Tag: the funding network
Without caution evaluating grant applications and measuring impact can sometimes be like using an elastic tape measure.
The Age recently published an article ‘The dodgy academic journals publishing anti-vaxxers and other ‘crappy science’. The article describes a booming black market duping academics into submitting their research for a fee of up to $3000 a paper and notes the increasing number of reputable journals charging researchers to submit or cite their publications. We […]VIEW POST
Since 2001, wealthy Australian families have been increasingly taking advantage of Private Ancillary Funds (PAFs) as a vehicle to structure their giving. What these funds provide is no surprise; tax deductibility paired with the ability to custom-design your own support to the causes chosen by you and your appointed directors (which are often family members). […]VIEW POST