Understanding Private Philanthropy in the European Context: What drives Charitable Giving and which Causes benefit?
Type Habilitation Project
Duration March 1, 2014 - Feb. 29, 2020
- Institute for Nonprofit Management IN (Details)
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- Neumayr, Michaela (Details) Project Head
During the last decade, private philanthropy and its role to finance the public good have gained increased attention within Europe. In contrast to Anglo-Saxon countries, however, very little is known about charitable giving and its determinants, as scholarly research on this topic is only just emerging in most European countries. This project contributes to giving research by explaining individual charitable behaviour in the European context. First, it explores how different theoretical approaches contribute to explain donor behaviour and enhances the existing approaches with the concept of lifestyle. Second, it investigates the determinants of donor preferences for particular charitable causes and provides insights into the redistributive character of private giving. Finally, this research analyses how national policies, tax regulations, and welfare regimes influences giving behaviour in a cross-country comparison. The source data for the investigation derives from surveys in Austria, from Austrian tax records, and from two European surveys.
|2018||De Wit, Arjen, Neumayr, Michaela, Handy, Femida, Wiepking, Pamala. 2018. Do Government Expenditures Shift Private Philanthropic Donations to Particular Fields of Welfare? Evidence from Cross-country Data. European Sociological Review. 34 (1), 6-21.||(Details)|
|2017||Neumayr, Michaela, Handy, Femida. 2017. Charitable Giving: What influences donors' choice among different causes? Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations ,||(Details)|
|2017||Neumayr, Michaela, Schneider, Hanna. 2017. Research on Giving in Austria. In: Giving in Europe. The state of research on giving in 20 European countries, Hrsg. Hoolwerf, Barry L.K. & Schuyt, Theo, N.M. 26-38. Amsterdam: Lenthe Publishers.||(Details)|
|2017||De Wit, Arjen, Neumayr, Michaela, Wiepking, Pamala, Handy, Femida. 2017. Government Expenditures and Philanthropic Donations: Exploring Crowding-Out with Cross-Country Data. 8th International Conference of the European Research Network on Philanthropy (ERNOP), Kopenhagen, Dänemark, 13.07.-14.07.||(Details)|
|2016||de Wit, Arjen, Neumayr, Michaela, Handy, Femida, Wiepking, Pamala. 2016. Government Support and Charitable Donations: A Test of Crowding-Out with New Cross-Country Data. ARNOVA, Washington, Vereinigte Staaten/USA, 17.11.-19.11.||(Details)|
|Wiepking, Pamala, Handy, Femida, Park, Sohyun, Bekkers, Rene, Bethmann, Steffen, Breen , Oonagh, Breeze, Beth, Einolf, Christopher J., Katz, Hagai A., Kang, Chulhee, Krasnopolskaya , Irina, Layton , Michael D., Kuang-Ta Lo, Vance , Neumayr, Michaela, Osili, Una, Pessi, Anne Birgitta , Sivesind, Karl-Henrik, Scaife, Wendy, De Wit, Arjen, Yamauchi, Naoto . 2016. The Matthew Effect in Philanthropy: How Philanthropic Structure Enables Philanthropic Giving. ARNOVA, Washington, Vereinigte Staaten/USA, 17.11.-19.11.||(Details)|
|Forthcoming||Neumayr, Michaela and Schneider, Hanna. Forthcoming. Austria. Mapping The Current State of Giving Research in Europe. European Research Network on Philanthropy (ERNOP). Amsterdam: None.||(Details)|
|2018||Neumayr, Michaela. 2018. The State of Philanthropy in Central Europe. CEU Philanthropy Week, Central European University, Budapest, 29.11.18||(Details)|