Publicness and the Identity of Public Foundations

@article{Williamson2019PublicnessAT,
  title={Publicness and the Identity of Public Foundations},
  author={Alexandra Kate Williamson and Belinda G. Luke},
  journal={The Foundation Review},
  year={2019}
}
Australian foundations have traditionally sought and received high levels of privacy and are often reluctant to disclose information publicly (McGregor-Lowndes & Williamson, 2018). This article explores how perceptions of publicness within Public Ancillary Funds (PubAFs) inform and shape their practice, conduct and identity. PubAFs are a diverse foundation group with little homogeneity in their operating models. They include community and corporate foundations, fundraising foundations for… 

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