Book Review: The Public-Private Nature of Charity Law

The Public-Private Nature of Charity Law, by Kathryn Chan, Oxford and Portland, Oregon, Hart Publishing, 2016, ISBN 978-1-78225-848-3   The 19th century social reformer Lord Brougham, commenting on opposition to the establishment of a regulatory apparatus for charities, said: Th[e] law [of England] regards the inheritance of the poor as a matter of public, not…

Profession: Philanthrope

Abstract: Who should be called a philanthropist today? Usually, this designation applies to members of the rich elite who donate important sums of money to different charitable causes. But this image is somewhat inaccurate. The paper presents some thoughts on philanthropy and on the profiles and motivations of philanthropists. Summary: Today, who should be called a philanthropist?…