Pragmatic Philanthropy: Asian Charity Explained

Springer, 2018年1月10日 - 173 頁
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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關於作者 (2018)

Ruth A. Shapiro is Chief Executive of the Centre for Asian Philanthropy and Society (CAPS), a research and advisory organization based in Hong Kong. She was also the founder and chief executive of the Asia Business Council. She is the author of The Real Problem Solvers, as well as a co-author of Building Energy Efficiency.

Manisha Mirchandani was a Project Director at the Centre for Asian Philanthropy and Society. She has also worked with The Economist Group and The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU).

Heesu Jang is a Research Associate for the Centre for Asian Philanthropy and Society. Heesu worked for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and for Bloomberg.