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Jansen, Paul J., Katz, David M. 2002. “For Nonprofits, Time is Money." McKinsey Quarterly, p. 124. 1 January 2002

Kaiser, Rob. "Donors look past cash to aid community fixes." Chicago Tribune. 7 January, 2002.

Kornblum, Janet. "Ain't too proud to beg on the Net." USA Today. 8 January, 2002.

Katzeff, Paul. “Better Late than Never for Boomers: The Realization.” Investor’s Business Daily. 31 January,2002.

Author, 2002. “Newsmakers.”The Boston College Chronicle. 17 January, 2002.

Pope, Tom. 2002. “Offering Blessings: The new physics of enticing giving.” The NonProfit Times. 15 January, 2002.

Syverson, Johnne D. “The Junkyard Dog Attorney Foundation: The Result of Effective Values-Based Financial Planning.” Gift Planner’s Digest. 28 January 2002.


Krebsbach, Karen. “The new face of philanthropy.” Bank Investment Marketing. 1 February 2002.

Noriyuki, Duane. “Often It’s Not the Giving That’s Tough, It’s the Deciding.” LA Times. 3 February, 2002.

Author, 2002. “Newsmakers.”The Boston College Chronicle. Februaury 14, 2002


Paul G. Schervish. "The New Philanthropists." Big Idea. Boston Sunday Globe 3 March, 2002. Download Complete Articles (pdf 1.8MB)

HNW Wealth News. “Giving: Schervish on Wealth Transfer.” 7 March, 2002.

Winik, Lyric Wallwork. “You Have to Be Open to Changing Your Course.” Parade Magazine. 10 March, 2002.

Nonprofitxpress: The Online Source for Nonprofit and Philanthropy News. "Wealth Transfer." 11 March, 2002.

Giving New England E-news. “Paul Schervish revisits the intergenerational transfer of wealth in recent Boston Globe article.” March 2002.

Author, 2002. “Newsmakers.”The Boston College Chronicle. March 14, 2002.

Author, 2002. “Grants.” The Boston College Chronicle. March 14, 2002.

Watkins, Steve. “The Gift that keeps on Giving: Huge Rise in Bequests Forecast.” Investor’s Business Daily. 27 March 2002.

Krebsbach, Karen. “US non-profit sector has outgrown economic growth.” Financial Service Marketing. March 2002.

Author, 2002. “Wachovia unit targets donors, foundations.” The Business Journal. 15 March 2002.

Icave, Michael. “Some Advice for the Rich." Australian Financial Review. 28 March 2002.


HNW Wealth News. “How Charity Begins at Home.” From Private Banker International. 8 April 2002.

Davis, Andy. “Huge Gifts From Rich Add Up to U.S. Trend Waltons’ Donation of $300 Million Cited.” The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. 22 April 2002.

Author, 2002. “People.” The Boston College Chronicle. 25 April 2002.

Strom, Stephanie. “The Newly Rich Are Fueling a New Era in Philanthropy.” The New York Times. 27 April 2002.

Murphy, Dean E. “In Crisis, U.S. Catholics See Turning Point for Church.”The New York Times. 28 April 2002.


Fenn, Donna. “For Years Philanthropy has been the preserve of the Super-Rich. Now Entrepreneurs are bringing it to the mass market; Shaking the Foundations.” INCMagazine. 1 May 2002. pp.92-94.

Westh, Anne. “Katolikker kraever kontrol med kirken.” Kristeligt Dagblad. 2 May 2002.

Davis, Martin. “The Newly Rich and Philanthropy’s New Era.” New York Times. Philanthropy Update. 7 May 2002

Strom, Stephanie. “Rockefellers Starting Service Philanthropists.” The New York Times. 8 May 2002.




Author, 2002. “Newsmakers.”The Boston College Chronicle. 10 May 2002.




Hopkins, Jim. “Fame and Wealth Can Lead to All Kinds of Trouble.”USA Today online. 10 May 2002.




Sullivan, Andrew. “The Overclass Flies In.” Sunday Times. 19 May 2002.




Author, 2002. “Citizens Bank to host philanthropy forum.” Union Leader. 22 May 2002.




Author, 2002. “Are You Prepared for the Donors in Your Future?” Advancing Philanthropy. May/June 2002. pp. 16-19, 42-45.




Author, 2002. “Time and a Half.” The Boston College Chronicle. 24 May 2002.




Brinsley, John. “Researcher Finding Not All Rich Have Wealthy Attitudes.” (PDF) Los Angeles Business Journal. 27 May 2002.




Davidow, Audrey. “The Commonplace Millionaires.” Los Angeles Business Journal. 27 May 2002.




Katzeff, Paul. “Finding Help Amid a Field of Investing.” Investor’s Business Daily. 30 May 2002.




Blum, Debra E. “Tailor-Made for Charity.” The Chronicle of Philanthropy. 30 May 2002.




Author. “Briefly Noted.” Philanthropy. May/June 2002.










Geary, Leslie Haggin. “Charity Philanthropy Inc.” Money Magazine. 1 June 2002.




Brill, Betsy. “Incorporating Philanthropic Planning Adds Value to Your Client Services and Makes Good Business Sense for You.” Gift Planner’s Digest. 4 June 2002.




NPR's "Talk of the Nation." "Role of the Laity." 13 June 2002. As U.S. Catholic bishops met in Dallas, Prof. Paul Schervish discussed the role of the laity in the Church during his June 13 appearance (Real Player required). The transcript of the show is available.




Vegh, Steven G. “Portsmouth Parish Sends Harsh Words to Bishops.” The Virginian-Pilot. 13 June 2002.




Ellen Goodman."Death Tax Wannabes: Op-Ed." Boston Sunday Globe, June 16, 2002.




Olivari, Nick. “Boomers May Leave Trillions for Children to Invest.” Reuters. 13 June 2002.




CNNFN’s The Money Gang. “Smart Assets: Leaving Money Behind Isn’t as Simple as You Think.” 17 June 2002.




Gates, William H. Sr. and Chuck Collins. “Tax the Wealthy: Why America Needs the Estate Tax.” The American Prospect. 17 June 2002.




Cohen, Todd. “Advisors Focus on Donor Values.” Philanthropy Journal. 19 June 2002.




Ornstein, Norman J. “The ‘Death Tax’ Should Be Reformed – Not Eliminated.” Roll Call. 20 June 2002.










Carpenter, Clint. “What Great Reward? Bequest Giving Drops In 2001 Despite More Deaths.” The NonProfit Times. 1 July 2002.




Bailey, Elizabeth. “Modern Medici Give the Lie to Rapacious Corporate Life.” Financial Times. 6/7 July 2002. Download Article (PDF)




Bank, David and Martha Brannigan. “Major Donors Slash Gifts to Charity as Stocks Fall.” The Wall Street Journal. 19 July 2002.




Lexington. “In Praise of the Unspeakable.” The Economist. 20 July 2002.




Author. “Plunging Stock Values Lead to Reduced Charitable Giving.” Philanthropy News Digest. 23 July 2002.




Stanley, Donnie. “Market Slump Slams Charity.” Philanthropy Journal. 24 July 2002.










Author. “The NPT Power and Influence Top 50 2002.” The NonProfit Times. 1 August 2002.




Price, Margaret. “Inherited Problems: Unhappy Heirs Increasingly Turn to the Courts when Windfalls End Up Smaller than Expected.” Newsday. 4 August 2002.










Kurlantzick, Joshua. "Been There, Done That." Entrepreneur. September 2002.




Author. “People.” The Boston College Chronicle. 6 September 2002.




Bank, David. “Giving While Living.” The Wall Street Journal. 10 September 2002.




Nancy Keates. "Recession Also Hard on Kids." The Deseret News. Salt Lake City. 19 September 2002.










Paul G. Schervish. Interviewee. Chronicle: Special on Philanthropy. WCVB-TV—Channel 5. 9 October 2002.




Paul G. Schervish. “Contrasting Views: The Impact of Estate-Tax Repeal.” Trusteeship. Vol. 10, no. 22. September/October 2002.










Author. “Time and a Half.” Boston College Chronicle. November 14, 2002.




Jerry Ackerman. “Family Foundations Send a Message with Money: Tax-Sheltered Funds Provide Life Lessons in Giving.” Boston Sunday Globe. 24 November 2002.




Judith Timson. “Another View --Donors' gifts a big story in hard times.” Toronto Globe & Mail. 30 November 2002










Reid, Alexander . “Spirit of Giving Measured, Town by Town.” Boston Globe: Globe Northwest. 1 December 2002.




Schmuckler, Eric. “A Shock to the System: Philanthropies Are Learning to Cope and Even Prosper in a Tough Economy.” Barron’s. 9 December 2002.




Sullivan, Aline. “Affair of the Heart: Why Americans, Rich and Poor, Find Power in Their Generosity.” Barron’s. 9 December 2002.




Author, 2002. “Despite Weak Economy, Long-Term Outlook for Philanthropy Remains Positive.” Philanthropy News Digest. 10 December 2002.




Author, 2002. “People.” The Boston College Chronicle. 13 December 2002.




Author. “Charitable Giving To Grow in Long Term.” The Wall Street Journal. 23 December 2002.




Bank, David. “Charities’ Long-Term Chances For Funds Are Seen as Strong.” The Wall Street Journal online. 23 December 2002.




Wyatt, Jeanie. “Giving isn’t tied to wealth; Most give because they think of the needs of others as their own.” San Antonio Express-News. 23 December 2002




Brown, Diana. “Globe Northwest People.” Boston Globe / Northwest. 29 December 2002.




Cohen, Jeffrey B. “Connecticut Weekly Desk – State Has Become More Generous, but Still Lags the Nation.” New York Times. 29 December 2002.