Browsing Lilly Family School of Philanthropy by Title

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  • Anonymous (2018)
    Although small unregistered organizations operate in Thailand, like working groups, associations and foundations must be registered with the Thai Ministry of Interior and get government approval. According to McQuistan, ...
  • van Veen, Prof.Dr. Wino J.M. (2018)
    The formation of POs is free from governmental involvement and is considered to be an act of civil law. Registration with the Trade register is compulsory only for POs if they are incorporated by notarial deed. POs that ...
  • Ersen, Tevfik Basak; Varon, Liana; Tekmen, Hilal (2018)
    The legal framework only recognizes the formation of associations and foundations as legal entities. Other forms of collective action (e.g. initiatives, nonprofit companies, groups, networks) are not recognized and are not ...
  • Vinnikov, Oleksandr (2018)
    Ukraine is a unitary republic, and the legal procedures for POs incorporation are the same in all its jurisdictions. Associations, religious organizations and endowments that are not legal entities are allowed in Ukraine. ...
  • Unknown author (2018)
    UAE is a federal state. Emirates (states), especially Dubai and Sharjah, have separate laws. Article 33 of the Constitution of the UAE guarantees the freedom of assembly and association; however, philanthropic organizations ...
  • Morris, Debra (2018)
    Individuals may act collectively through unregistered groups and may pursue any legal purposes. Charities (a defined sub-set of POs) can only pursue a charitable purpose, which does not include political purposes. They are ...
  • Lenkowsky, Leslie (2018)
    Americans generally have a considerable degree of freedom in forming POs, including Constitutional protection of “freedom of association.” People wishing to act collectively do not need to obtain legal recognition in ...
  • Pousadela, Inés (2018)
    Individuals in Uruguay are free to form organizations, and there are no restrictions on the types or purposes of philanthropic organizations, as long as they are not-for-profit. The country, however, lacks a unified legal ...
  • Carrillo, Marcos (2018)
    The Constitution recognizes the right of freedom of assembly, political participation, freedom of expression, and a number of other human rights protecting POs and their members. Likewise, the law establishes the means to ...
  • Vu, Anh Ngoc (2018)
    In Vietnam, there is a grid of laws, regulations and administrative decrees put in place to regulate and control associations. Most of these legal documents were created in ad-hoc ways, meaning that they were issued simply ...
  • Mswelanto, Thulani (2018)
    The Zimbabwe government makes it difficult to register philanthropic organizations. Because of this, a considerable number of philanthropic organizations in the governance and human rights sector operate without being ...
  • Baggetta, Matthew (2012)
    Scholars since Tocqueville have considered voluntary associations “schools of democracy” that causally impact the civic characteristics of their members. Critics of the perspective have argued that apparent causal effects ...
  • Dykstra, Craig (3/27/2014)
    In these remarks reflecting on his 23 years of religious grant making on behalf of the largest religious grantor in the United States, Dr. Dykstra noted that two questions shaped his approach to his work: (1) What does it ...
  • Shawna, L. Anderson; Martinez, Jessica Hamar; Hoegeman, Catherine; Adler, Gary; Chaves, Mark (2008)
  • Mesch, Debra; Rooney, Patrick (4/8/2008)
    The purpose of our study is to address the following research questions: (1) What are the significant determinants of compensation for individuals who are employed as fundraising professionals in nonprofits? More specifically, ...
  • Konrath, Sara; Handy, Femida (Sage, 2017)
    In this article, we develop and validate a comprehensive self-report scale of why people make charitable donations, relying on a theoretical model of private versus public benefits to donors. In Study 1, we administered ...
  • Konrath, Sara H.; Meier, Brian P.; Bushman, Brad J. (PLOS, 2014-08-05)
    Main Objectives The narcissistic personality is characterized by grandiosity, entitlement, and low empathy. This paper describes the development and validation of the Single Item Narcissism Scale (SINS). Although the use ...
  • Chopik, William J.; O'Brien, Ed; Konrath, Sara H. (Sage, 2017-01)
    Cultural practices socialize people to relate to others in different ways. One critical way in which these interpersonal bonds are formed and maintained is via empathy, our emotional reactivity toward others’ experiences. ...

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