Philanthropy

Past Projects
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At two meetings in 1998 and 1999, participants identified potential connections between for-profit and not-for-profit arts. Benefits of collaboration between these two include shared risk and resources, development of niche audiences, increased nurturing of emerging talent, and developmen...
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This 1998 project explored the challenges facing the rapidly changing non-profit and philanthropic sectors in America as well as the wider societal transformations that shaped their roles.  Participants recommended strategies for strengthening accountability in the sector and encouraged s...
Publications
This 1998 project explored the challenges facing the rapidly changing non-profit and philanthropic sectors in America as well as the wider societal transformations that shaped their roles.  Participants recommended strategies for strengthening accountability in the sector and encouraged s...
The 1998 book Philanthropy and the Nonprofit Sector in a Changing America explored the challenges facing the rapidly changing non-profit and philanthropic sectors in America as well as the wider societal transformations that shaped their roles.  The authors sought out strategies for st...
At two meetings in 1998 and 1999, participants identified potential connections between for-profit and not-for-profit arts. Benefits of collaboration between these two include shared risk and resources, development of niche audiences, increased nurturing of emerging talent, and development...
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James Steinberg

James Steinberg  is Dean and Professor of Social Science, International Affairs, and Law at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University. He served as Deputy Secretary of State from 2009-2011 and the Dept. of State Deputy National Security Advisor to President Bill Clinton. He was previously the Dean of the Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin and cosponsor of The American Assembly's Next Generation Project.