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  • Rooney, Patrick; Osili, Una; Kou, Xianon; Zarins, Sasha; Bergdoll, Jonathan (2017-05-18)
    This study used the Philanthropy Panel Study (PPS), which is the only panel study of philanthropy in America, and data from the Panel Study of Income Dynamics (PSID), which is the largest and longest running panel study ...
  • Steinberg, Richard; Ottoni-Wilhelm, Mark (2003-11)
    In an article prepared for New Directions for Philanthropic Fundraising, Richard Steinberg and Mark Wilhelm summarize the type of data collected in COPPS and provide at least four areas of fundraising practice that can be ...
  • Osili, Una; Clark, Chelsea; Bergdoll, Jonathan (2016-05-19)
    This project examines an underexplored topic—intra-family connections across generations (as opposed to inter-family connections)—and takes it one step further. The study provides a more useful framework for understanding ...
  • IU Lilly Family School of Philanthropy (10/20/2009)
  • Shaker, Genevieve G.; Nathan, Sarah K. (Wiley, 2017)
    Since their earliest days, the U.S. higher education institutions have relied on philanthropic support to achieve their missions. What began as incidental is now a highly organized process of fundraising that accounts for ...
  • Pollak, Thomas; Rooney, Patrick; Hager, Mark (2001)
    There has been growing coverage by the press and the accounting profession about how nonprofits report their management and general costs. There has also been growing attention by some donors, perhaps made most famously ...
  • Dempsey, Amanda F.; Fuhrel-Forbis, Andrea; Konrath, Sara H. (PLOS, 2014-06-14)
    Background Validated measures that can accurate describe young adults’ HPV vaccination attitudes and how these relate to vaccination intention and receipt are needed for developing interventions to improve low HPV ...
  • Hager, Mark; Pollak, Thomas; Rooney, Patrick (2002)
    The desire of individual donors and institutional funders to know how their money is spent, along with the increasing availability of financial information on nonprofit organizations has increased the use and abuse of ...
  • Shaker, Genevieve G.; Christensen, Robert K.; Bergdoll, Jonathan (Wiley, 2017)
    Many US employees are regularly asked to give charitable donations through work. The techniques used to solicit workplace donations vary. Drawing on a nationally representative survey, the study used a sample of donor ...
  • Osili, Una; King, David; Zarins, Sasha; Bergdoll, Jonathan; St. Claire, Mallory; Clark, Chelsea; Austin, Thad; Richardson, Ayana; Littlepage, Laura; Ackerman, Jacqueline; Kou, Xionan; Davenport, Alexis; Tian, Yuan (2018-10-11)
    The Center for FaithJustice (CFJ) offers innovative programs that engage youth in faith, service, and social justice. With the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at IUPUI, they developed a survey to ...
  • Mesch, Debra; Osili, Una; Ackerman, Jacqueline; Dale, Elizabeth (2015-09)
    This study seeks to explore gender differences in the purpose and motivations for charitable giving. We analyze new waves of data from the Philanthropy Panel Study, the Bank of America/U.S. Trust Studies of High Net Worth ...
  • Shaker, Genevieve G.; Borden, Victor M. H.; Kienker, Brittany L. (Sage, 2016-02)
    The phenomenon of workplace giving is underexamined in the scholarly literature; philanthropic gifts by employees to their nonprofit employers have received less attention within national and transnational contexts. This ...

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