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How bankruptcy can help USA Gymnastics and the Boy Scouts compensate...

Pamela Foohey, Indiana University USA Gymnastics and the Boy Scouts of America sex abuse scandals have rocked communities nationwide. Revelations regarding decades of the sexual...

How Salvation Army’s red kettles became a Christmas tradition

Diane Winston, University of Southern California, Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism Tinseled trees and snowy landscapes are not the only signs of the upcoming...

Not everyone wants their donations touted on Facebook or plastered on...

Karen Winterich, Pennsylvania State University I recently made a donation on a friend’s GoFundMe page. I paused over the box to hide my name before...

Federal funding for higher ed comes with strings attached, but is...

Jason Alix Coupet, North Carolina State University When nonprofit colleges and universities get federal funding for research and to support students, do government regulations make...

Want to help after hurricanes? Give cash, not diapers

Julia Brooks, Harvard University Some companies and community groups didn’t wait for Hurricane Florence to make landfall before organizing donation drives. But as a researcher...

What criminal conspiracy charges against an alleged Russian spy might mean...

Brian Galle, Georgetown University Editor’s note: U.S. authorities have arrested Mariia Butina, a Russian advocate for firearms ownership also known as Maria. In a criminal...

Silicon Valley’s cautionary tale shows what can go wrong when charities...

Brian Mittendorf, The Ohio State University An obsession with growth. A failure to intervene when an executive allegedly bullies and sexually harasses staff. High employee...

Why turning homelessness into a crime is cruel and costly

Joseph W. Mead, Cleveland State University and Sara Rankin, Seattle University Increasingly, local laws punish Americans who are homeless. By severely restricting or even barring the...

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Making cities better: voluntary programs aren’t enough

By Jeroen van der Heijden, Australian National University Voluntary programs are all the rage. From ratcheting up cybersecurity to fighting obesity, firms in the United...