Paul Brest

Posts by Paul Brest

  • The promise of effective altruism (01.02.14 )

    By Paul Brest, Faculty Co-Director, Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society, and Advisory Board Member, The Conference Board Initiative on Corporate Philanthropy The contemporary effective altruism movement seeks to transform philanthropy in two ways: 1) by directing philanthropy to the most important objectives, and 2) by ensuring that philanthropic dollars are spent as effectively […]

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