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The Resource Pragmatic Philanthropy : Asian Charity Explained, by Ruth A. Shapiro, Manisha Mirchandani, Heesu Jang

Pragmatic Philanthropy : Asian Charity Explained, by Ruth A. Shapiro, Manisha Mirchandani, Heesu Jang

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Pragmatic Philanthropy : Asian Charity Explained
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Pragmatic Philanthropy
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Asian Charity Explained
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by Ruth A. Shapiro, Manisha Mirchandani, Heesu Jang
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eng
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This book is open access under a CC BY 4.0 license. This cutting edge text considers how Asian philanthropists and charitable organizations break with Western philanthropic traditions and examines the key traits and trends that make social investment in Asia unique. Based on 30 case studies of excellent social delivery organizations (SDOs) and social enterprises as well as interviews with ultra-high net-worth individuals throughout Asia, this book examines which characteristics and strategies lead to successful philanthropy and social delivery organizations. Providing evidence based findings on philanthropy, social investment and social delivery organizations in Asia, this book provides invaluable resources for those wishing to deepen their understanding of the sector and what this means for political and economic development in the region.--
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Shapiro, Ruth A.,
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361.3
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  • Mirchandani, Manisha,
  • Jang, Heesu,
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  • Social sciences
  • Ethnology
  • Business ethics
  • Social structure
  • Equality
  • Social sciences
  • Social service
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Pragmatic Philanthropy : Asian Charity Explained, by Ruth A. Shapiro, Manisha Mirchandani, Heesu Jang
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  • Intro; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Contents; List of Authors; Chapter 1: Asian Philanthropy Explained; The "Asian Way"; A "Trust Deficit"; An Empirical Analysis; Why Case Studies?; Chapter 2: Old Money-The History of Giving in Asia; India; Philippines; South Korea; China; Taiwan; Japan; Singapore; Hong Kong; Thailand; Indonesia; Malaysia; Chapter 3: Changing Laws or Taxing Changes: Policies in Flux; Increasing Local Philanthropy; Conclusion; Chapter 4: Philanthropists in Asia: What Do They Want? What Do They Get?; Rely on Your Own Network; Faith-based Funding; Do It on Your Own
  • Fund Foreign and Reputable OrganizationsConclusion; Chapter 5: Who Do You Know SDO? Relationships Matter; Well-connected: Pre-existing Relationships; Bypassing the Trust Deficit; Conclusions: Strategies for Guanxi in the Social Delivery Sector; Chapter 6: Government, Here to Help!; Reimagining the Social Contract; For Service Delivery; As JV Partners; As Venture Funders; As Hybrid; For Policy Change; As National Expert; As Bellwether; To Scale; Conclusion: Strategies for Government Engagement; Chapter 7: Not Just Giving: How Do Companies Play?
  • Chapter 8: Impact Investing in Asia: Just Getting StartedImpact Investing and Asia; Governments Join In; Social Enterprises; Hybrid Projects; Conclusion; Chapter 9: A New Social Contract; Selected Bibliography; Index
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9789811071195
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(OCoLC)1021187734
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Pragmatic Philanthropy : Asian Charity Explained, by Ruth A. Shapiro, Manisha Mirchandani, Heesu Jang
Publication
Antecedent source
mixed
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not applicable
Contents
  • Intro; Foreword; Acknowledgments; Contents; List of Authors; Chapter 1: Asian Philanthropy Explained; The "Asian Way"; A "Trust Deficit"; An Empirical Analysis; Why Case Studies?; Chapter 2: Old Money-The History of Giving in Asia; India; Philippines; South Korea; China; Taiwan; Japan; Singapore; Hong Kong; Thailand; Indonesia; Malaysia; Chapter 3: Changing Laws or Taxing Changes: Policies in Flux; Increasing Local Philanthropy; Conclusion; Chapter 4: Philanthropists in Asia: What Do They Want? What Do They Get?; Rely on Your Own Network; Faith-based Funding; Do It on Your Own
  • Fund Foreign and Reputable OrganizationsConclusion; Chapter 5: Who Do You Know SDO? Relationships Matter; Well-connected: Pre-existing Relationships; Bypassing the Trust Deficit; Conclusions: Strategies for Guanxi in the Social Delivery Sector; Chapter 6: Government, Here to Help!; Reimagining the Social Contract; For Service Delivery; As JV Partners; As Venture Funders; As Hybrid; For Policy Change; As National Expert; As Bellwether; To Scale; Conclusion: Strategies for Government Engagement; Chapter 7: Not Just Giving: How Do Companies Play?
  • Chapter 8: Impact Investing in Asia: Just Getting StartedImpact Investing and Asia; Governments Join In; Social Enterprises; Hybrid Projects; Conclusion; Chapter 9: A New Social Contract; Selected Bibliography; Index
Control code
on1021187734
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource (XVI, 173 pages)
File format
multiple file formats
Form of item
online
Isbn
9789811071195
Level of compression
uncompressed
Note
SpringerLink
Other physical details
online resource
Quality assurance targets
absent
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access
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1021187734

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