Publications

Wiepking, Pamala and Femida Handy (Eds.). (2015). The Palgrave Handbook of Global Philanthropy. Palgrave Macmillan: Hampshire, UK.

Wiepking, Pamala, and Femida Handy. (2015). Introduction. Pp. 3-8 in Wiepking, Pamala and Femida Handy (Eds.). The Palgrave Handbook of Global Philanthropy. Palgrave MacMillan: Hampshire, UK.

Wiepking, Pamala, and Femida Handy. (2015). Explanations for Cross-National Differences in Philanthropy. Pp. 9-24 in Wiepking, Pamala and Femida Handy (Eds.). The Palgrave Handbook of Global Philanthropy. Palgrave MacMillan: Hampshire, UK.

Wiepking, Pamala, and René Bekkers. (2015). Giving in the Netherlands: A Strong Welfare State with a Vibrant Nonprofit Sector. Pp. 211-229 in Wiepking, Pamala and Femida Handy (Eds.). The Palgrave Handbook of Global Philanthropy. Palgrave MacMillan: Hampshire, UK.

Wiepking, Pamala, and Femida Handy. (2015). The Practice of Philanthropy: The Facilitating Factors from a Cross-National Perspective. Pp. 597-624 in Wiepking, Pamala and Femida Handy (Eds.). The Palgrave Handbook of Global Philanthropy. Palgrave MacMillan: Hampshire, UK.

Wiepking, Pamala, René Bekkers and Una Osili. (2014). Examining the association of religious context with giving to non-profit organizations. European Sociological Review 30(5), 640-654.

Van Leeuwen, Marco H.D. en Pamala Wiepking. (2013). National Campaigns for Charitable Causes: A Literature Review. Symposium on national campaigns in the Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 42(2): 219-240, edited by Pamala Wiepking, Lucas Meijs and Marco H.D. van Leeuwen.

Wiepking, Pamala and Marco H.D. van Leeuwen. (2013). Picturing Generosity. Factors of success and failure of national campaigns in the Netherlands. Symposium on national campaigns in the Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 42(2): 262-284, edited by Pamala Wiepking, Lucas Meijs and Marco H.D. van Leeuwen.

Boonstoppel, Evelien en Pamala Wiepking. (2013). Geven als een sociaal dilemma. Motivationele, strategische en structurele verklaringen voor geefgedrag door vermogende Nederlanders. Pp. 131-158 in Vincent Buskens and Ineke Maas (Eds.) Mens & Maatschappij Boekeditie 2012. Amsterdam University Press: Amsterdam.

Wiepking, Pamala, and Russell James III. (2013). Why Are the Oldest Old Less Generous? An Explanation for the Unexpected Age-related Drop in Charitable Giving. Ageing & Society 33(3): 486-510.

Wiepking, Pamala and René Bekkers. (2012). Who Gives? A Literature Review of Predictors of Charitable Giving II – Gender, Marital Status, Income and Wealth. Voluntary Sector Review 3(2): 217-246.

Wiepking, Pamala, Wendy Scaife, and Katie McDonald. (2012). Motives and Barriers to Bequest Giving: The Willing and the ‘Unwilling’. Journal of Consumer Behaviour 11(1): 56-66.

Wiepking, Pamala, and Beth Breeze. (2012). Feeling Poor, Acting Stingy: The Effect of Money Perception on Charitable Giving. International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing 17(1): 13-24.

Wiepking, Pamala, and René Bekkers. (2011). Testing Mechanisms for Philanthropic Behaviour. Special issue of International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing 16(4).

Bekkers, René, and Pamala Wiepking. (2011). Testing Mechanisms for Philanthropic Behaviour. Introduction to special issue of International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing 16(4): 291-297.

Bekkers, René, and Pamala Wiepking. (2011). Who Gives? A Literature Review of Predictors of Charitable Giving I – Religion, Education, Age and Socialization. Voluntary Sector Review 2(3): 337-365.

Bekkers, Rene and Pamala Wiepking. (2011). Accuracy of Self-reports on Donations to Charitable Organizations. Quality & Quantity 45 (6): 1369-1383.

Bekkers, René, and Pamala Wiepking. (2011). A literature review of empirical studies of philanthropy: Eight mechanisms that drive charitable giving. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 40(5): 924-973.

Wiepking, Pamala, and Merijn Heijnen. (2011). The Giving Standard: Conditional Cooperation in the Case of Charitable Giving. International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing 16(1): 13-22.

Boonstoppel, Evelien, and Pamala Wiepking. (2011). Geven door vermogende Nederlanders. Pp. 165-185 in Theo Schuyt & Barbara Gouwenberg (Eds.). Geven in Nederland 2011. Giften, Legaten, Sponsoring en Vrijwilligerswerk. Reed Business: Amsterdam.

Wiepking, Pamala. (2011). Vrijgevigheid in beeld: Nationale acties voor het goede doel in Nederland. Mens & Maatschappij 86(1): 88-110.

Wiepking, Pamala. (2010). Democrats support international relief and the upper class donates to art? How opportunity, incentives and confidence affect donations to different types of charitable organizations. Social Science Research 39: 1073-1087.

Wiepking, Pamala and René Bekkers. (2010). Does Who Decides Really Matter? Causes and Consequences of Personal Financial Management in the Case of Larger and Structural Charitable Donations. Voluntas 21(2): 240 – 263.

Wiepking, Pamala, Kym Madden, and Katie McDonald. (2010). Leaving a Legacy: Bequest Giving in Australia. Australasian Marketing Journal 18: 15-22.

Wiepking, Pamala and René Bekkers. (2009). Explaining Differences in Charitable Giving in Europe. Pp. 185-191 in Harry Ganzenboom en Marion Wittenberg (Eds.). Nederland in Vergelijkend Perspectief. Tweede Nederlandse workshop European Social Survey. DANS: Den Haag

Wiepking, Pamala (Ed.). (2009). The State of Giving Research in Europe. Household donations to Charitable Organizations in Twelve Countries. Pallas Publications (Amsterdam University Press): Amsterdam, the Netherlands. You can order the book at Amsterdam University Press. Book Review bij Leigh N. Hersey in Voluntas 22(1):195-196.

Wiepking, Pamala. (2009). The Netherlands. Pp. 47-51 in Pamala Wiepking. The State of Giving Research in Europe. Household donations to Charitable Organizations in Twelve Countries. Pallas Publications (Amsterdam University Press): Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Wiepking, Pamala and Ineke Maas. (2009). Resources That Make You Generous: Effects of Human, Financial, and Social Resources on Charitable Giving. Social Forces 86 (June): 1973-1996.

Bekkers, Rene, Pamala Wiepking en Evelien Boonstoppel. (2009). Geven door huishoudens en individuen. Pp. 27-50 in Theo Schuyt & Barbara Gouwenberg. Geven in Nederland 2009. Giften, Legaten, Sponsoring en Vrijwilligerswerk. Reed Business: Amsterdam.

Wiepking, Pamala and René Bekkers. (2009). Geven door jongeren. Pp. 153-160 in Theo Schuyt & Barbara Gouwenberg. Geven in Nederland 2009. Giften, Legaten, Sponsoring en Vrijwilligerswerk. Reed Business: Amsterdam.

Wiepking, Pamala. (2009). Aan welk doel zal ik geven? Donaties aan goede doelen in Nederland. Pp. 25-41 in Bronner et al. (red.) Ontwikkelingen in het marktonderzoek. Jaarboek 2009 MarktOnderzoekAssociatie, 2009.

James III, Russell, and Pamala Wiepking. (2008). A Comparative Analysis of Educational Donors in the Netherlands. International Journal of Educational Advancement, 8(2).

Wiepking, Pamala. (2008). For the Love of Mankind. A Sociological Study on Charitable Giving. PhD Dissertation VU University Amsterdam, defended April 21, 2008.

Wiepking, Pamala. (2007). The Philanthropic Poor: In Search of Explanations for the Relative Generosity of Lower Income Households. Voluntas 18(4): 339-358.

Wiepking, Pamala. (2007). Een halve eeuw vrijgevigheid in beeld. Nationale acties voor het goede doel in Nederland. In Marco van Leeuwen en Vibeke Kingma (Eds.) Twee eeuwen filantropische voorbeelden.

Bekkers, René, and Pamala Wiepking. (2006). To give or not to give, that’s the question: How methodology is destiny in Dutch giving data. Nonprofit & Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 35 (3): 533-540. View published (short) version or View long version.

Wiepking, Pamala, and Ineke Maas. (2005). Gender Differences in Poverty: A Crossnational Study. European Sociological Review 21(3): 187-200.

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