Report on foundations in the United States

This study presents the findings of a three-year study to analyze the expense and compensation patterns of the 10,000 largest foundations in the United States and whether these patterns change over time. It finds characteristics such as foundation type, size, and operating activities are important factors for understanding differences in foundation finances. Despite the economic downturn and the volatility of the stock market during the study years (2001 to 2003), the patterns of foundation expenses and compensation are clear and consistent over time.
  • Language: English
  • Released: January 2008
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