Center for Global Prosperity

The Center for Global prosperity provides a platform-through conferences, discussions, publications, and media appearances-to create awareness among U.S. and international opinion leaders, as well as the general public, about the central role of the private sector, both for-profit and not-for-profit, in the creation of economic growth and prosperity in any country.

The Center’s core product is the annual Index of Global Philanthropy and Remittances, which details the sources and magnitude of private giving to the developing world. The Index reframes the discussion about the roles of public and private sectors in foreign aid by showing that the full scale of a country’s generosity is measured not just by government aid, but by private giving as well. These private financial flows-including philanthropy and volunteerism from foundations, charities, corporations, universities, and churches as well as remittances-constitute the majority of the developed world’s economic engagement with developing nations.

Philanthropic Freedom: A Pilot Study is the first analysis of philanthropic freedom across the world. In this 13 country pilot study, they examined barriers and incentives for individuals and organizations to donate resources to social causes.

The Center supports free societies, including capital markets, rule of law, government transparency, free trade and press, human rights, and private property- prerequisites for economic health and well-being.

For the latest news and updates from Hudson’s Center for Global Prosperity, be sure to check out their regular blog at http://globalprosperity.wordpress.com/.

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Carol Adelman quoted in IDRC on philanthropic giving and the developing world

For the latest news and updates from Hudson’s Center for Global Prosperity, be sure to check out their regular blog at http://globalprosperity.wordpress.com/.

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Saudi Arabia's Deportation Of Foreign Workers Will Exacerbate Middle Eastern Economic Weakness

Carol Adelman

As Saudi Arabia struggles with high unemployment among men, the kingdom has launched a deportation campaign characterized as the Middle East’s large...

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Hudson Institute Releases 2013 Index of Global Philanthropy and Remittances

Carol Adelman & Yulya Spantchak

WASHINGTON, Dec. 3, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- New research published in __Index of Global Philanthropy and Remittances: With a Special Report on...

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Emerging Economies Bring New Life To Philanthropy

Carol Adelman

Commentary by Carol Adelman, senior fellow and director of the Center for Global Prosperity at Hudson Institute, a nonpartisan research organization promoting new ideas for the advancement of global security, prosperity and freedom....

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