Browsing Research by Author "Steinberg, Richard"

Browsing Research by Author "Steinberg, Richard"

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  • Steinberg, Richard; Wilhelm, Mark (2003-06)
    This paper provides a summary of what is known from social science research about the effects parents have on the donations of their children. It then goes on to summarize two on-going research projects. The first project ...
  • Steinberg, Richard; Wilhelm, Mark; Rooney, Patrick; Brown, Eleanor (12/30/2002)
    In this paper, we employ a unique new data set (the Philanthropy Panel Study (PPS), a module within the Panel Study of Income Dynamics (PSID)) to test whether the propensity to donate out of inherited wealth is equal to ...
  • Ottoni-Wilhelm, Mark; Brown, Eleanor; Rooney, Patrick; Steinberg, Richard (2008-02)
    The Center on Philanthropy Panel Study (COPPS) has provided the first data on the giving of parents and their children. COPPS has found that adult children whose parents give currently are much more likely to be donors ...
  • Steinberg, Richard; Wilhelm, Mark (11/17/2003)
    Serious researchers of philanthropy have bemoaned the lack of panel datasets for studying giving behavior. That gap is beginning to be filled with the start of the Center on Philanthropy Panel Study (COPPS). COPPS provides ...
  • Ottoni-Wilhelm, Mark; Steinberg, Richard (2004)
    In this article, the authors advance the literature on whether apparent differences in the giving and volunteering of black versus white, or Hispanic versus other families, are real. They employ new data, COPPS, that help ...
  • Muller, Laurent; Sefton, Martin; Steinberg, Richard; Vesterlund, Lise (2003)
    Voluntary contribution experiments systematically find that contributions decline over time. We use a two-stage voluntary contribution game to investigate whether this decrease is caused by learning or strategic behavior. ...
  • 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 ...

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