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Featured Contributor: Susan Raymond, Ph.D.

By Tom Watson on May 1, 2007No Comment
 

Featured Contributor: Susan Raymond, Ph.D.

Mapping the New World of American Philanthropy

Mapping the New World of American Philanthropy : Causes and Consequences of the Transfer of Wealth
Susan U. Raymond, Ph.D.
ISBN: 0-470-08038-8
Hardcover
288 pages
Generational Transfer of Wealth offers clear insight into the anticipated transfer of wealth between generations, and its practical implications for philanthropy in regards to demographics, the expected trends, the potential impact on the nonprofit system, the impact on governmental policy, and the expanding role of family foundations, women, and donor-advised funds. Noted industry expert Susan Raymond, as well as other field leaders, provide candid insights into what is likely to happen and how nonprofits can prepare.
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The Future of Philanthropy: Economics, Ethics, and Management

This book speaks to the practice of philantrophy of tommorow, and the issues that will shape the philantrophic and nonprofit environment just over the horizon. Written as a series of short essays—the busy manager or board memeber can tackle with limited time. The essays are not merely statements of existing conditions or ruminations on the values of service rather they raise unsettling questions about the very assumptions upon which nonprofits are built and from which philanthropic dollars flow. The book is intended to provoke thoughtful debate as well as illuminate elusive objective data.
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Nonprofit Hospitals in America: Lives, Jobs and Philanthropy

Nonprofit Hospitals in America: Lives, Jobs and Philanthropy
Susan U. Raymond, Ph.D.Chief Analyst, OnPhilanthropy.com
Changing Our World, Inc. and onPhilanthropy announce the release of Nonprofit Hospitals in America: Lives, Jobs and Philanthropy. This study combines an in-depth examination of the trends in and economic impact of America’s nonprofit hospital industry with data on the fundamental role of philanthropy in sustaining its vitality.

Written and researched by Dr. Susan Raymond, the report addresses contemporary and emergent issues in the nonprofit hospital industry. Topics include the challenges of competing with privatized institutions, the mounting costs of uncompensated healthcare, the direct and indirect output and labor multipliers of hospitals on the community and economy, the shortcomings of current philanthropic efforts to meet the growing costs of technology and advancement in healthcare, and more.
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Articles by Susan Raymond, Ph.D.

  • Time to Look Up
  • Hang On for the Ride? Not Enough
  • The Coming Paradigm Shift in Philanthropy: It’s Not About the Money
  • When It Comes to US Giving, What Do We Really Know?
  • Growing Up Global, Part 5: Innovation Marks Europe’s Robust Philanthropic Growth
  • Preparing for the Philanthropic Future of Higher Education
  • Global Philanthropy, Part 3: Emerging from the Ashes of Conflict
  • For What?
  • Global Philanthropy, Part 2: Philanthropy in Latin America: Past Traditions, Future Innovations
  • Global Philanthropy, Part 1: Growing Up Global: Philanthropy Matures Around the World – Part I: Why Going Local Matters
  • Why Mr. Gore Chose Venture Capital and Not the Nonprofit World: The Environmental Social Commons Transitions to the Marketplace
  • Philanthropy’s Opportunity to Exit the Stage: Do Skills Block the Way?
  • The Opportunity to Change Roles Mid-Act: Does Scale Provide Philanthropy’s Cue?
  • Why We Are Not As Boring As We Make Ourselves Out To Be
  • The New Form 990: Tough Love in Philanthropy
  • Searching for Significance in the New Philanthropy
  • Philanthropy’s Struggle in Health Care: Nonprofit Hospitals in America: Lives, Jobs and Philanthropy
  • Has Philanthropy Abandoned the Needy?
  • Fundraising and Philanthropy: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow
  • Rumors of the Death of Arts Philanthropy Are Wildly Exaggerated
  • Philanthropy and Civil Society: The Clash of Currents
  • An Opportunity to Create Leadership
  • Three Wishes for the Growth Genie: Our Sector Confronts Expansion
  • Google’s Philanthropy
  • An Open Letter to Warren Buffett
  • Minority Philanthropy: The Future Has Arrived
  • Faith in America: The Philanthropic Context…
  • We Still Haven’t Found What We’re Looking For
  • Measure for (Wrong) Measure
  • American Philanthropy and the 21st Century: A Plea for the World of Ideas
  • The Role of Hospital Foundations in Health Care Philanthropy and Finance
  • From Relief to Rebuilding: A Modest Proposal for American Philanthropy
  • The Globalization of Philanthropy: Immigrants in the Forefront
  • How Important Is the Nonprofit Sector to Health Care?
  • The Hidden Cost of Accountability
  • Venture Philanthropy Revisited
  • Giving Alone: Is Your Philanthropy Between You and Your God or You and Your Community?
  • The UN Moves to the Passing Lane: Future Public Expectations for American Philanthropy
  • Employment and America’s Future: Facing the Educational Facts
  • Post Industrial America: Changing Social Structure, Enduring Opportunity
  • An Aging Population Leans on the Arm of Its New Immigrants
  • Philanthropy and a Changing World Part II: Tracking the American Economy
  • Navigating the Future: Philanthropy and a Changing World
  • The Tax Man Cometh – Should Nonprofits Pay?
  • Is Philanthropy Unethical?
  • Charity for Charity Care – A Difficult Choice
  • Old Hats and Chapeaux Nouveaus: Nonprofit Standards go Global
  • Philanthropy and Access to Care: Poor Alignment of Need and Resources
  • Should Philanthropy Meddle with Markets for MDs?
  • The Courage to Look Up
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