Tweets of the Week – December 24, 2010

On this Christmas eve, here are some of my favorite posts of the week in the areas of nonprofit law, corporate governance, philanthropy, and social enterprises: 

  • bill_easterly: Once upon a Professor: the Christmas Debate Story
  • nonprofitlawyer: Fdn support for public policy-related activities increased over last 5 yrs but not a widespread practice (@fdncenter)
  • plamb: 2010 top 5 social innovation communication trends
  • COF_: Some Kind of Wonderful – The Best of CSR in 2010
  • Philanthropy: IRS plans to step up scrutiny of nonprofits Do you think the nonprofit world benefits from additional scrutiny?
  • GTak: Nonprofit directors pay attention too. The Role of Non-Executive Board Directors Today (by @lucymarcus) #corpgov
  • vppartners: EXCELLENT piece in @SSIReview on nonprofit "collaboration" or lack of it
  • lauratomasko: "Tax Package a Mixed Bag for the Philanthropic Community" @COF_ discusses estate tax & IRA rollover
  • plamb: New and old definitions of social enterprise and impact investing by Kevin Jones
  • DonKramer: I'd like to make an interest-free loan to a #nonprofit. I've heard I may be taxed on the income. Could this be true?
  • robreich: Richard Thaler talking sense in @NYTimes. The Charity Deduction and Tax Reform

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