A defense of Effective Altruism raises the question of just how effective that movement can be.
Can the history of a century-old foundation amount to more than the sum of its grants?
Those who engage in altruistic behavior reap benefits that are significant and measurable, two sociologists argue.
The new book Scarcity provides critical insights for designing better anti-poverty programs, but not for allocating scarce philanthropic resources.
The disruptive force of the "new philanthropy" holds the promise of helping to reduce inequality. But will it actually do so?
Do More Than Give: The Six Practices of Donors Who Change the World by Leslie R. Crutchfield, John V. Kania, & Mark R. Kramer