Table of contents for Philanthropy and social change in Latin America / editors, Cynthia Sanborn and Felipe Portocarrero.

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Philanthropy and the Social Deficit in Latin America 
John C. Coatsworth 
Editors« Introduction & Acknowledgements 
About the Contributors 
Section I: Latin American Philanthropy, Past and Present
1.	Philanthropy in Latin America: Historical Traditions and Current Trends 
Cynthia Sanborn 
2.	Social Catholicism and Voluntary Associations in Mexico
Silvia Arrom. 
3. Volunteers and Donors: Patterns of Civic Engagement in Contemporary Peru
 	 Felipe Portocarrero 
4. Promoting "New Volunteerism" in the Brazilian Context
 Leilah Landim 
Section II. The Corporate Contribution: Social Responsibility in Changing Times
5.	The Promotion of Corporate Social Responsibility in Latin America
Felipe Ag¿ero 
7.	Rosa Maria Fischer 
7.	Private Contributions to the Public Sphere: Corporate Foundations in Colombia
Cristina Rojas and Gustavo Morales
8. Philanthropy and Corporate Social Responsibility in Peru 
Francisco Durand 
9. Corporate Social Action in a Context of Crisis: Reflections on the Argentine Case
Mario Roitter 
Section III: Foundations and Frameworks: Building an Enabling Environment
10.	 Private Resources for Public Ends: Grantmakers in Brazil, Ecuador and Mexico
Shari Turitz and David Winder. 
11.	 Too Much or Too Little? The Role of Tax Regimes in Promoting Philanthropy 
Ignacio Irrarazaval, Julio Guzm¿n and ... Jaramillo?
12. Creating a Favorable Environment for Philanthropy and Civil Society in Brazil 
 Eduardo Szazi 
13. Enabling Environments for Philanthropy and Civil Society: The Chilean Case. Gonzalo de 
la Maza
14. Self-Regulation and the Legitimacy of Civil Society: Ideas for Action
 Rodrigo Villar 
Section V. Reflections from International Practice 
15. Organized Philanthropy North and South 
Christine Letts 
16. Accountability, Legitimacy and Civil Society: A Comparative Perspective
 L. David Brown 
17. Strengthening Philanthropy and Civil Society Through Policy Reform: From 
Proposals to Action 
Merilee Grindle

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Charities -- Latin America.
Social service -- Latin America.
Social change -- Latin America.