In order to disseminate research, the Chair has adopted this new infographic format since 2020 and will regularly create new ones, which will be made available for download on this page. You can also find them in English on the English version of the website.
An infographic is the declination of an article and a research work in the form of an illustration. This visual format facilitates the transmission of knowledge.
Towards a strategic philanthropy
This infographic is the formatting of a theory by Peter Frumkin. It is drawn from the work of adaptation of Frumkin's theory to the French context, by Anne-Claire Pache and Arthur Gautier.
A French history of philanthropy
Philanthropy has its detractors and its supporters, and rarely leaves anyone indifferent. Like other abstract ideas, it has been the subject of endless debate since its emergence in the 18th century. Far from having an immutable definition, its meaning has changed over time alongside the social, cultural and political context, but also with the actors who use it. Less present in France in the 20th century with the rise of the welfare state, it has regained a certain lustre at the beginning of the 21st century, where private donations supplement public funding in many areas.