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Number of Private Foundations in the United StatesPhilanthropy

2010



http://nccsdataweb.urban.org/PubApps/profileDrillDown.php?state=US&rpt=PF

Source: National Center For Charitable Statistics
Type: Program Annual Report
Occupational Aspirations: What Are G-Rated Films Teaching Children About the World of Work?Business Employment & Leadership

2010

To answer the above question, we content analyzed the portrayal of occupations across every first run G-rated film theatrically released between September 5, 2006 and September 7, 2009.

http://www.thegeenadavisinstitute.org/downloads/KeyFindings_OccupAspirations.pdf

Source: The Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media
Type: Research Report - Non Profit Org
Overcoming the Gender Gap: Women Entrepreneurs As Economic DriversEntrepreneurship & Small Business

2011 September

This paper explores the intersection of two issues that often are thought of separately: the need for sustained economic recovery in the United States, and the status of women’s entrepreneurship. Despite recent gains, women still lag behind men on key measures of startup activity, and their firms tend not to grow or prosper nearly as much. Typically, this is seen as a ―women’s‖ issue. It is framed as a problem to be dealt with for the benefit of women, in the interest of gender equality. In fact, it is an economic issue that affects everyone.

http://www.kauffman.org/uploadedFiles/Growing_the_Economy_Women_Entrepreneurs.pdf

Source: Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation
Type: Research Report - Non Profit Org
Planning For Tomorrow's Boardroom: Making Room for More WomenCorporate Boards

2009 March

ION's 2009 report addresses the broader issue of board evaluation and succession planning. These are increasingly critical issues that provide a useful framework for looking at board composition and the case for increasing the presence of women in the boardroom. The following analysis also suggests ways in which today’s challenges can be turned into opportunities for meaningful change – change that will at the same time strengthen American corporations and open the doors wider for women leaders.

http://www.ionwomen.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/12/ION2009report.pdf

Source: ION
Type: Research Report - Non Profit Org
Pledge to Give Away Fortunes Stirs DebatePhilanthropy

2010 November 10

WITHOUT a doubt, the biggest event in philanthropy this year was the Giving Pledge, a commitment by 40 of the wealthiest Americans to give away at least half of their fortunes, about $600 billion. Now, about three months later, the pledge has not yet visibly inspired new major gifts or attracted additional signatures but has surely created discussion and debate, about the wealthy, their giving and what it says about our society.

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/11/11/giving/11PLEDGE.html?_r=1&scp=1&sq=The Pledge&st=cse

Source: New York Times
Type: Article
Power of Talk: Who Gets Heard and WhyBusiness Employment & Leadership

1995 September

Using research carried out in a variety of workplace settings, linguist Deborah Tannen demonstrates how conversational style often overrides what we say, affecting who gets heard, who gets credit, and what gets done. Tannen's linguistic perspective provides managers with insight into why there is so much poor communication. Gender plays an important role. Tannen traces the ways in which women's styles can undermine them in the workplace, making them seem less competent, confident, and self-assured than they are.

http://hbr.org/product/power-of-talk-who-gets-heard-and-why/an/95510-PDF-ENG

Source: Harvard Business Review
Type: Research Report - Non Profit Org
Power of the Purse: Gender Equality and Middle-Class SpendingEconomic Growth & Development

2009 August 5

In the BRICs and N-11 countries, gender gaps in education, employment, health and political representation are narrowing. At the same time, laws and social norms that have discriminated against women are shifting in many countries.Together, these factors are giving women greater decision-making power. Improving gender equality coincides with the rapid growth of the “global middle class.” Sectors likely to benefit from women’s growing buying power include food, healthcare, education, childcare, apparel, consumer durables and financial services.

http://www2.goldmansachs.com/ideas/global-markets-institute/featured-research/power-of-purse.html

Source: Goldman, Sachs & Co.
Type: Research Report - For Profit Org
Private Sector Leads Donations in ChinaPhilanthropy

2010 November 3

Private-run enterprises donated around 5.43 billion yuan ($812 million) in 2009, which accounted for about 41.35 percent of total donations from enterprises in 2009, according to an annual report on China's philanthropy development released by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences on Tuesday. A total of 282 private-run enterprises donated more than 1 million yuan each, which amounted to 62.9 percent of enterprises involved in charity last year, said the report.

http://english.peopledaily.com.cn/90001/90776/90882/7185943.html

Source: People's Daily Online
Type: Article
PublicationsBusiness Employment & Leadership


ICRW publishes reports, policy briefs, toolkits and position papers on a range of topics for researchers, policymakers, program implementers and others.

http://www.icrw.org/icrw-library

Source: International Center for Research on Women
Type: Research Organization
Quick Facts About NonProfitsPhilanthropy

2011

Fact Sheet about NonProfits and Charitable Giving in the US in 2010.

http://nccs.urban.org/statistics/quickfacts.cfm

Source: National Center for Charitable Statistics
Type: Fact Sheet
Quick Stats on Women Workers 2010Wealth and Economic Clout

2010

Fact Sheet

http://www.dol.gov/wb/factsheets/QS-womenwork2010.htm

Source: US Department of Labor
Type: Fact Sheet
Realizing Success Together, Creating Gender EquityBusiness Employment & Leadership

2008

We know that women must be seen, and their ideas heard, to gain the exposure and experience that leads to career growth. Men and women alike champion our emerging female leaders through formal and informal programs that make a difference in each individual's development.

http://jobs.flexpaths.com/files/upload_files/innovative_people_initiatives_read_more_301_1257252351.pdf

Source: Ernst & Young
Type: Research Report - For Profit Org
Reports And PublicationsBusiness Employment & Leadership


NCRW is a network of 120 leading research, policy and advocacy centers dedicated to improving the lives of women and girls. Their website provides a wide range of reports and publications on all subjects pertaining women and girls.

http://www.ncrw.org/reports-publications

Source: National Council for Research on Women
Type: Research Organization
Research and ResourcesJournalism & Media


In addition to GDI's own research on women and girls in media, the Institute's website provides links to other research on the topic.

http://www.thegeenadavisinstitute.org/research.php

Source: The Geena Davis Institute on Gender in Media
Type: Research Organization
RSF Soical Finance: A New Foundation for Portfolio ManagementBusiness Employment & Leadership

2011

In this paper we will question many of the assumptions that govern investment management policies and practices today, and propose new principles that bring portfolio theory into the 21st century. We envision three primary audiences for this work: • Investors who have a deep desire to radically rethink their investment portfolios based on prudent foundational principles • Investment professionals who have been schooled in Modern Portfolio Theory (MPT), who see the inadequacies in that theory, particularly in the context of current market realities, and who are willing to propose practical changes to the portfolios they manage or advise based on these foundational principles • Academicians who can use and expand these foundational principles to build forward-think- ing portfolio management theses

http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=1&ved=0CB0QFjAA&url=http%3A%2F%2Frsfsocialfinance.org%2Fwp-content%2Fuploads%2Fdownloads%2F2011%2F10%2FA-New-Foundation-for-Portfolio-Management.pdf&ei=MwjdTuaRNoeZiQKK2a3JCQ&usg=AFQjCNFzENTheP1lN7xxOjFvRH5W_UM5eQ

Source: RSF Soical Finance
Type: Research Report- Non Profit Org
Seeing Beyond the Woman: An Interview With A Pioneering Academic and Board MemberCorporate Boards

2008 September

Sandra Dawson has often surprised even herself by the jobs she has taken on throughout her career. The result has been a rich mix of UK-based academic, government, and business roles where, as a woman, she has often been one of a small minority. In this interview, she addressesthe changing role of women in business over the last 40 years.

http://www.mckinseyquarterly.com/Interviews/Seeing_beyond_the_woman_An_interview_with_a_pioneering_academic_and_board_member_2194

Source: McKinsey & Company
Type: Article
Academia & Education
Skirting the BoardsCorporate Boards

2009 June 14

Shortly after Norway proposed a law forcing listed companies to have women as 40 per cent of their directors, Mimi Berdal's telephone started ringing off the hook. The former corporate lawyer was contacted by many of the 500 or so companies that were scrambling to fill their boards with the requisite number of women.

http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/c6d8c8a2-5902-11de-80b3-00144feabdc0,dwp_uuid=d7b5a5de-07de-11de-8a33-0000779fd2ac.html

Source: Financial Times
Type: Article
Smart Women Equal Stronger CompaniesBusiness Employment & Leadership

2009 September 15

Despite today's tough marketplace, far-seeing firms are building bench strength through programs that help women claim and sustain their career ambitions.

http://www.forbes.com/2009/09/15/wall-street-layoffs-gender-forbes-woman-leadership-management.html

Source: Forbes
Type: Article
Social Savvy Boosts the Collective Intelligence of GroupsBusiness Employment & Leadership

2010 October 1

People who are good at solving one type of brainteaser tend to excel at a variety of mental calisthenics—support, many psychologists say, for the concept of general intelligence. A study published online this week in Science extends this concept to groups of people, arguing that groups have a "collective intelligence" that predicts their performance on a range of collaborative tasks.

http://www.sciencemag.org/content/330/6000/22.summary

Source: Science Magazine
Type: Article
Status of the World's WomenBusiness Employment & Leadership

2009

Gender equality produces a double dividend because it benefits both women and children. Healthy, educated and empowered women have healthy, educated and confident children. Through gender equality women can not only live full and productive lives, they can also improve the lives of their children, their families, and the society they are part of.

http://www.womensfundingnetwork.org/sites/wfnet.org/files/StatusofWorldsWomen_WFN.pdf

Source: Women's Funding Network
Type: Research Report - Non Profit Org
Still Lonely At The TopBusiness Employment & Leadership

2011 July 21

Several governments are threatening to impose quotas for women in the boardroom. This is a bad idea.

http://www.economist.com/node/18988694?story_id=18988694

Source: The Economist
Type: Article
Succession Planning and Diversity: A Winning Combination in Troubled TimesCorporate Boards

2008

The number and percentage of women directors of the 100 largest public companies in MA have declined over the past year, and more companies now have no women on their boards. However, current economic and credit conditions provide a compelling reason to move ahead with succession planning and change in the boardroom. Diverse boards and executive suites are part of the solution to stronger, innovative and competitive companies in the future.

http://www.thebostonclub.com/userfiles/file/TheBostonClub2008Census.pdf

Source: The Boston Club
Type: Research Report - Non Profit Org
Talking Leadership: Conversations with Powerful WomenBusiness Employment & Leadership

1999
Mary S. Hartman

13 conversations with women "practitioners" of leadership from a variety of fields that encourage readers to expand their definition of who a "leader" is and can be.

http://rutgerspress.rutgers.edu/acatalog/__Talking_Leadership_290.html

Source: http://www.amazon.com/Talking-Leadership-Conversations-Powerful-
Type: Book
The 2010 Most Powerful Women ... and 2011?Business Employment & Leadership

2010 September 29

Blog posting on the latest rankings and report of who is on the rise and may make the cut next year.

http://postcards.blogs.fortune.cnn.com/2010/09/29/the-2010-most-powerful-women-and-2011/

Source: Fortune
Type: Blog Entry
The 2011 Study of High Net Worth Women's Philanthropy and The Impact of Women's Giving NetworksPhilanthropy

2011

The 2011 Study of High Net Worth Women’s Philanthropy is the fourth in the series of Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s research reports that offer new insights into the philanthropic attitudes and behaviors of wealthy donors. Conducted by the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University for Bank of America Merrill Lynch, this year’s research follows an initial landmark study published through this partnership in 2006, with subsequent studies conducted in 2008 and 2010. The new 2011 study focuses on the motivations and behaviors of high net worth women and increases the understanding of the influence of women’s philanthropic networks in creating informed and engaged donors and volunteers.

http://corp.bankofamerica.com/publicpdf/landing/hnw-2011/Study_HNW_Womens_Philanthropy.pdf

Source: Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Type: Research Report- For Profit
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