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Diana Leat

Centennial Professor

London School of Economics

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London School of Economics

Background Information

Employment History

Director, Creative Philanthropy Programme

Carnegie UK Trust


Director

Philanthropy


Visiting Professor

Cass Business School


President

CEV Inc


Consultant, Editor

Wings


Affiliations

Queensland University of Technology

Myer Fellow


Centre for Charity Effectiveness

Visiting Professor


UCLA

Visiting Research Fellow


philanthropyaustralia.org.au

Board Member


Fund's Grants , Advocacy and Strategic Development Committee

Member


The Diana

Board Member


Deakin University

Senior Research Fellow


Education

PhD


Web References(76 Total References)


Third Sector Review Contents | ANZTSR

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Diana Leat, Queensland University of Technology
Diana Leat, Queensland University of Technology Diana Leat, Queensland University of Technology, Qld Diana Leat, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK Putting Paid to Prescribed Roles: A New Era for Australian Women and Philanthropy Diana Leat, UK Government and the Nonprofit Sector: Lessons from the United States


The Australian and New Zealand Third Sector Research Inc (ANZTSR)

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Diana Leat, Queensland University of Technology
Diana Leat, Queensland University of Technology Diana Leat, Queensland University of Technology, Qld Diana Leat, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK Putting Paid to Prescribed Roles: A New Era for Australian Women and Philanthropy Diana Leat, UK Government and the Nonprofit Sector: Lessons from the United States


Publications List

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Diana Leat, Queensland University of Technology
Diana Leat, Queensland University of Technology Diana Leat, Queensland University of Technology, Qld Diana Leat, London School of Economics and Political Science, UK Putting Paid to Prescribed Roles: A New Era for Australian Women and Philanthropy Diana Leat, UK Government and the Nonprofit Sector: Lessons from the United States.


Independent Sector | Member Area -- Sample Daily Media Digest

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Helmut K. Anheier and Diana Leat take a broad and international view of the purposes and function of philanthropic foundations, in contrast to that of Frumkin and most commentators on the American experience.
Anheier, a professor of social welfare and public policy at the University of California at Los Angeles, and Leat, a visiting fellow at the London School of Economics and Political Science, write, "Rather than simply asking for more philanthropic money, the need is to find ways of making new and existing resources work more effectively.


Independent Sector | Member Area -- Sample Daily Media Digest

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Helmut K. Anheier and Diana Leat take a broad and international view of the purposes and function of philanthropic foundations, in contrast to that of Frumkin and most commentators on the American experience.
Anheier, a professor of social welfare and public policy at the University of California at Los Angeles, and Leat, a visiting fellow at the London School of Economics and Political Science, write, "Rather than simply asking for more philanthropic money, the need is to find ways of making new and existing resources work more effectively."


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