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Notes on Contributors HELMUT K. ANHEIER is Professor of Sociology and Dean at the Hertie School of Governance in Berlin. His recent publi­ cations include Foundations andAmerican Society (with Hammack, 2009). jo n b a k ija , a Professor ofEconomics at Williams College, is coauthor of Taxing Ourselves:A Citizen’s Guide totheDebate over Taxes (4th ed. 2008). l o p a m u d r a b a n e r je e , Assistant Professor of Economics at The New School, is engaged in a research program examining disasters and discontinui­ ties in the natural physical system, and disorders and disequilibria in the social system. jo a n n e b a r k a n ’s series of articles on philanthropy and the corporate reform ofpublic education in the United States can be found at r ic h a r d b e r n s t e in is Vera List Professor of Philosophy at The New School for Social Research. He is author of several books, including RadicalEvil:A PhilosophicInterrogation (2002). m a t t h e w b is h o p is NewYork Bureau Chiefof TheEconomist. The author of several books, including Philanthrocapitalism: How GivingCan Save the World (with Green, 2008). He is on Twitter as @mattbish. e m a n u e l e c a s t a n o , Associate Professor of Psychology at The New School for Social Research, has written on topics ranging from morality in the context of intergroup violence to empathy and exis­ tential psychology. Mic h a e l c o h e n , Professor of International Affairs and Director, Studley Graduate Program in International Affairs, The New School, is completing a book on Argentina’s recoveiy from the economic crisis o f2001. l e w d a l y is Director ofthe Sustainable Progress Initiative and Senior Fellow at Demos. His books include God’sEconomy: Faith-Based Initiatives and the Caring State (2009). n ic o l a s d e TORRENTÉ manages a program to strengthen democracy in Uganda. He worked for 15 years with Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders, including as Executive Director ofMSF in the United States. ja m e s R. d o ty , is Clinical Professor of Neurosurgeiy at Stanford University School of Medicine and director ofthe Center for the Study of Compassion and Altruism Research and Education (CCARE). Dia n a l . e c k is Professor of Comparative Religion and Indian Studies, Fredric Wertham Professor of Law and Psychiatry in Society, and Member ofthe Faculty of Divinity at Harvard Divinity School. MICHELE KAHANE is Professor of Professional Practice at the Milano School ofInternational Affairs, Management, and Urban Policy at The New School for Public Engagement Dia n a le a t is a Visiting Professor at Cass Business School London. Her most recent publication, Private Battles, examines the role ofthe Rockefeller Foundation in Europe during World War II. Mic h a e l m c c u l l o u g h is Professor of Psychology and Director the Evolution and Human Behavior Laboratory of at the University of Miami in Coral Gables. His books include Beyond Revenge: The Evolution ofthe Forgiveness Instinct (2008). DEOGRATIAS (DEO) NtYTZONKTZA is founder and director ofVillage Health Works and a leading advocate for the most impoverished people in the world. His stoiy is told in Tracy Kidder’s book, Strength in What Remains (2009). e r ic j. p e d e r s e n is a PhD student in the Evolution and Human Behavior Laboratory at the University of Miami. His recent publications include “Do humans really punish altruistically? A closer look” (Proc. R. Soc. Lend. B„ 2013). r o b r e ic h is Associate Professor of Political Science, Faculty Director ofthe Program on Ethics in Society, and Faculty Co-Director ofthe Center for Philanthropy and Civil Society at Stanford University. t in a r o s e n b e r g is co-writer of “Fixes,” a weekly NewYork Times column about solutions to social problems. Her books includeJoin the Club: HowPeer Pressure Can Transform the World (2011). t im...


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