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ERIC Number: ED301126
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1988
Pages: 696
Abstractor: N/A
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)
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
Audience: N/A
Language: English
Sponsor: N/A
Authoring Institution: Independent Sector, Washington, DC.; United Way Inst., Washington, DC.