Browsing Lilly Family School of Philanthropy by Title

Browsing Lilly Family School of Philanthropy by Title

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  • Mesch, Debra J.; Moore, Zach; Ottoni-Wilhelm, Mark (2010)
    Little has been written on the role of gender in Jewish philanthropy, and there is even less empirical research on gender differences between Jewish men and women, or between Jews and non-Jews by gender. This study examines ...
  • Mesch, Debra; Ottoni-Wilhelm, Mark; Moore, Zach (2010)
    Little has been written on the role of gender in Jewish philanthropy, and there is even less empirical research on gender differences between Jewish men and women, or between Jews and non-Jews by gender. This study examines ...
  • Dorff, Elliot N. (2008)
    © 2008 by Elliot N. Dorff Excerpts of more than 100 words from this publication may not be reproduced without permission. Editorial questions and permission inquiries may be addressed to: Publications Department The ...
  • Goodwin, Jamie (MDPI, 2018)
    In Cuba and the United States, Protestant institutions exist that are both reflective and nonreflective about their culture’s influence on belief and practice. The case of Cuba sheds light on how Christian churches and ...
  • Women's Philanthropy Institute (2017-03)
    What are your DREAMS for philanthropy? How do you DARE to take risks and embrace change? What does it mean in the 21st century for women to DO philanthropy? How do we prepare today for future challenges? What skills do we ...
  • Bearman, Jessica; Franklin, Jason (2018-11-13)
    This study provides an in-depth exploration of giving circle hosting. Findings are based on survey data from 86 organizations, two-thirds (57) of which host one or more giving circles. The study also benefts from nine ...
  • Osili, Una; Ackerman, Jacqueline; Li, Yannan (2014-12)
    This study investigates the impact of economic factors on the number of charitable gifts of one million dollars or more within the United States using the Million Dollar List dataset. We investigate key donor groups: ...
  • Ottoni-Wilhelm, Mark (2009)
  • Ottoni-Wilhelm, Mark (2007)
  • Mesch, Debra; Rooney, Patrick; Steinberg, Kathryn; Denton, Brian (2006-12)
    The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of race, gender, and marital status on giving and volunteering behavior. A second purpose is to examine these effects across different survey methodologies. Using data ...
  • Rooney, Patrick; Mesch, Debra; Chin, William; Steinberg, Kathryn (2003-05-16)
    This study examines the effects of race and gender on philanthropy and interaction effects between race or gender and survey methodologies. Results indicate differences in philanthropic behaviors by gender but not by race. ...
  • Herzog, Patricia Snell; Beadle, De Andre’ T. (MDPI, 2018)
    This paper challenges the “spiritual but not religious” (SBNR) category as a methodological artifact caused by interacting two closed-ended survey items into binary combinations. Employing a theoretically rich approach, ...
  • Konrath, Sara H. (2014)
    The purpose of this chapter is to summarize changes in personality traits that have co-occurred with the rise of new social media, and to evaluate the plausibility of the hypothesis that new social media are a partial ...
  • Mesch, Debra; Dwyer, Patrick; Sherrin, Steven; Osili, Una; Bergdoll, Jonathan; Pactor, Andrea; Ackerman, Jacqueline (2018-12-11)
    Using an experimental methodology, the study investigates how social norms can directly influence giving to women’s and girls’ causes. It also examines whether social norms may have differing impacts for men and women. ...
  • Deb, Partha; Wilhelm, Mark; Rooney, Patrick; Brown, Melissa (8/12/2002)
    Giving USA’s annual estimates of charitable giving in the United States are widely used by practitioners, policy-makers, academics, and the media. In addition, each edition’s estimate of giving for the previous year is ...
  • Brown, Melissa S.; Havens, John J.; Rooney, Patrick M. (11/18/2005)
    In a typical year since 2000, Giving USA has estimated that living individuals contributed 75 percent of total charitable gifts and that estates contributed about 7 or 8 percent, with institutional donors donating the ...
  • Brown, Melissa S.; Chin, William S.; Rooney, Patrick M. (2003)
    Estimating corporate giving is an important part of the estimation process for Giving USA and is used independently by a variety of practitioners, policy makers, business leaders, and the media. While Giving USA has changed ...
  • Okten, Cagla; Osili, Una Okonkwo (2004)
    Recent studies suggest that greater community heterogeneity will lead to lower provision of local public goods and less support for governmental income distribution programs towards the needy (Luttmer 2001). Our study ...
  • Wu, Ke; Brown, Melissa S. (11/6/2009)
    Using three waves of the Center on Philanthropy Panel Study, a module of the Panel Study of Income Dynamics, fi elded by the Institute for Social Research at the University of Michigan, we examine characteristics of donors ...

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