Papers sponsored by the Center or presented under the Center's auspices are available to interested scholars or practitioners. To access papers available electronically in PDF format, click the link. For obtaining other papers or information on obtaining hardcopy versions of the electronic files, go to the end of the list.
97-01 Gerald E. Auten, Charles T. Clotfelter, Richard L. Schmalbeck, "Taxes and Philanthropy Among the Wealthy, " December 1997, (published in Joel Slemrod, ed., Does Atlas Shrug? The Economic Consequences of Taxing the Rich, Cambridge University Press, 1999).
96-01 Charles T. Clotfelter and Richard L. Schmalbeck, "The Impact of Fundamental Tax Reform on Nonprofit Organizations," August 1996.
96-02 Charles. T. Clotfelter, "Cost Escalation in Elite Higher Education: Lessons from Four Institutions," February 1996. (Paper based on Buying the Best: Cost Escalation in Elite Higher Education, Princeton University Press, 1996).
93-01 Matthew O'Meagher, "'Thank God for the New Type of Gringo': North American Catholic Volunteers in Latin America in the Early 1960s," July 1993.
93-02 Charles T. Clotfelter, "Liberal Education: Luxury Education?" February 1993, (published in David H. Finifter and Arthur M. Hauptman (eds.), America’s Investment in Liberal Education. ( San Francisco: Jossey-Bass Publishers), 1994).
92-01 Natalie J. Webb, "Tax and Government Policy Implications for Corporate Foundation Giving," November 1992.
92-02 Charles T. Clotfelter, "The Private Life of Public Economics," November 1992, (published in the Southern Economic Journal, April 1993).
92-03 Alison P. Hagy, "The Market for Child Care: Quality, Public Policy, and the Role of the Nonprofit Sector," October 1992.
92-04 Charles T. Clotfelter, "Income Differences, Desegregation, and the Demand for Private Schooling," September 1992.
91-01 Kevin Kresse, "Politics, Grievances, and Movement Entrepreneurs Revisited: Transnational Religious Mobilization, Professional Class Voluntarism, and the Formation of 'Witness For Peace'," April 1991.
91-02 Charles Clotfelter, "Who Benefits? The Distributional Consequences of the Nonprofit Sector: Introduction," March 1991, (published in Charles Clotfelter and Michael Rothschild (eds.) Studies of Supply and Demand in Higher Education. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1993).
90-01 Charles Clotfelter, "Notes on Research Questions Related to the Use of Nonprofit Institutions," September 1990.
90-02 Charles Clotfelter, "Undergraduate Enrollment in the 1980s," September 1990.
89-01 Steven Rathgeb Smith, "Managing the Community: Privatization, Government and the Nonprofit Sector," December 1989.
89-02 Charles Clotfelter, "Government Policy Toward Art Museums in the U.S.," December 1989, (published in Martin Feldstein (ed.), The Economics of Art Museums. ( Chicago: University of Chicago Press), 1991.)
89-03 Charles Clotfelter, "The Impact of Tax Reform on Charitable Giving: A 1989 Perspective," December 1989, (published in Joel Slemrod (ed.), Do Taxes Matter? The Impact of the Tax Reform Act of 1986. ( Cambridge, MA: MIT Press), 1990.)
89-04 Catherine Kleiner, "Chautauqua and Women: Ladies, Learners and Leaders, 1874-1920," September 1989.
89-05 Robert Leonard, Doctoral Candidate, Department of Economics, "To Advance Human Welfare! Economics and the Ford Foundation, 1950-1968," 1989.
89-06 Burton Weisbrod, Nancy Wolff, and Edward J. Bird, "The Market for Volunteer Labor," 1989.
89-08 J. Mark Davidson Schuster, "Government Leverage of Private Support: Matching Grants and the Problem with 'New Money'," 1989.
89-09 Mark Wilson, "The Place of Nonprofit Organization: A Spatial Perspective," 1989.
88-01 Milton DeKalb Terrell, Doctoral Candidate, Department of Economics, "Unfair Competition by Nonprofit Organizations: A Survey of the Issues," 1988.
88-02 Patricia Farnan, Doctoral Candidate, Department of Political Science, "Voluntary Societies and Working Mothers: A Comparative Analysis of the Response of Voluntarism to the Growing Needs of Mothers in the Workplace," 1988.
88-04 Michael Meurer, "Charitable Contributions in a Finitely Repeated Game," February 1988.
88-05 Lawrence Lindsey and Richard Steinberg, "Joint Crowdout: An Empirical Study of Federal Grants on State Government Expenditures and Charitable Donations," February 1988.
88-06 Henry Hansmann, "Why Do Universities Have Endowments?" February 1988, (published in The Journal of Legal Studies 19:3-42, 1990).
88-07 Gerald Auten and Gabriel Rudney, "The Variability of Charitable Giving," February 1988, (published as "The Variability of Individual Charitable Giving in the U.S.," Voluntas 1(2):80-97, 1990).
88-08 James Andreoni, "Private Charity, Public Goods and the Crowding Out Hypothesis," February 1988.
88-11 Charles Clotfelter and Dan Feenberg, "Is There a Regional Bias in Federal Tax Subsidy Rates for Giving?" February 1988.
88-12 Anne Firor Scott, "`To Cast Our Mite on the Altar of Benevolence...' Women Begin to Organize," January 1988.
87-01 Charles Clotfelter, "Life After Tax Reform for Higher Education," March 1987, (published in Change, July/August 1987).
87-02 Setting the Research Agenda in Philanthropy and Voluntarism: Eight Discussion Papers, Julian Wolpert, Barry Karl, Kathleen McCarthy, Russell Roberts, Jerald Schiff, Howard Margolis, Robert Payton, and John O'Connor, April 1987.
86-01 Jinbang Kim, Doctoral Candidate, Department of Economics, "Economic Approaches to Altruism: A Review," 1986.
86-02 Nigel Boyle, Doctoral Candidate, Department of Political Science, "Voluntary Organizations and Public Policy: The Case of Active Employment Policy in Britain 1979-88," 1986.
86-03 Craufurd D. Goodwin, "Doing Good and Spreading the Gospel (Economic)," October 1986.
86-04 Burton A. Weisbrod, "The Nonprofit Economy," August 1986.
86-05 Setting the Research Agenda in Philanthropy and Voluntarism: A Discussion, transcript of a Conference held November 20-21, 1986.
Hardcopy versions of Working papers may be requested by writing to:
Center for the Study of Philanthropy and Voluntarism
P.O. Box 90249
Durham, NC 27708-0249
Or can be ordered by phone or fax:
919/613-7361 (Phone) Tuesdays and Thursdays Only
You may order two papers free of charge, and additional papers
at a cost of $3.00 apiece. Please make your check out to Duke