Handbook Of Research On Entrepreneurs’ Engagement In Philanthropy
Marilyn L. Taylor
, Robert J. Strom
, David O. Renz
Edited by Marilyn L. Taylor, Arvin Gottlieb/Missouri Chair in Strategic Management, Henry W. Bloch School of Management, University of Missouri – Kansas City, Robert J. Strom, Director of Research, Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation, Kansas City and David O. Renz, Beth K. Smith/Missouri Chair in Nonprofit Leadership and the Director of the Midwest Center for Nonprofit Leadership, Henry W. Bloch School of Management, University of Missouri – Kansas City, US
|2014 400 pp Hardback 978 1 78347 100 3
|ebook isbn 978 1 78347 101 0
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Currently, very little academic research exists on the intersection of entrepreneurship and philanthropy. This unique Handbook fills that gap, exploring how and why entrepreneurs who drive success in the for-profit world become engaged in philanthropy. Top family business and entrepreneurship scholars explore the many facets of this fascinating subject.
Contributors: P.M. Anyansi, C. Anyansi-Archibong, D.B. Audretsch, X. Bai, W.J. Baumol, C.G. Brush, E.D. Carson, N.M. Carter, T.T. Coates, V. Cox Edmondson, M.P. Feldman, E.J. Gatewood, A. Graddy-Reed, P.G. Greene, M. Hart, J.R. Hinger, R. Holman, F. Hoy, K. Liket, L. Meijs, D.O. Renz, K. Rosplock, L. Roza, P.G. Schervish, L. Stilwell, R.J. Strom, M.L. Taylor, J. Tyler, M. Vermeulen, S. Zhao, Y. Zhao
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Currently, very little academic research exists on the intersection of entrepreneurship and philanthropy. This unique Handbook fills that gap, exploring how and why entrepreneurs who drive success in the for-profit world become engaged in philanthropy. Top scholars in the fields of family business, entrepreneurship and philanthropy explore the many facets of this fascinating subject.
These expert contributors explore an exciting new field of research on entrepreneur philanthropists who have generated wealth through the creation and development of their own business enterprises. The book offers a broad overview of entrepreneurship and philanthropy, along with a focus on specific groups of entrepreneur philanthropists (including women, Black Americans, multi-generational family companies and technology entrepreneurs) and a selection of case studies from around the world.
This pioneering Handbook will appeal to scholars in the fields of business, entrepreneurship, nonprofit and philanthropic studies, public policy and administration, as well as practitioners and policymakers with an interest in the practical aspects of entrepreneurship and philanthropy.
List of contributors
Marilyn L. Taylor, Robert J. Strom and David O. Renz
PART I OVERALL PERSPECTIVES
1. Entrepreneurship and Philanthropy: Protecting the Public Interest
William J. Baumol and Robert J. Strom
2. From Entrepreneur to Philanthropist: Two Sides of the Same Coin?
David B. Audretsch and Joshua R. Hinger
3. Local Champions: Entrepreneurs’ Transition to Philanthropy and the Vibrancy of Place
Maryann P. Feldman and Alexandra Graddy-Reed
PART II DIFFERING PERSPECTIVES – DIFFERENT EXPERIENCES?
4. Women Entrepreneurs and their Approach to Philanthropy
The Diana Project: Candida Brush, Nancy M. Carter, Elizabeth J. Gatewood, Patricia G. Greene and Myra Hart
5. Another Look at Giving Back: An Examination of the Philanthropic Motivations, Orientations and Activities of Black American Entrepreneurs
Vickie Cox Edmondson and Marilyn L. Taylor
6. Issues in Multi-generation Family Companies
Frank Hoy and Kirby Rosplock
7. High-tech Donors and their Impact Philanthropy: The Conventional, Novel, and Strategic Traits of Agent-animated Wealth and Philanthropy
Paul G. Schervish
8. Facilitating Entrepreneurs’ Transitions to Philanthropy: The Case of the Silicon Valley Community Foundation
Emmett D. Carson and Leigh Stilwell
PART III PERSPECTIVES ACROSS THE GLOBE
9. Contemporary European E2P: Towards an Understanding of European Philanthrepreneurs
Lonneke Roza, Marjelle Vermeulen, Kellie Liket and Lucas Meijs
10. A Study of Chinese Entrepreneurs and Philanthropic Behavior
Zhao Shuming, Bai Xiaoming, and Zhao Yixuan
11. African Entrepreneurs and their Philanthropies: Motivations, Challenges and Impact
Chi Anyansi-Archibong and Peter M. Anyansi
12. Enabling, Promoting and Protecting the Entrepreneur, Philanthropist, Entrepreneur-philanthropist, and the American Way of Life
PART IV TWO ENTREPRENEURS – TWO TRANSITION PATTERNS
13. Exploring the Transitions from Entrepreneur to Philanthropist – Learning from Mr. ‘K’ and Mr. ‘M’
Marilyn L. Taylor, Theresa T. Coates, Robert J. Strom, David O. Renz and Rhonda Holman