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Charity and Government: Tax Reform and Beyond

Monday, April 15, 2013 from 9:30 AM to 1:30 PM (EDT)

Washington, United States

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Charity and Government: Tax Reform and Beyond
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9:30am-10:40am - Session One
As an Independent Sector, Is Charity a Substitute, Complement, Adversary, or Something Else for Government?

  • Eugene Tempel, Indiana University (moderator)
  • Adam Parachin, University of Western Ontario
  • Eugene Steuerle, Urban Institute
  • Joseph Thorndike, Tax Analysts, University of Virginia

10:40am-11:50am - Session Two
What Is the Definition of Charity, and Who Decides How to Define It?

  • John Tyler, Kauffman Foundation (moderator)
  • Bradford Gray, Urban Institute
  • Alex Reid, of counsel, Morgan Lewis
  • Marion Fremont-Smith, Hauser Center for Nonprofit Organizations, Harvard University

11:50am-12:20pm: Lunch

 

12:20pm-1:30pm - Session Three
Philanthropy’s Relationship to Current Policy Debates

  • Elizabeth T. Boris, Urban Institute (moderator)
  • Arthur Brooks, American Enterprise Institute
  • Joanne Florino, Philanthropy Roundtable
  • William Galston, Brookings Institution
  • Pat Read, consultant

This conference will look broadly at the relationship between the government and nonprofit sectors and their mutual yet distinct roles in the modern economy.


The first panel will look at the roles and responsibilities of nonprofit organizations and government and how they have evolved over time.  In what areas might the private sector or government be better equipped to provide solutions for societal problems?  How do they cooperate and compete and cajole each other to do better?  The second panel will delve more deeply into just what is a charity. As the nonprofit sector has expanded over the last century, more activities, such as education and health, are performed both in the nonprofit and business sectors, often with significant government support.  This inevitably leads to many boundary questions, including the extent to which some government subsidies yield charitable output.  The third panel will relate the earlier discussions to current policy proposals such as capping the charitable deduction and examine how both federal and state/local budget constraints add pressure to this dynamic and evolving relationship between the sectors.

 

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When & Where

2100 M Street, N.W.
Washington, 20037

Monday, April 15, 2013 from 9:30 AM to 1:30 PM (EDT)


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