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Xiangyuan Zhu

XIangyuan Zhu

Xiangyuan Zhu

Research Assistant, National Sun Yat-sen University

Xiangyuan Zhu earned a B.A. degree in Political Science from Tunghai University. He is starting his graduate studies at the Institute of China and Asia-Pacific Studies at National Sun Yat-sen University in Fall 2019. His research interests center around international refugee policies. He has had internships with the Hualien City Government Office and a congressional office in Taiwan. 

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Pacs Undergraduate Perspectives |Opening Philanthropy to Support Agents of Change |Pacs Faculty Co-Director Delivers Class Day Lecture |Faces of Stanford: Rob Reich |What of American Philanthropy is Uniquely American? |Jeff Raikes on his philanthropy |Melinda Gates and Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen in conversation |Informing Your Philanthropy: The Nexus of Design Thinking and Strategic Philanthropy |Insights: Global Philanthropy |On Tech for Good |Philanthropy in your DNA: A Cross Sector Approach |Next Generation: Impact Now |On Social Media and Social Change: Analyzing Debates Over Valuation |Building a New Future: The Role of Foundations in Addressing Inequality |Smart Citizen, Smarter State |Jane Mayer: the Koch Brothers and the Weaponizing of Philanthropy |Behind and Beyond Big Data |Giving In Time: Perspectives from the Front Lines |Collaboration for Scaling Global Education |Making Markets Work: Program Related and Other Strategic Investments for Impact |Philanthropy in Democratic Societies |Challenging Perspectives on Impact Investing |Policy and Practice for the Nonprofit Sector in 2017 |Stanford Project on the Evolution of Nonprofits |From Possibilities to Responsibilities: Welcome |Policy and Practice for the Nonprofit Sector in 2017 |When are Big Bets the Right Bet? |Rethinking Innovation and Scale |Data Dilemma: Shared AND Secure? |Philanthropy for National Impact on Governmental Systems - Consensus Building |Thinking Differently: Philanthropy to Strengthen Governmental Systems |Engine of Impact |The Active Citizen in the Digital Age: Getting Political |Predict-a-palooza: Civil Society Forecast 2018 |The Active Citizen in the Digital Age: Introduction |Social Startup Success |Positive Moves: Annual Thought Leader Luncheon 2018 - Kim Meredith Interviews Priscilla Chan |Sean McDonald on Digital Trusts |Digital Security and Civil Society: Course Overview |Tracy Ann Kosa on Digital Privacy for Nonprofits |Spotlight: Claire Dunning |Spotlight: Gillian Raikes |Spotlight: Gregg Sparkman |Spotlight: Ling Han |Spotlight: Ted Lechterman |Spotlight: Angela Lu |Spotlight: Priya Fielding-Singh |Spotlight: Salma Mousa |Philanthropy in Asia |Book Launch - Money Well Spent |Stanford PACS Intellectual Center |Book Launch - Winners Take All |Network Propaganda |A Conversation with Virginia Eubanks |The Active Citizen in the Digital Age: Mobilization and Representation |Book Launch - Just Giving |Silicon City Book Launch |Elections and Democracy in the Digital Age |Ethics of Technological Disruption: Intro + Opening Session |Ethics of Technological Disruption: Algorithmic Decision-Making and Accountability |Ethics of Technological Disruption: Privacy and Civil Liberties in a Digital Age |Ethics of Technological Disruption: Artificial Intelligence for Military Use and National Security |Ethics of Technological Disruption: Power of Private Platforms |Ethics of Technological Disruption: Concluding Session |2017 Digital Impact Grantees |The Active Citizen in the Digital Age: Getting Connected |Co-Editors Woody Powell and Patricia Bromley introduce the third edition of the Nonprofit Sector: A Research Handbook |Nonprofit Handbook, Part One: Emergence, Transformation, and Regulation |Nonprofit Handbook, Part Two : Politics of the Public Sphere |Nonprofit Handbook, Part Three: Governance, Civic Capacity, and Communities |Nonprofit Handbook, Part Four: Nonprofits, Mission, and the Market |Nonprofit Handbook, Part Five: Balancing Access and Inclusion |Nonprofit Handbook, Part Six: Advocacy, Engagement, and the Public |Nonprofit Handbook, Part Seven: Motivation, Meaning and Prosocial Behavior |Nonprofit Handbook, Part Eight: Global and Comparative Perspectives |Aaron Horvath and Woody Powell discuss chapter - Seeing Like a Philanthropist: From the Business of Benevolence to the Benevolence of Business |Claire Dunning and Christof Brandtner discuss chapter - Nonprofits as Urban Infrastructure |Johanna Mair discusses chapter - Social Entrepreneurship: Research as Disciplined Exploration |Elizabeth McKenna discusses chapter - Social Movements in a Global Context: History, Content, and Form |Paul Brest discusses chapter - The Outcomes Movement in Philanthropy and the Nonprofit Sector |Patricia Bromley discusses chapter - The Organizational Transformation of Civil Society |Rob Reich discusses chapter - Political Theory and the Nonprofit Sector |Irene Bloemraad discusses chapter - Immigrant Organizations: Civic (In)equality and Civic (In)visibility |...See All

People

Walter W. Powell |Rob Reich |Kim Meredith |Karen Lindblom |Sam Spiewak |Ted Janus |Jim Breyer |Jean Case |Somesh Dash |Susan Ford Dorsey |Burt McMurtry |Bill Meehan |Regina K. Scully |Ruth Levine |Yan Long |Emma Saunders-Hastings |Bruce Sievers |Lucy Bernholz |Charles Keidan |Susan Liautaud |Bernhard Lorentz |Johanna Mair |Christian Seelos |Alexa Culwell |C.R. Hibbs |Christine Sherry |Jenny Shilling Stein |Annalisa Bolin |Claudia Liuzza |Sean Malahy |Jeff Naecker |Frances Zlotnick |Jean Yen-chun Lin |Noelle Rudolph |Cristina Alfonso |Christof Brandtner |Ling Han |Jennifer Hill |Nick Eubank |Lily Lamboy |Jason Huang |Igor Popov |Annie Rohan Wickert |Bernd Helmig |Xin Liu |Shiv Khemka |David Siegel |Claire Dunning |Woubzena Jifar |Laura Seaman |Priya Shanker |Laura Arrillaga-Andreessen |Aaron Horvath |Elizabeth McKenna |Jacob Model |Ethan Ris |Anna Boch |Shayani Bose |Carrie Pogorelc |Jenifer Morgan |Michael Gordon Voss |Sean McDonald |Josh Levy |Tracy Ann Kosa |Herb A. Allen III |Paul Brest |Palak Joshi |Nadia Roumani |Heather Noelle Robinson |Dr. Jason Franklin |Tina Sadeghi |Anna Maria Irion |Pin Pin Tea-mangkorpan |Xueying Yan |Asha Curran |Eric Nee |David Johnson |Brian Karo |Morgan Currie |Jessica Feldman |Alexandra Blackman |Salma Mousa |Gregg Sparkman |Priya Fielding-Singh |Qinglian (Angela) Lu |Darren Walker |Jeff Raikes |Emily Clough |Nathaniel Persily |Shanto Iyengar |Jeff Hancock |Byron Reeves |Matt Gentzkow |Jennifer Pan |David Broockman |Francis Fukuyama |Larry Diamond |Michael McFaul |Sharad Goel |Ashish Goel |Tim Hwang |David F. Suárez |Danielle Logue |Hokyu Hwang |Michael Meyer |Florentine Maier |Valerie Dao |Neil Malhotra |Maya Delaney |Abby Bauer |Luis Bergolla |Harrison Bronfeld |Yixin Gong |Nichelle Hall |Katie Joseff |Madeline Musante |Jacob Randolph |Divya Siddarth |Grace Zhao |Ada Zhou |Hannah Meropol |Ashe Magalhaes |Celina Artusi |Gillian Raikes |Carter McClelland |Nik Sawe |Ryan Calvert |Christopher Bryan |Michael Ananny |Patricia Bromley |Marion Coddou |Brian Coyne |Lily Lambov |Ariel Mendez |Yula Paluy |Nandini Roy |Nikhil Sawe |Kenneth Shores |Yanbai Wang |Susan Biancani |Roy Elis |Andrew Woods |Eduardo Bruera |Karina Kloos |Rekha Balu |Peggy Fan |Natalie Privett |Chiara Cordelli |Nicholas Swtanek |Elif Babul |Christine Exley |Tomer Perry |Christopher Chou |Tara Beteille |Hilary Boudet |Paul Gowder |Amanda Green |Valeska Korff |Rachel Lindenberg |Jeffrey Naecker |Joon Nak Choi |Carrie Oelberger |Rand Quinn |Trinidad Rico |Patricia Seo |Kaisa Snellman |Megan Tompkins-Stange |Minha Khan |Blake Mayes |Sonia Giebel |Paul Gregg |Laura Jacobsen |Alexis Kallen |Bethanie Maples |Dannika Thompson |Hélène Landemore |Lily Li |Eloise Duvillier |Liz Simons |Elaine Park |Nicole White |Samuel Woolley |Karen Sung |Danaë Metaxa |Robb Willer |James Hamilton |Toussaint Nothias |Argyri Panezi |Jonathan Pace |Wei Luo |Wenjuan Zheng |Nick Sherefkin |Debra Meyerson |Consuelo Amat |Amos Espeland |Katariina Mueller-Gastell |Jonas Mueller-Gastell |Lisa Hummel |Hajin Kim |Alexandra Siegel |Jerry Kaplan |Sarena Chan |Nina Sun |Ayushi Vig |Erica Park |Patricia Villela Marino |Adi Greif |Robert Gorwa |Justin Grimmer |Kip Wainscott |Natalie Cadranel |Nicole Ozer |Scott Astrada |Jasmine McNealy |Alix Dunn |Elizabeth Trinh |Madeline Libbey |Marcie Bianco |Amedeo Tumolillo |Alex Stamos |Karla Jurvetson |Daphne Keller |Erinn Andrews |Lisa Kohara |Eva Woo |Dominik Karner |Xinyi Wang |Alanna Sun |Davey Kim |Laura Jakli |Gonnie Park |Chrystal Redekopp |Landon Schnabel |Xiangyuan Zhu |Chih-Chen Cheng |Jeffrey Rodriguez |Brigitte Pawliw-Fry |Krystal Ann Smith |Matilda Nickell |Cadence Willse |Sarah Eichmeyer |Réka Zempléni |Ala' Alrababa'h |Eli Cahan |Xinlan Emily Hu |Alessandro Vecchiato |Emily Van Duyn |Travis Trammell |Michael Nick Stagnaro |Joe Mernyk |Wren Elhai |Laura E. Arnold |Kathy Kwan |...See All

Events

Building a New Future: The Role of Foundations in Addressing Inequality |The Hunting Ground Documentary Screening and Panel Discussion |The most good you can do |Giving Wisely: 1 Day Course |The Innovation Learning Curve |Ethics of Data Conference |China-US Strategic Philanthropy |Strengthening Urban Resilience with Technology |Junior Scholars Forum |The Anatomy of Innovation |Scaling Impact |Collaboration for Scaling Global Education |Reich & Reich: Capitalism and Democracy |Giving in Time |Jane Mayer: The Koch Brothers and the Weaponizing of Philanthropy |Smart Citizens, Smarter State |Getting Beyond Better with Sally Osberg |Kickstart Your Career in Social Impact |Stanford PACS Tenth Anniversary Celebration |Making Markets Work: Program-Related and Other Strategic Investments for Impact |Philanthropy in Democratic Societies |One-day Continuing Studies Course |Challenging Perspectives on Impact Investing |Philanthropy and Democracy: Dangerous Liaisons? |Digital Impact: Policy and Practice for the Nonprofit Sector in 2017 |Blurring of the Boundaries - China 2017 |Philanthropy and Democracy: Dangerous Liaisons? |2017 Philanthropy Innovation Summit |When are Big Bets the Right Bet? |Rethinking Innovation and Scale |Digital Impact World Tour |Stanford Social Innovation Review Nonprofit Management Institute |Digital Impact World Tour | New York City |Data Dilemma: Shared AND Secure? |Engine of Impact: Essentials of Strategic Leadership in the Nonprofit Sector |The Active Citizen in the Digital Age: Getting Political |Book Launch: Social Startup Success |Julius Rosenwald: a Philanthropy Legacy in Film |Faculty Forum: Can Democracy Survive the Internet |Policy Responses to Fake News and Junk Science |Predict-a-palooza: Civil Society Forecast 2018 |Blurring of the Boundaries - China 2018 |Digital Technology and Democratic Theory |Social Media and Democracy, with the Social Science Research Council |21st Century Perspective on Philanthropy and Civil Society - China 2014 |Building Capacity of Philanthropy and Nonprofits - China 2015 |The Promise of Philanthropy in China for the 21st Century - China 2013 |Philanthropy and Social Impact Summit - China 2016 |Blurring of the Boundaries: 21st Century Philanthropic Leadership - China 2016 |Can Democracy Survive the Internet? |Ordinary Social Listening in a Psychotechnological Age |The Active Citizen in the Digital Age: The Elite Charade of Changing the World |US-China Philanthropy Forum 2018 |Digital Technology and Democratic Theory |Digital Technology and Democratic Theory |Accountability for Impact Investing |Stanford PACS 2018 Junior Scholars Forum |Nonprofit Handbook Author Workshop |Book Launch - Money Well Spent: A Strategic Plan for Smart Philanthropy |The Active Citizen in the Digital Age: Mobilization and Representation |Nonprofit Management Institute: "Toward Real Change: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion" |Kickstart Your Social Impact Career |Book Launch - Winners Take All: The Elite Charade of Changing the World |Book Launch - Just Giving: Why Philanthropy Is Failing Democracy and How It Can Do Better |Philanthropy in Asia |PDI Seminar Series - Free Speech, Democracy, and the Internet |PDI Seminar Series - An Introduction to Regulation of Platforms and Platform Regulation of Speech |PDI Seminar Series - Disinformation, Misinformation, and Online Propaganda |PDI Seminar Series - Polarization & Echo Chambers |PDI Seminar Series - Safety, Security, and Election Integrity |PDI Seminar Series - Algorithms and Bias |PDI Seminar Series - Hate Speech |PDI Seminar Series - Political Advertising |PDI Seminar Series - Changing Media Landscape |Book Launch – Money Well Spent: A Strategic Plan for Smart Philanthropy - New York City |Network Propaganda: Manipulation, Disinformation, and Radicalization in American Politics |Book Launch - Silicon City: San Francisco in the Long Shadow of the Valley |Data and Citizenship: Critical Questions and Research Perspectives from the Margins |What Did Silicon Valley Do to Democracy and the Media? |Tim Wu - The Curse of Bigness Revisited |A Conversation with Virginia Eubanks |Elections and Democracy in the Digital Age |Come Together: Digital Associations and Democracy |The Active Citizen in the Digital Age: Getting Connected |Data on Purpose: Navigating the Digital Now |Book Talk: American Eden |PDI Workshop Series: Search Media and Elections - Investigating Partisanship in Political Search Results |Book Launch – Identity Theft: Rediscovering Ourselves After Stroke |Old Civic Spaces in New Digital Places: Theorising Kenya's Digital Civil Society |An Impact Revolution |Intelligence Squared U.S. Debate: Can Constitutional Free Speech Principles Save Social Media From Itself? |The Future of Human-Centered AI: Governance Innovation and Protection of Human Rights |Digital Civil Society Policy Consultation |Nonprofit Management Institute - September 10-12, 2019 |Future of Democracy Roundtable |Technology and Organizing for Racial Justice |Launch of the 2019 Ranking Digital Rights Corporate Accountability Index |PDI Workshop Series: Physical Repression and Online Dissent: Evidence from Saudi Arabia |PDI Workshop Series: A Brief History of Cyberlibertarianism, 1989-1999 |PDI Workshop Series: Follow the Echo Chamber - Evidence of Partisan Sorting on Twitter |PDI Workshop Series: When State-Sponsored Media Goes Viral - Russia’s Use of RT to Shape Global Discourse on Syria |Book Discussion - The Third Pillar: How Markets and the State Leave the Community Behind |Free Speech and the Internet |PDI Workshop Series: When Do Policymakers Listen to Experts? Evidence from a National Survey of Local and State Policymakers |Digital Civil Society Conference |Philanthropy Innovation Summit 2019 |Ge Wang - Humans in the Loop: The Artful Design of Technology |Sharad Goel - Equitable Algorithms and Computational Policy |Jay Hamilton - What is Computational Journalism? How Could it Better Support Democracy? |Available Light: Photography, Intimacy and Apartheid |Creating a Just Technological Future |Book Launch | Leading Systems Change |Creating Impact - Panel Discussion |Consuelo Amat and Natalie Cadranel - Working with History’s Avengers at the Nexus of Academia and Grassroots Technology |Nicole Coleman - Are You Worried About Data Bias? Invest in Libraries |Regulating Cyberspace: Proposals for New Regulatory Regimes |...See All

Publications

Philanthropy and Social Investing: Blueprint 2010 |Civil Society, Philanthropy and the Fate of the Commons |The Embeddedness of Social Entrepreneurship: Understanding Variation Across Local Communities |Philanthropy and Social Investing: Blueprint 2011 |Organizational Capacity for Continuous Innovation (OCCI) in Established Social Sector Organizations |Organizational Mechanisms of Scaling Social Enterprises |A Simple Change in Phrasing Can Increase Voter Turnout |Giving Well |Philanthrocapitalism: Reflections on Politics and Policy Making |The Platform for Performance: Integrating Organization into Strategy for Next Generation Grantmaking |Giving 2.0: Transform Your Giving and Our World |Philanthropy and Social Investing: Blueprint 2012 |Leadership for Feminist Movement Building |To Act or Not to Act: Context, Capability, and Community Response to Environmental Risk |Philanthropy and the Social Economy: Blueprint 2013 |Apocalypse Soon? Dire Messages Reduce Belief in Global Warming by Contradicting Just World Beliefs |Gut Check: Reappraisal of Disgust Helps Explain Liberal-Conservative Differences on Issues of Purity |Overdoing Gender: A Test of the Masculine Overcompensation Thesis |Hidden Paths from Morality to Social Order: Moral Judgments Promote Prosocial Behavior |For Whom Do the Ends Justify the Means? Social Class and Utilitarian Moral Judgment |The Moral Roots of Environmental Attitudes |Theorizing and Strategizing with Models: Generative Models of Social Enterprises |Social Economy Policy Forecast 2013: Project on Philanthropy, Policy, and Technology |Good Fences: The Importance of Institutional Boundaries in The New Social Economy |The Shifting Ground Beneath Us: Framing Nonprofit Policy for the Next Century |Philanthropy and the Social Economy: Blueprint 2014 |Philanthropy and the Social Economy: Blueprint 2015 |Logic Models: An Overview |From Gulf to Bridge: When Moral Arguments Facilitate Political Influence |Anything Goes: Approval of Nonprofit Status by the IRS |Organizational Capacity for Continuous Innovation |How Philanthropy is Influencing Education Reform in the United States |Innovate and Scale: A Tough Balancing Act |The Emergence of Digital Civil Society |Problem Solving, Human-Centered Design, and Strategic Processes |Integrating Capacity and Strategy |Design Thinking and Strategic Philanthropy Case Study |Philanthropy and the Social Economy: Blueprint 2016 |2015 Survey on Board of Directors of Nonprofit Organizations |The Social Structure of Political Echo Chambers: Variation in Ideological Homophily in Online Networks. |Political Scientists Should Study Philanthropy |The Role of Decision Science |Philanthropy in Democratic Societies |When Innovation Goes Wrong |The Humanitarian Data Ecosystem: The Case for Collective Responsibility |Innovation and Scaling for Impact |Philanthropy and the Social Economy: Blueprint 2017 |Managing Through Challenges: A Profile of San Francisco Bay Area Nonprofits |The Nonprofit Sector: A Research Handbook, Second Edition |Can Democracy Survive the Internet? |Philanthropy and Digital Civil Society: Blueprint 2018 |Demystifying the Theory of Change Process |Beyond Funding: Leveraging Your Full Philanthropic Toolkit |Cultivating the Next Generation of Givers |Can Philanthropy Help Protect Democracy? |Philanthropy Reflections - from the 2017 Philanthropy Innovation Summit |Designing for Strategic Philanthropy |Effective Altruism: Doing the Most Good |From Innovation to Impact: How Philanthropy Can Support Problem-Solving |Globalizing Philanthropy |Innovating Philanthropy |A Mistmatch in Philanthropic Interest and Support |Place, Scale, and Depth of Impact: Place-based Philanthropy |Universal Basic Income: Safety Net 2.0 |Serve or Conserve: Mission, Strategy, and Multi-Level Nonprofit Change During the Great Recession |Contributory or Disruptive: Do New Forms of Philanthropy Erode Democracy? |Organizational Poisedness and the Transformation of Civic Order in Nineteenth-Century New York City |Stanford Social Innovation Review Global |The Mixed Promise of Public Broadcasters in Combating Fake News |Trusted Data Intermediaries |Nonprofit Data Governance |Designing for Strategic Philanthropy (Chinese Version) |Strange Speech: Structures of Listening in Nuit Debout, Occupy, and 15M |Confiance et testaments : questions de vie privée et d’écoute éthique à l’ère de la surveillance de masse ex-ante |Unethical and Inept? The Influence of Moral Information on Perceived Competence |Privilege on the Precipice: Perceived Racial Status Threats Lead White Americans to Oppose Welfare Programs |Does Violent Protest Backfire? Testing a Theory of Public Reactions to Activist Violence |Back-ups for the Future: Archival Practices for Data Activism |A Structure to Counter Fake News |Antidemocratic Effects of the Internet & Social Media: A Survey |Internet Immunity, Fake News, and Asymmetrical Action |Social Media Echo Chambers & Democratic Discourse |The Voting Technology Problem |Studying the Real Ramifications of Fake News |The Role of Open Source Technology in the Battle Against Fake News |A dual valuation of openness |Social Media and Democracy: Assessing the State of the Field and Identifying Unexplored Questions |Fake News and Misinformation |The infrastructure behind the infrastructure |The Ethics of Designing Digital Infrastructure |Money Well Spent: A Strategic Plan for Smart Philanthropy (2008) |Money Well Spent: A Strategic Guide for Smart Philanthropy, Second Edition (2018) |Just Giving: Why Philanthropy Is Failing Democracy and How It Can Do Better |Designing For Philanthropy Impact: The Giving Compass |Mastering System Change |Data For Donor Impact Research Paper |Networked Press Freedom: Creating Infrastructures for a Public Right to Hear |Helping Wealth Advisors Increase Philanthropic Impact For High Net Worth Clients |Policy Patrons: Philanthropy, Education Reform, and the Politics of Influence |Philanthropy and Digital Civil Society: Blueprint 2019 |Hacking the discourse: Leaked emails, transparency, and disinformation - working paper |Hyper-Organization: Global Organization Expansion |Putting Social Movements in their Place |The Rule of Law in the Real World |Glasnost! Nine Ways Facebook Can Make Itself a Better Forum for Free Speech and Democracy |Extreme Protest Tactics Reduce Popular Support for Social Movements |Threats to Racial Status Promote Tea Party Support Among White Americans |Who Do You Sue? State and Platform Hybrid Power over Online Speech |The Internet’s Challenge to Democracy: Framing the Problem and Assessing Reforms |Charting Impact Choice Experiment |Digital Resources for Civil Society |SSIR - Spring 2019 |Echo Chambers and Partisan Polarization: Evidence from the 2016 Presidential Campaign |Trends in the Diffusion of Misinformation on Social Media |Age Matters: Sampling Strategies for Studying Digital Media Effects |The Color of Surveillance: Examining the Complicity of Social Media Companies In Facilitating Law Enforcement Surveillance of Civil Rights Activism |Hidden Censors: How Indirect Intermediaries Shape Online Speech |Analyzing the Effectiveness of Secure Elections as an Application of Blockchain Technology |FOSTA, Explicit Content Bans, and Free Speech |Alexa and Elections: How Voice Interactive Devices and Assistants Alter the Provision of Political Information |Resolving the Progressive Paradox: Conservative Value Framing of Progressive Economic Policies Increases Candidate Support |The Welfare Effects of Social Media |Recommendations for the Facebook Content Review Board |Serve or Conserve: Mission, Strategy, and Multi-Level Nonprofit Change During the Great Recession |Click and mortar: Organizations on the web |Internal and External Determinants of Formal Plans in the Nonprofit Sector |Decoupling Revisited: Common Pressures, Divergent Strategies in the U.S. Nonprofit Sector |Collaboration and Professionalization: The Contours of Public Sector Funding for Nonprofit Organizations |Street Credentials and Management Backgrounds: Careers of Nonprofit Executives in an Evolving Sector |The Rationalization of Charity: The Influences of Professionalism in the Nonprofit Sector |Civic Engagement and Nonprofit Lobbying in California, 1998-2003 |Social Service Mergers: Hope Services & Skills Center |Organizational Poisedness and the Transformation of Civic Order in Nineteenth-Century New York City |Governing the Crossroads: Interstitial Communities and the Fate of Nonprofit Evaluation |Institutional analysis in a digital era: Mechanisms and methods to understand emerging fields |Contributory or Disruptive: Do New Forms of Philanthropy Erode Democracy |Interstitial Organizations as Conversational Bridges |From Smoke and Mirrors to Walking the Talk: Characteristics and Consequences of Decoupling in the Contemporary World |The Language of Nonprofits is Changing |When Nonprofits Act Like Businesses, Transparency Improves |Nonprofit Goals, For-Profit Tactics |Profitable business models and market creation in the context of deep poverty: A strategic view. |Building Inclusive Markets in Rural Bangladesh: How Intermediaries Work Institutional Voids. |Scaffolding: A Process of Transforming Patterns of Inequality in Small-Scale Societies. |Innovation Is Not the Holy Grail |Scaling innovative ideas to create inclusive labour markets |The Organizational Reproduction of Inequality |System Perspective will slow us down and that’s a good thing! |Alternative Organizing with Social Purpose: Revisiting Institutional Analysis of Market-Based Activity. |Changing Systems? Welcome to the Slow Movement |Social Enterprises = Sharing Economy Organizations? |...See All

Courses

POLISCI 30SI – Digital Security and Civil Society |EDUC 374/ POLISCI 334/ SOC 374 – Seminar on Philanthropy and Civil Society |ETHICS 232T/ POLITIC 236/ POLITIC 236S – Theories of Civil Society, Philanthropy, and the Nonprofit Sector |GSBGEN 367 – Problem Solving for Social Change |GSBGEN 319 – Strategic Philanthropy and Impact Investing |EDUC 377C/ GSBGEN381 – Philanthropy: Strategy, Innovation and Social Change |EDUC 377B/ STRAMGT 368 – Strategic Management of Nonprofits |GSBGEN 393 – Practicum in Applied Philanthropy: Achieving Impact from a Major Gift |PACS SEMINAR | EDUC 374/POLISCI 334/LAW 781 |PS236S/EthicSoc232T–“Theories of Civil Society, Philanthropy, and the Nonprofit Sector” |PS237/Ethic Soc237–“Civil Society and Democracy in Comparative Perspective” |EthicSoc 234R / PublPol 134 / PublPol 234 / Law 724 Ethics on the Edge |NONPROFIT LEADERSHIP AND GOVERNANCE (STANFORD CONTINUING STUDIES COURSE) |PACS SEMINAR EDUC 374/POLISCI 334 |Strategic Philanthropy GSBGEN 381 |STATE OF THE UNION POLISCI 57E/HISTORY 57E |EDUC 374/POLISCI 334 |PoliSci 236, 236S; Ethicsoc 232T: Theories of Civil Society, Philanthropy, and the Nonprofit Sector |Give Big Or Go Home |Giving Tuesdays for #GivingTuesday: Using Design Thinking to Catalyze Activism and Philanthropy |ETHICSOC 234R: ETHICS ON THE EDGE: BUSINESS, NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS, GOVERNMENT, AND INDIVIDUALS (PUBLPOL 134, PUBLPOL 234) |CSRE 178: Ethics and Politics of Public Service (ETHICSOC 133, HUMBIO 178, PHIL 175A, PHIL 275A, POLISCI 133, PUBLPOL 103D, URBANST 122) |EDUC 374/POLISCI 334 |Give Big or Go Home |EDUC 374/POLISCI 334 |PoliSci 236, 236S; Ethicsoc 232T: Theories of Civil Society, Philanthropy, and the Nonprofit Sector |ETHICSOC 183M: Family, Friends, and Groups: The Ethics of Association |International Problem-Solving Through NGOs: Policy, Players, Strategies, and Ethics |PUBLPOL 144: Amplifying Your Impact: Philanthropy by Design |PUBPOL 155: Disruption for Good – Technology, Innovation and Philanthropy |INTNLREL 142: Challenging the Status Quo: Social Entrepreneurs Advancing Democracy, Development and Justice |EDUC 374/POLISCI 334 |GSBGEN 512: Funding Social Impact: Methods and Measurement |PUBLPOL 183: Philanthropy and Social Innovation |GG381: Strategic Philanthropy |Election 2012 |EDUC 374/POLISCI 334 |POLISCI 236 / ETHICSOC 232T: Theories of Civil Society, Philanthropy, and the Nonprofit Sector |INTNLREL 142: Challenging the Status Quo: Social Entrepreneurs Advancing Democracy, Development and Justice |EDUC 374 / POLISCI 334: Research Workshop: Philanthropy and Civil Society |EDUC 377/GSB 346. Comparing Institutional Forms: Public, Private, and Nonprofit Forms of Organizing |POLISCI 137R. Justice at Home and Abroad: Civil Rights in the 21st Century |Philanthropy and Strategy - Online Course |The Active Citizen in the Digital Age |Technology for Social Good |COMM 230ABC - Digital Civil Society |Ethics, Public Policy, and Technological Change |Free Speech, Democracy, and the Internet |Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Real Life Seminar Series |Essentials of Program Strategy and Evaluation 非营利组织策略 |Ethics of Technological Disruption |Policy Practicum: Creating a Social Media Oversight Board for Content Decisions |SOC 298: The Social Psychology of Contemporary American Politics (SOC 398) |SOC 375W: Workshop: Politics, Morality, and Hierarchy |COMM 230X - Digital Civil Society +1 Speaker Series |Policy Practicum: “Every Vote Counts” Voter Verification Project |...See All

News

PACS cohosts Growing the Impact Economy summit |Tocqueville for today's world |PACS scholars on effective altruism |Paul Brest teaches online course |Paul Brest discusses impact investing |Stanford PACS hosts Sally Osberg |Philanthropy Summit videos |Getting Beyond Better audio |Christian Seelos on innovation |Video: Social media and social change |Rob Reich among the most influential in shaping education policy |Business Gurus Shortlisted for Oscars of Management Thinking |More Data. More Lessons. |Groundbreaking Research is Recognized |Education Policy Influenced by Large Foundations: Media Turns to Former PACS PhD Fellow, Tompkins-Stange |History of Fake News by Former PACS Fellow - Mike Ananny |Current Stanford Senior Serves as Teaching Assistant for PACS Course This Spring |Participate in Philanthropy Research with the Effective Philanthropy Learning Initiative |Best of Luck to our Postdoctoral Fellows |Rob Reich on Stakes of Higher Education |Nonprofit Management Institute - September 12 - 14, 2018 |Spotlight Series: Ling Han |Lucy Bernholz: NFPs Face Critical Crossroads in an Age of Data |Just Giving: Why Philanthropy Is Failing Democracy and How It Can Do Better by Rob Reich |Johanna Mair, Christian Seelos receive AOM 2018 ONE Book Award |Spotlight Series: Claire Dunning |Why Women Stay Out of the Spotlight at Work |Available Now: Philanthropist Resource Guide (PRG) |The Program on Democracy and the Internet joins Kofi Annan Foundation Commission on Elections and Democracy in the Digital Age |Press Release: Glasnost! Nine Ways Facebook Can Make Itself a Better Forum for Free Speech and Democracy |Digital Impact: Reflections from Medellin |Digital Impact: Reflections from Mumbai |Digital Impact: Reflections from New York City |Digital Impact: Reflections from Brisbane |Digital Impact: Reflections from London |Digital Impact: Reflections from Brussels |Digital Impact: Reflections from Berlin |...See All

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