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Tag: Altruism

 

Understanding why people behave unselfishly

 
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Individual Giving

If It Does Good, Feel It

By Adrienne Day | Feb. 18, 2015
 

Impact Investing

So You Want to Invest to Make Impact?

Then stop insisting on market rate returns.

By Bhagwan Chowdhry & Shaun Davies | 1 | Nov. 21, 2014
 

Philanthropy

How Giving Keeps on Giving

Reviewed By Kieran Healy | Nov. 19, 2014
 
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Philanthropy

As Giving Goes Global

By Adrienne Day | Aug. 13, 2014
 
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Nonprofit Management

Leading Against the Odds

The best social change leaders take risks when they need to, but they know better than to sacrifice themselves for the cause.

By Aspen Baker | 3 | Jul. 7, 2014
 

Individual Giving

Not “Better Than Nothing”

By Adrienne Day | May. 14, 2014
 

The Science Behind Compassion

Featuring James Doty | May. 12, 2014
 

Global Issues

From Service Learning to Learning Service

Personal development and global development are intrinsically linked, but our current service-learning model might need flipping on its head.

By Claire Bennett & Daniela Papi | 6 | Apr. 8, 2014
 

Individual Giving

What Charity Navigator Gets Wrong About Effective Altruism

Why we can and must try to answer the question: What charities do the most good?

By William MacAskill | 24 | Dec. 3, 2013
 

Philanthropy

The Elitist Philanthropy of So-Called Effective Altruism

The superficially enticing “logic” of effective altruism ultimately leads to a moralistic, hyper-rationalistic, top-down approach to philanthropy that can kill the very altruistic spirit it claims to foster.

By Ken Berger & Robert M. Penna | 50 | Nov. 25, 2013