Carol Adelman directs Hudson Institute's Center for Global Prosperity, producing the Index of Global Philanthropy, the sole comprehensive guide to U.S. and other industrialized countries' private giving - both philanthropy and remittances - to developing countries. She writes and speaks regularly on economic development, foreign aid, global philanthropy, international health, and leadership and management issues.
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How does the U.S. stack up against the world as a benefactor? Carol Adelman joins Jim Blasingame to report on how much foreign aid the U.S. government delivers each year, and the fact that private citizens and organizations give almost twice as much.
Who contributes the largest share of resources to developing countries? Carol Adelman says it's America and its citizens and companies, as she explains with Jim Blasingame. They also discuss how technology is changing philanthropy.