Lilly Family School of Philanthropy: Recent submissions

  • Herzog, Patricia Snell; Bopp, Monica; Watson, Bethany; Hall, Jessica; Sanburn, Karen; Hillier-Geisler, Megan; Fegley, Bryan; Pockette, Chris; Clark, Donna; Albritton, Brenna; Gates, Niki; Klink, Kendra; Brown, Sydney; Wang, Yujue (Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy, 2020-01)
    This report provides an annotated bibliography of all 100 publications published to date on the Transition to Adulthood Supplement (TAS) of the Panel Study of Income Dynamics (PSID). Of these publications, 79 are articles ...
  • Unknown author (2020-04-21)
  • Unknown author (2020-04-21)
    The Women’s Philanthropy Institute’s new research, New Forms of Giving in a Digital Age: Powered by Technology, Creating Community, finds that women give more gifts than men and contribute a greater proportion of dollars ...
  • Unknown author (2020-04-21)
    Women Give 2020 builds on research that shows broad gender differences in how women and men use the Internet and social networks, and how they give. By focusing on technology, this study seeks to understand how women’s ...
  • Unknown author (2020-04-21)
  • Mesch, Debra; Osili, Una; Ackerman, Jacqueline; Bergdoll, Jon; Skidmore, Tessa; Pactor, Andrea (2020-04-21)
    By focusing on technology, Women Give 2020 seeks to understand how women’s greater use of social networks and greater presence in key online spaces might influence philanthropy. This subject resonates in particular with ...
  • Hwang, Hyunseok; Paarlberg, Laurie E. (Wiley, 2019-08)
    Objective This article explores the complex relationships between the energy boom, community economic and demographic conditions, and local philanthropy. This study aims to find direct effects of the energy boom and ...
  • Women's Philanthropy Institute (2020-01-01)
    The Women's Philanthropy Institute examines the key predictors of women's philanthropy.
  • Dwyer, Patrick C.; Chang, Yen-Ping; Hannay, Jason; Algoe, Sara B. (PLOS, 2019-09-05)
    Contrary to the expectations of many, Hillary Clinton lost the 2016 U.S. presidential election. The initial shock to her supporters turned into despair for most, but not everyone was affected equally. We draw from the ...
  • Osili, Una; Clark, Chelsea; Han, Xiao (2019-12-12)
    The underlying data for this research brief is drawn from the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy’s Philanthropy Panel Study (PPS)—a signature research project of the school. The PPS, formerly known as ...
  • Gillespie, Elizabeth (2019-12-10)
    This research extends knowledge of women’s foundations and funds in the U.S. following the publication of a landscape scan of these organizations in May 2019. The landscape scan revealed that women’s foundations and funds ...
  • Gillespie, Elizabeth (2019-12-10)
    An earlier landscape scan of women’s foundations and funds in the U.S. revealed that they use philanthropy to empower women and create positive change that benefits women and the broader community. Change Agents builds on ...
  • Gillespie, Elizabeth (2019-12-10)
    This study adds a much-needed gender focus to grantmaking foundation literature, including new knowledge about the impact of investing in women.
  • Pruitt, Anna; TeKolste, Rebecca (2019-12-03)
    This report seeks to investigate existing research about crowdfunding for nonprofit organizations using the lens of #GivingTuesday as a way to focus on the questions, concerns, and potential for this relatively new tool ...
  • Clark, Chelsea; Han, Xiao; Osili, Una (2019-10-22)
    This report presents a detailed analysis of shifts in American household giving from the year 2000 to 2016, which includes information about giving behaviors from before (2000-2008) and after (2010-2016) the Great Recession ...
  • Mesch, Debra; Osili, Una; Skidmore, Tessa; Bergdoll, Jonathan; Ackerman, Jacqueline; Pactor, Andrea (2019-10-03)
    Partially due to the absence of a technical definition of giving to women and girls—such as a formal subsector classification—this area of philanthropy has not been rigorously studied. Therefore, it has not been possible ...
  • Unknown author (2019-10-03)
  • Osili, Una; Horvath, Kinga Zsofia; Bergdoll, Jonathan (2019-07)
    This project has four main goals. First, it expands knowledge on U.S. cross-border philanthropy to promote achievement of the objectives of the U.S. Government (USFS, USAID, and others) and the school. Second, it provides ...
  • Osili, Una; Horvath, Kinga Zsofia; Zarins, Sasha; Kou, Xiaonan; Staashelm, Jennifer; Sherrin, Steven; Mohseni, Afsoon; Vaughan, Edward (2019-02)
    As philanthropic organizations play an increasingly important role in societies around the world, the research on philanthropy – from giving and volunteering practices to regulatory frameworks to digital innovations – has ...
  • Dale, Elizabeth J.; Watkins, Betsy; Mesch, Debra; Osili, Una; Bergdoll, Jonathan; Pactor, Andrea; Ackerman, Jacqueline; Skidmore, Tessa (2019-07-23)
    To date, studies of women’s funds and foundations have been qualitative in nature, and have studied the organizations more than their donors. This study examines, in a comprehensive and quantitative manner, the impact ...

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