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Nackte Kaiser retten die Welt – Philanthrokapitalismus

  • Berit Sandberg
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Part of the Bürgergesellschaft und Demokratie book series (BÜD, volume 46)

Abstract

Philanthrokapitalismus gehört zu den Spielarten einer neuen Philanthropie, die Handlungslogiken und Management-Strategien aus der Wirtschaft auf den Dritten Sektor überträgt. Das Phänomen wird mit philanthropischen Aktivitäten vermögender Unternehmerpersönlichkeiten und mit deren einflussreichen Stiftungen konnotiert, beeinflusst aber auch die Arbeitsweise und Förderpraxis anderer Organisationen. Philanthrokapitalismus steht für ein globales Modell institutionalisierter Förderung mit international ausgerichteter Programmatik, dessen empirische Relevanz, Funktionsweisen und Auswirkungen noch weitgehend unerforscht sind. Philanthrokapitalismus besitzt eine soziale, eine geographische, eine ökonomische, eine sozioökonomische, eine politische, eine kulturelle und eine ethische Dimension, die Ansatzpunkte für die Forschung liefern.

Keywords:

Nonprofit-Organisationen, Dritter Sektor, Zivilgesellschaft, Philanthropie, Philanthrokapitalismus, Stiftung, Ökonomisierung 

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  • Berit Sandberg
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  1. 1.FB Wirtschaftswissenschaften I | Public ManagementHochschule für Technik und Wirtschaft (HTW) BerlinBerlinDeutschland

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