Founders, Families, and Futures: Perspectives on the Accountability of Australian Private Ancillary Funds

@article{Williamson2017FoundersFA,
  title={Founders, Families, and Futures: Perspectives on the Accountability of Australian Private Ancillary Funds},
  author={Alexandra Kate Williamson and B. Luke and Diana Leat and Craig W. Furneaux},
  journal={Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly},
  year={2017},
  volume={46},
  pages={747 - 771}
}
  • Alexandra Kate Williamson, B. Luke, +1 author Craig W. Furneaux
  • Published 2017
  • Sociology, Political Science
  • Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly
  • This research explores perspectives on the accountability of Private Ancillary Funds (PAFs), a type of Australian endowed philanthropic foundation. PAFs are relatively new giving structures that have experienced strong growth over the past 15 years. With limited regulatory obligations and exemptions available from public reporting, PAFs have discretion in various forms of public accountability. Using Ebrahim’s conceptual framework of nonprofit accountability, this study explores PAF… CONTINUE READING
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