The “Black Hole of Philnathropy”

April 16, 2011 at 7:01 PM Leave a comment

India’s The Economic Times surveys the current state of private and corporate philanthropy in India, and identifies the biggest obstacle to improvement a lack of information:

There is still much we do not know about Indian charity. For instance we have no trend data to say whether we are becoming more or less generous; whether, how, and how much new wealth is being channeled into philanthropy; and what is the likely impact, if any, of an intergenerational transfer of wealth on philanthropic giving?

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