Family Foundation Philanthropy report - 2008

Report on the giving of the largest charitable family foundations in the US, the UK and the rest of Europe 2008.

Updated: 18/11/2014
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Family Foundation Philanthropy report - 2009

Author(s):

Cathy Pharoah

 et al.

Family Foundation Philanthropy 2009 updates and compares trends in the charitable spending of major family foundations in the UK and US.

Updated: 29/09/2014
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Family Foundation Giving Trends 2010

Author(s):

Cathy Pharoah

 et al.

Family Foundation Giving Trends 2010 is the third in a series of annual reports tracking trends in the giving of the largest 100 UK family foundations, comparing them with the US.

Updated: 29/09/2014
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Family Foundation Giving Trends 2011

Author(s):

Cathy Pharoah

 et al.

Family Foundation Giving Trends 2011 is the fourth in a series of reports updating and tracking annual trends in the giving of the largest 100 UK family foundations, and comparing them with the US.

Updated: 29/09/2014
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Views: 271

Family Foundation Giving Trends 2012

Author(s):

Cathy Pharoah

 et al.

Family Foundation Giving Trends 2012 is the fifth in a series of reports that annually updates the giving of the largest 100 family foundations in the UK, tracking trends and comparing them with their US counterparts.

Updated: 29/09/2014
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Family Foundations Giving Trends - 2014 Report

Author(s):

Cathy Pharoah

 et al.

This is the sixth annual edition of Family Foundation Giving Trends. It provides an update on annual charitable spending by the top 100 family foundations - a key indicator of the contribution of UK philanthropists, past and present.

Updated: 30/09/2014
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Persistent noise, investors’ expectations, and market meltdowns

Author(s):

Giovanni Cespa

 et al.
Industry:
Banking

What can trigger a meltdown in financial markets? This article posits that expectations dynamics in the presence of persistent market noise can play a part.

Updated: 06/05/2014
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Rule Brandtannia


Although the Queen never features in any of the world's most valuable brands lists, she is undoubtedly a superbrand. So without the advertising budget of Coke or the creativity of Apple, what makes the Queen such a valuable brand?

Like most brands, the two most important drivers are brand awareness and brand image.

Updated: 31/05/2012
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The Everyday Entrepreneur

Self-employment is the key to a better quality of life. For most women in this study their main motivation for starting a business was to increase their flexibility and improve their work life balance.

This study, commissioned by Avon Cosmetics, explores self-employment and entrepreneurship in women in the UK.

Updated: 14/01/2013
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Views: 3,513