Fundações Americanas e a era da Filantropia Global: como o Brasil está longe na corrida por fomento

  • Lisa Jasinski Trinity University
  • Coreen Davis Universidade do Texas em Austin
  • Patrícia Ann Somers Universidade do Texas em Austin
  • Marilia Costa Morosini Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul
Palavras-chave: Filantropia global. Fundações privadas Norte Americanas. Internacionalização. Tendências.

Resumo

Este artigo examina fundações privadas dos Estados Unidos que fazem doações às organizações não governamentais –ONGs e instituições educacionais no Brasil, durante e após a recessão global (2006-2012). Usando dados americanos, os autores identificam as fundações privadas americanas que destinam mais dinheiro para o Brasil, nomeiam as razões das instituições que recebem o maior apoio internacional e identificam como as fundações brasileiras têm sido impactadas pela crise financeira mundial. O artigo apresenta seções que descrevem a história do financiamento da educação, a literatura de pesquisas sobre filantropia global, a metodologia, os resultados e recomendações para estudiosos brasileiros da forma mais eficaz de concretizar subvenções.

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Biografia do Autor

Lisa Jasinski, Trinity University
Faculty and Doctoral student
Coreen Davis, Universidade do Texas em Austin

Doctoral Student

sistem off research provost

Patrícia Ann Somers, Universidade do Texas em Austin
Coordenadora americana da Rede de pesquisa Utexas / PUC-RS
Marilia Costa Morosini, Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul
Pesquisador 1A CNPq, coordenadora brasileira da Rede de pesquisa PUC-Rs / Universidade do Texas.

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2016-09-12
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Jasinski, L., Davis, C., Somers, P. A., & Morosini, M. C. (2016). Fundações Americanas e a era da Filantropia Global: como o Brasil está longe na corrida por fomento. Educação, 39(2), 249-260. https://doi.org/10.15448/1981-2582.2016.2.21946
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