Philanthropy in question(s)
"Philanthropy in question(s)" is the monthly podcast of the ESSEC Philanthropy Chair.
Every last Wednesday of the month, in about 10 minutes, we share the discoveries of a researcher on philanthropy in France or internationally, across all disciplines. Our goal? Give a place to research in everyday life to help nourish critical thinking and deepen the issues related to philanthropy. Dive into research on philanthropy with us!
This podcast is only available in French.
What is philanthropy? Why and how is it studied? More importantly, why are we inviting you to join us in exploring the questions and issues raised by research on philanthropy?
In this introductory episode, Anne-Claire Pache, Arthur Gautier and Anne Monier from the ESSEC Philanthropy Chair tell us all about the origins of the Chair, the ways in which philanthropy has been studied through research and the purpose of this podcast.
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Discover all the episodes of the "Philanthropy in question(s)" podcast
An anthropology of giving (Marcel Mauss)
A look at Saudi philanthropy (Amélie Le Renard)
Philanthropy in the media (Matthew Hale)
Fundraising in times of crisis (John Godfrey, Alexandra Williamson)
Philanthropy and democracy (Sylvain A. Lefèvre, Anne Monier)
A critical look at evaluations (Liket, Rey-Garcia, Maas)
Climate philanthropy (Edouard Morena)
Philanthropy and international relations (Deniz Kuru)
[SPECIAL ISSUE] Advocacy for research (Anne Monier)
Giving to the causes of women and girls (Dale, Ackerman, Mesch, Osili and Garcia)
Fundraising and social networks: the case of Facebook (Abhishek Bhati & Diarmuid McDonnell)
Rethinking research on philanthropy (Von Schnurbein, Rey-Garcia, Neumayr)
The influence of religion on philanthropy (Henrietta Grönlund, Anne Birgitta Pessi)
Symbolic capital and corporate philanthropy: the example of Russian theatres (Shymko, Roulet, Pimentel)
"Unpopular causes" (Alison Body et Beth Breeze)
Teaching philanthropy (Lindsey McDougle)
[SPECIAL ISSUE] Climate crisis and inequalities (Anne Monier)
Philanthropy and urban governance (Pablo Fuentenebro & Michele Acuto)
Philanthropy and gender politics (Kristin Goss)
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