Media Citations - 2001
center on wealth and philanthropy
Page. Andrew. 2001. The New Philanthropy. Avenue, January, p. 60-66
The Wall Street Journal. 2001. Letters to the Editor: How to Create Big-Hearted Businesses, 5 January.
Schervish, Paul. 2001. Philanthropy Can Thrive Without Estate Tax. Chronicle of Philanthropy, 11 January.
Libby, Leanne. 2001. Giving Benefactors Influence Quality of Life, Growth. Economic Stimulus Isn’t the Aim of Gifts, but is Among Appreciated Results. Corpus Christi Caller Times, 28 January.
Sokis, Benjamin. 2001. Fall to Grace: Gen X Versus the New Economy. New Republic, 29 January.
Asinof, Lynn. 2001. Unwise Wisdom: Leave All Your Money to Your Children. The Wall Street Journal, 29 January.
Edmondson, Brad. 2001. Death and Taxes. Preservation, January – February.
Ornstein, Norman. 2001. Estate Tax’s End Might Squeeze Charitable Aid. USA Today, 1 February, Pg, 13A, Boston College Chronicle. 2001. Newsmakers. 1 February, p. 2.
Kampeas, Ron. 2001. Billionaires Decide Exactly Where Dollars Go. Mobile Register, 06 February.
Kampeas, Ron. 2001. On Their Own Terms. Sun-Sentinel, 06 February.
Kampeas, Ron. 2001. Philanthropists’ Giving Comes With a Price. News Tribune, 06 February.
Associated Press, 2001. Billionaires Make Giving Personal by Bypassing Charities. Florida Times-Union, 06 February.
Kampeas, Ron. 2001. Billionaires Get Personal in Donating to Charities. Detroit News, 06 February.
Kampeas, Ron. 2001. New Philanthropists Bypass Charities. Sarasota Herald-Tribune, 06 February.
Kampeas, Ron. 2001. Moguls Choose Causes Carefully. Detriot Free Press, 06 February.
Kampeas, Ron. 2001. Today’s Philanthropists Give on Their Own Terms. Akron Beacon Journal, 06 February.
Associated Press, 2001. New Philanthropy: Billionaires Decide Exactly Where Dollars Go. Daily Record, 07 February.
Kampeas, Ron. 2001. Gates, Soros Changing Face of Philanthropy. Seattle Daily Journal of Commerce, 07 February.
Kampeas, Ron. 2001. The "New Philanthropists." Ottawa Citizen, 08 February.
The Chronicle of Philanthropy. 2001. Letters to the Editor – Elimination of the Estate Tax Won’t Do Charities Any Good, 08 February.
Clarke, Susan Strother. 2001. Working From Home Not For Layabouts. Press-Enterprise, 10 February.
Kampeas, Ron, 2001. Philanthropists Take Control. Sunday News Journal, 11 February.
Kampeas, Ron. 2001. Donors Taking Charity Into Their Own Hands. Charlotte Observer, 11 February.
Carr, Rebecca. 2001. Superdonors’ Super Power. The Atlanta Journal and Constitution. 11 February, p. 1F.
Kampeas, Ron. 2001. Giving Their Way. Patriot-News, 12 February.
Shubarth, Cromwell. Crossing Estate Lines. P.25 Boston Herald, February 12, 2001.
Gigot, Paul. 2001. Fat-Cat Cavalry Rides in to Rescue High Taxes. The Wall Street Journal. 16 February.
Kramer, Hilton. 2001. Charity Doesn’t Depend on the Tax Code. The Wall Street Journal. 21 February.
Jenkins, Holman W. Jr. 2001. Let’s Have More Heirs and Heiresses. The Wall Street Journal. 21 February.
Abel, David. 2001. Estate Tax End May Hit Charity. Boston Sunday Globe. 25 February.
O’Rourke, Lawrence. 2001. Charities Fear Bid to End Estate Tax. Sacramento Bee, 27 February.
President Bush’s Plan to Eliminate Estate Tax Worries Many in the Philanthropic Community.NPR: All Things Considered, 2 March.
The Boston College Chronicle. 2001. Newsmakers, 15 March.
Hebel, Sara. 2001. Colleges Anxiously Eye Plan to Repeal the Estate Tax, Some Institutions Expect Few Gifts But Others Say the Fears are Overblown. Chronicle of Higher Education, 16 March.
Bird, Christiane. 2001. TIAA-CREEF Focuses on Growing Market: SmallerEndowments. Dow Jones News Service. 18 April.
Give & Take. 2001. New Report Shows How Super-Wealthy Give. Vol. 33, No. 5, May.
Schwinn, Elizabeth. 2001. Economic Downturn Won't Deter High-Tech Donors, Study Finds. The Chronicle of Philanthropy. 03 May.
Business Editors. 2001. New Study by The Association of Fundraising Professionals Finds High Tech Donors Still Committed to Giving, Business Wire, 03 May.
Johnson, David. 2001. Techies Take Different Approach to Philanthropy. Scripps Howard News Service. 04 May.
Segal, Cheryl. 2001. Study Tells How to Woo High-Tech Donors. The Atlanta Constitution. 04 May, p. A8.
Beehner, Reggie. 2001. High-Tech Entrepreneurs Change Face of Charity. PCWorld.com, 04 May.
Island Packet Online. 2001. The New Techie Philanthropy, 04 May.
Segal, Cheryl. 2001. Want a Corporate Gift? Make Charity More Like a Business. Austin American-Statesman. 05 May.
Pollock, Will. 2001. Wired for Generosity: Tech Execs Serious About Charity. CBS.MarketWatch.com, 05 May.
Cambanis, Thanassis. 2001. Doing Well by Doing Good. Boston Globe Online. 06 May.
National Journal's Technology Daily. 2001. Techies Just Keep Giving, And Giving..., 07 May.
The Straits Times (Singapore). 2001. They're Young, They're Rich, They're Technies, They're America's New Big Hearts. High-tech US Millionaires Are Big-Time Donors, But Their Choice of Causes Differs From Philanthropists of the Preceding Generation, a Study Finds. 08 May.
Philanthropy News Digest. 2001. Study Finds High-Tech Donors Committed to Philanthropy. 08 May, Vol. 7, No. 19.
Gordon, Jon. 2001 High-Tech Philanthropy. MPR: Future Tense, 11 May.
Schwinn, Elizabeth. 2001. New Study Details Giving Habits, Preferences of High-Tech Millionaires. The Chronicle of Philanthropy. 17 May.
The Boston College Chronicle. 2001. Publications, 25 May.
Delaney, Patricia. 2001. BC Studies 'New Breed' of Givers. The Boston College Chronicle. 25 May.
Morse Wooster, Martin. 2001. Giving on Internet Time, The Galt Global Review, 01 June.
Wall Street Journal. 2001. Letters to the Editor: How to Create Big-Hearted Businesses, 5 June.
Economist.com. 2001. Giving Something Back. 14 June.
Moullakis, Joyce and Tony Walker. 2001. "Perspective: Australia’s Richest People: What They Give," Australian Financial Review. 22 June.
Johnston, David Cay. 2001. "Coping With a Tax That Has Nine Lives," The New York Times. 24 June.
Seebach, Linda. 2001. "Bigger and Better Philanthropy," Scripps Howard News Service. 29 June.
Schervish, Paul. 2001. "The Modern Medici: Patterns, Motivations, and Giving Strategies of the Wealthy." What is ‘New’ About the New Philanthropy?: A Summary of a Forum on Philanthropy, Public Policy and the Economy. The USC Center on Philanthropy and Public Policy.
Private Wealth Advisor. 2001. Agent-Animated Wealth and Philanthropy. July/ August.
Philanthropy Matters. 2001. Surveying the Giving Landscape. Spring. Vol. 2, Issue 1.
"The Giving Boom: How the New Philanthropy Will Change America," PBS Think Tank, www.pbs.org/thinktank. July 12.
Keats, Nancy. 2001. "A Kid Recession?" The Wall Street Journal. July 13.
Keats, Nancy 2001. "Kids Feel Slowdown more than Parents; Part-Time Jobs Are Needed to Get Cars." The Wall Street Journal. 13 July.
Healy, Patrick. 2001. "BC’s Capital Drive Seen Lagging," The Boston Globe. 15 July.
Business First. 2001. Weekly 15. 16 July.
Boudreau, John. 2001. "San Francisco Group’s web site connects people in search of doing good," San Jose Mercury News. 11 August.
Belmont Citizen Herald, Neighbors. 2001. "Schervish named to ‘Power and Influence Top 50.’" Vol. 12. No. 32. Pg. 7. 9 August.
INForsyth. "Forsyth Trustee Receives Recognition". August 15.
Xueying, Li. 2001. "More Parents Cut Off Kids and Leave Money to Charity," The Straits Times (Singapore). 27 August.
Copeland, Libby. "The Gold Standard," The Washington Post. August 28.
Pamela, Greene. “Taxes and Giving.” Entrepreneur Magazine. September 2001.
Gawlik, Stephan. 2001. "SWRI’s Schervish and Havens in Top 50 of Non-Profit Field," The Boston College Chronicle. 07 September.
Paulson, Michael, 2001. "A Cause for Some Concern," The Boston Sunday Globe. 30 September. City and Region.
Barton, Jill. 2001. "Donations Flow to N.Y., dry up for local groups; Charities, Nonprofits worry they won’t recover before the holidays," Sarasota Herald-Tribune. 30 September, Sunday All Editions.
Ott, Tanya, 2001. "Raising money for the victims of the terrorist attacks," Marketplace Morning Report. 24 September.
Rooney, Patrick and Kathryn Steinberg. "A Methodological Comparison of Giving Surveys: Indiana as a Test Case." Sage Publications. September 2001.
Author, 2001. "U.S. strikes back diplomacy in brief/ Nationwide terror-relief donations," Los Angeles Times. 9 October.
Levinson, Arlene, 2001. "Attacks have opened floodgates of charitable giving by people feeling kinship with victims," Associated Press. 9 October
Paulson, Amanda. 2001. "Nearly $1 billion raised- but who gets it? Charities face the difficult task of distributing funds fast and equitably," Christian Science Monitor. 9 October.
Interviews with Kansas Radio Stations, KFKF and KUDL. 2001. Re: National Philanthropy Day. October 10.
Author, 2001. "Newsmakers," The Boston College Chronicle. 18 October.
World-Herald Bureau, 2001. "Nebraskans' age, migration are factors in analysis," Sunday World-Herald. 28 October.
Noonan, Erica. 2001. "Doing good at home: Donors urged to think locally, act generously." Boston Globe. 8 November.
Kong, Dolores. 2001. "Fortunate seek guidance in giving away their wealth." Boston Globe. 18 November.
Feraca, Jean. 2001. "Interview with Paul Schervish. Director, Social Welfare Research Institute; Professor, Department of Sociology at Boston College." Wisconsin Public Radio. 23 November.
Cox, Christopher. 2001. "Giving Spirit: Charitable donations flow above and beyond disaster relief." Boston Herald. 3 December.
Maltzan, Bernd-Avon. 2001. "Beyond Investment Results." Private Wealth Advisor. December/January.