How India’s New Philanthropists Are Working to Bring About Systemic Change (Knowledge@Wharton)

Katherina M. Rosqueta, executive director at the Center for High Impact Philanthropy at the University of Pennsylvania, points out that given the differences in history and culture, philanthropy in India is very different from that in the U.S. Philanthropists in India, she notes, typically have some personal relationships with the beneficiaries of their generosity. “If I had to sum it up in one word, I would say that right now, Indian philanthropy is more ‘intimate’ than American philanthropy,” says Rosqueta. (See interview with Rosqueta.)

Read the full edited transcript of the interview on Knowledge@Wharton.