ERIC Number: ED301126
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1988
Reference Count: N/A
Looking Forward to the Year 2000: Public Policy and Philanthropy. Working Papers, Spring Research Forum (San Francisco, California, March 17-18, 1988).
Independent Sector, Washington, DC.; United Way Inst., Washington, DC.
Forty-six working papers for presentation at a research forum on public policy and philanthropy are presented. Thirteen sections include the following topics: (1) looking forward to the year 2000: public policy and philanthropy (e.g. "Rationales for Tax Exemption," by Harvey P. Dale); (2) shifting boundaries among the sectors (e.g. "The Shifting Boundaries of the Independent Sector," by Jon Van Til); (3) accountability issues (e.g. "Accountability of the Independent Sector," by Marion R. Fremont-Smith); (4) public policy and nonprofit organizations (e.g. "Advocacy Movements for Children Since 1960," by Robert H. Bremner); (5) values and ethics (e.g. "Motivations for Giving and Voluntary Service," by Eugene J. Webb and Morris E. Eson); (6) demographic trends and new information about the sector (e.g. "The Future World of Work: Impact on the Independent Sector," by Linda J. Forbes); (7) philanthropy, public policy and the poor (e.g. "Public Needs, Private Response: Patterns in the Eighties," by Donna L. Chmielewski); (8) financing nonprofit organizations (e.g. "The Prospects for Volunteering Over the Next Five Years," by Robert J. O'Connor and Rebecca S. Johnson); (9) regional and community issues (e.g. "Regional Generosity and Civic Commitment," by Julian Wolpert); (10) public policy among major subsectors (e.g. "Private Higher Education: Public Policy and the Competition Issue," by Margot Stern Strom and Alan L. Stoskopf); (11) the nonprofit sector abroad (e.g. "The Public Sector and the Private: Organizational Choice and the Third Sector in Europe," by Helmut K. Anheir); (12) issues in corporate giving (e.g. "Cause-Related Marketing: Here to Stay or a Passing Fad?" by Kathleen A. Krentler); and (13) foundation issues and public policy (e.g. "Foundations and the Shaping of Public Policy," by James A. Smith). (SM)
Descriptors: Citizen Participation, Corporate Support, Demography, Donors, Educational Assessment, Educational Finance, Ethics, Higher Education, Institutional Mission, Nonprofit Organizations, Philanthropic Foundations, Private Financial Support, Public Policy, School Business Relationship, Values
Independent Sector, 1828 L Street, N.W., Washington, DC 20036 ($75.00 prepaid).
Publication Type: Opinion Papers; Reports - Descriptive; Collected Works - General
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Independent Sector, Washington, DC.; United Way Inst., Washington, DC.