Savage, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 1991. Hardbound. Octavo in dust jacket, x, 254 pp., selected bibliography, a few ink-stamps. Very Good. Item #86662
Introduction by the editors. Articles are An Economic Analysis of Philanthrophy," Barry R. Chiswick, "The Dimensions of Contemporary American Jewish Philanthropy," Kosmin, "The Relationship Between Jewish Identity and Philanthropy," Mordechai Rimor and Gary A. Tobin, "The Determinants of Jewish Charitable Giving in the Last Part of the Twentieth-Century," Ritterband, "Tradition and Transition in Jewish Women's Philanthropy," Madeleine Tress and Kosmin, "Dimensions of Giving: Volunteer Activity and Contributions of the Jewish Women of Rhode Island," Alice Goldstein, "Patterns of Giving of Some Jewish Career Women: A Preliminary Investigation," Rela Geffen Monson, "Tzedakah: Orthodox Jews and Charitable Giving," Samuel C. Heilman, "Intergenerational Philanthropic Slippage: The Case of Children of Major Jewish Philanthropic Families in New York City," Egon Mayer, "Generous Fathers, Ungenerous Children: A Small City Perspective," Arthur S. Goldberg, "The Bottom Line: Major Gifts to Federation Campaigns," Norbert Fruehauf, "Havurah Jews and Where They Give," Bethamie Horowitz, "The New Jewish Philanthropies," Ira Silverman, "The Changing Client System of Jewish Federations," Donald Feldstein, "Israeli Society and Diaspora Philanthropy: How Well Does the Gift Perform?" Israel Katz.