Stanford University

For The Philanthropy, Policy And Technology Project At The Center On Philanthropy And Civil Society

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The flow of philanthropic dollars is larger than ever: for-profit companies are pursuing social bottom lines, nonprofits are employing business metrics, and large philanthropies are partnering with government to stimulate innovation. In short, the blurring of the boundaries between states, for-profits, and nonprofits, overlaid by rapid technological advancements, is fundamentally altering the how and where of social change, and who makes it happen. However, all of these twenty-first-century changes are taking place within a twentieth-century public policy framework. The Philanthropy, Policy and Technology project of our GOS grantee, the Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society, will map and document these changes in philanthropy, their causes, and their possible effects. It will also propose policies that will support and stimulate a sustainable, diverse, vibrant and equitable independent sector as it faces these changes.
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for support of the Regulation, Evaluation, and Governance Lab  
The Regulation, Evaluation, and Governance Lab (RegLab) at Stanford University partners with government agencies to design and evaluate programs, policies, and technologies that modernize government and restore trust in governance. RegLab is an interdisciplinary team of legal experts, data scientists, social scientists, and engineers who are passionate about building an evidence base and high-impact demonstration projects for better government. (Substrategy: Executive Branch)
for the Internet Observatory at the Cyber Policy Center  
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