patrick; Osili, Una; Bhakta, Reema; Raghavan, Sindhu; Davis Kalugyer, Adriene; Hyatte, Cynthia (2011-10)
    As the United States addresses economic challenges following a deep recession, both President Obama and Congress are considering new tax policies to stimulate economic growth and reduce the federal government’s budget ...
  • Center for Global Prosperity, Hudson Institute, Dr. Carol Adelman; Fairbank, Alan; Norris, Jeremiah; Rollins, Karina; Cleland, Catherine; Rollins, Karina; Grayson, Samantha; Weicher, Jean (2006)
    This book is the first comprehensive guide to the sources and magnitude of American charity abroad. It reveals that private aid in 2004 -- in the form of money, volunteer time, goods, and expertise to the developing world ...
  • Center for Global Prosperity, Hudson Institute, Dr. Carol Adelman; Norris, Jeremiah; Siegel, Judith; Rollins, Karina; Grayson, Samantha (2007)
    The 2007 index presents a comparison of all developed countries' aid -- government as well as private -- to the developing world. The new index reveals that U.S. private giving in 2005 (latest available data), in the form ...
  • Center for Global Prosperity, Hudson Institute, Dr. Carol Adelman; Norris, Jeremiah; Siegel, Judith; Delamaide, Darrell; Grayson, Samantha (2008)
    Provides an annual update on the sources and scope of U.S. and international private giving to the developing world. Highlights trends in government aid, private philanthropy and investment, public-private partnerships, ...
  • Center for Global Prosperity, Hudson Institute, Dr. Carol Adelman; Norris, Jeremiah; Siegel, Judith; Miller, Patricia; Metcalf, Heidi; Baker, David; Spantchak, Yulya (2009)
    In the ever-changing world of international development, the Center for Global Prosperity (CGP) has made its own changes, among them a new name for its premier publication. It has become the Index of Global Philanthropy ...
  • Center for Global Prosperity, Hudson Institute, Dr. Carol Adelman; Norris, Jeremiah; Spantchak, Yulya; Miller, Patricia; Little, Heidi (2010)
    Philanthropy to the developing world remained steady in 2008 and remittances continued to grow—despite the global recession and dire forecasts—providing a much needed lifeline to poor people throughout the world. And they ...
  • Center for Global Prosperity, Hudson Institute, Dr. Carol Adelman; Norris, Jeremiah; Spantchak, Yulya; Marano, Kacie; Miller, Patricia (2011)
    Several years into the financial slowdown that has reshaped the global economy, it is clear that private financial flows have proved their staying power in terms of international assistance. Overall, private financial flows ...
  • Center for Global Prosperity, Hudson Institute, Dr. Carol Adelman; Norris, Jeremiah; Spantchak, Yulya; Marano, Kacie; Miller, Patricia (2012)
    A new philosophy has taken hold in the world of international development and is succeeding in rewriting the rules of the game about how to achieve sustainable reductions in poverty. Key to this philosophy is robust financial ...
  • Center for Global Prosperity, Hudson Institute, Dr. Carol Adelman; Marano, Kacie; Norris, Jeremiah; Spantchak, Yulya (2013)
    The 2013 Index of Global Philanthropy and Remittances breaks new ground by measuring and analyzing the financial flows of emerging economies to the developing world, including philanthropy, remittances, government aid, ...
  • Center for Global Prosperity, Hudson Institute, Dr. Carol Adelman; Riskin, Elias; Schwartz, Bryan (2016)
    The Center for Global Prosperity (CGP) at the Hudson Institute is pleased to present the 2016 Index of Global Philanthropy and Remittances. Over a 10-year period, the ninth edition of the Index reports on the sources and ...
  • Center for Global Prosperity, Hudson Institute, Dr. Carol Adelman; Russell, Kimberly; Barnett, Jesse (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 ...
  • Brown, Melissa S.; Rooney, Patrick M. (11/18/2005)
    Average itemized charitable deductions by state are widely used as a measure of giving yet grossly misstate “generosity.” Extending a model initially developed by Gittell and Tebaldi (2004), this work finds that when ...
  • IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy (2008)
  • Unknown author (2018-07-24)
    With an unprecedented number of people retiring in the United States today, it is important for the philanthropic sector to understand how retirement affects charitable giving. This study is the first known scholarly ...

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