dr. P. (Pamala) Wiepking

Dr Pamala Wiepking

Pamala Wiepking

Assistant Professor
Department of Business-Society Management
Rotterdam School of Management (RSM)
Erasmus University Rotterdam

Curriculum Vitae

Membership(s)

Affiliated with RSM since 2012

  • Assistant Professor since 2012
  • Associate Member ERIM since 2015
    Field: Organisation

Profile

My mission is to make philanthropy more meaningful for all actors involved, and to conduct and implement philanthropy research in such a way that it will enable the creation of generous societies. Generous societies are societies where people care about each other, and want to contribute to the public good, rather than take from it. I am very proud to be selected as the 2017 recipient of the UMD SPP Do Good Institute-ARNOVA Award for Global Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership, which will support my collaborative international research on philanthropy.

I aim to fulfill my mission among others through my work on philanthropy at the Erasmus University Rotterdam. Since 2012, I have also been a board member of Nederland Filantropieland (former Dutch Fundraising Institute, IF). Through this role I aim to translate academic research on philanthropy to help philanthropy professionals do their important jobs even better. I feel honored to have received the 2016 Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) Emerging Scholar Award for outstanding scholarship related to philanthropy and fundraising.

In my academic work, I study philanthropy and nonprofit organizations from a cross-national and interdisciplinary perspective. Together with other researchers I have published on philanthropic behavior in –among others- Social Forces, the European Sociological Review, Voluntas and the Nonprofit & Voluntary Sector Quarterly and with Femida Handy I have co-edited The Palgrave Handbook on Global Philanthropy, describing and explaining philanthropic giving in 26 countries. The Palgrave Handbook of Global Philanthropy was awarded the 2016 Virginia Hodgkinson Research Book Award, for the best book on the nonprofit sector that informs policy and practice.

Awards and recognitions:

2017 UMD SPP Do Good Institute-ARNOVA Award for Global Philanthropy and Nonprofit Leadership.

2017 Best conference paper award for the paper A Different Driver? Exploring Employee Engagement in Corporate Philanthropy, at the European Research Network on Philanthropy (ERNOP) Conference in Copenhagen, July 12 2017 (with Beth Breeze).

2016 Virginia A. Hodgkinson Research Book Prize for The Palgrave Handbook of Global Philanthropy by the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA).

2016 Academy of Management (AOM) Emerald Best International Symposium Award at the 2016 AOM Conference (with Femida Handy and Lonneke Roza).

2016 Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP) Emerging Scholar Award for research on philanthropy and fundraising.

 

Professional experience

Assistant Professor

Erasmus University Rotterdam
RSM - Rotterdam School of Management
Department of Business-Society Management

Publications

Key Publications (6)

  • P. Wiepking & F. Handy (Ed.). (2015). The Palgrave Handbook on Global Philanthropy. Hampshire, UK: Palgrave MacMillan
  • R. Bekkers & P. 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. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0899764010380927
  • P. Wiepking (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.
  • P. Wiepking & I. Maas (2009). Resources That Make You Generous: Effects of Social and Human Resources on Charitable Giving. Social Forces (print), 86 (June), 1973-1996.
  • P. Wiepking (Ed.). (2009). The State of Giving Research in Europe. Household donations to Charitable Organizations in Twelve Countries. Amsterdam, the Netherlands.: Pallas Publications (Amsterdam University Press)
  • P. Wiepking & I. Maas (2005). Gender Differences in Poverty: A Cross-National Study. European Sociological Review, 21 (3), 187-200.

Scholarly Publications (43)

  • P. Wiepking & R. Bekkers (2015). Giving in the Netherlands: A Strong Welfare State with a Vibrant Nonprofit Sector. In P. Wiepking & F. Handy (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Global Philanthropy (pp. 211-229). Palgrave MacMillan
  • P. Wiepking & F. Handy (2015). Explanations for Cross-National Differences in Philanthropy. In P. Wiepking & F. Handy (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Global Philanthropy (pp. 9-24). Palgrave MacMillan
  • P. Wiepking & F. Handy (2015). The Practice of Philanthropy: The Facilitating Factors from a Cross-National PerspectiveThe Palgrave Handbook of Global Philanthropy. In P. Wiepking & F. Handy (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Global Philanthropy (pp. 597-624). Palgrave MacMillan
  • P. Wiepking & F. Handy (2015). Introduction. In P Wiepking & F. Handy (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Global Philanthropy (pp. 3-8). Palgrave MacMillan
  • P. Wiepking & F. Handy (Ed.). (2015). The Palgrave Handbook on Global Philanthropy. Hampshire, UK: Palgrave MacMillan
  • P. Wiepking, R. Bekkers & U. Osili (2014). Examining the Association of Religious Context with Giving to Non-Profit Organizations. European Sociological Review, 30 (5), 640-654. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1093/esr/jcu064[go to publisher's site]
  • M.H.D. van Leeuwen & P. Wiepking (2013). National Campaigns for Charitable Causes: A Literature Review. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 42 (2), 219-240. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0899764012467084
  • E. Boonstoppel & P. Wiepking (2013). Geven als een sociaal dilemma. Motivationele, strategische en structurele verklaringen voor geefgedrag door vermogende Nederlanders. In W.A.F. Maas & V. Buskens (Eds.), Edited volume Mens & Maatschappij (pp. 131-158). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press
  • P. Wiepking & R.N. James III (2013). Why are the oldest old less generous? Explanations for the unexpected age related in charitable giving. Ageing & Society, 33 (3), 486-510. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0144686X12000062[go to publisher's site]
  • P. Wiepking & M.H.D. van Leeuwen (2013). Picturing Generosity. Factors of success and failure of national campaigns in the Netherlands. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 42 (2), 262-284. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0899764012474899[go to publisher's site]
  • P. Wiepking & B. Breeze (2012). Feeling Poor, Acting Stingy: The Effect of Money Perceptions on Charitable Giving. International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing, 17 (1), 13-24. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/nvsm.415
  • P. Wiepking, W. Scaife & K. McDonald (2012). Motives and barriers to bequest giving: The willing and the ‘unwilling’. Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 11 (1), 56-66. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/cb.369
  • P. Wiepking & R. 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. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1332/204080512X649379
  • R. Bekkers & P. 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. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1177/0899764010380927
  • P. Wiepking (2011). Vrijgevigheid in beeld: Nationale acties voor het goede doel in Nederland. Mens en Maatschappij, 86 (1), 88-110.
  • P. Wiepking & M. 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. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/nvsm.391
  • R. Bekkers & P. Wiepking (2011). Accuracy of Self-reports on Donations to Charitable Organizations. Quality and Quantity, 45 (6), 1369-1383. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s11135-010-9341-9
  • R. Bekkers & P. Wiepking (2011). Testing Mechanisms for Philanthropic Behaviour. International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing, 16 (4), 291-297. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/nvsm.428
  • P. Wiepking & R. Bekkers (Ed.). (2011). Testing Mechanisms for Philanthropic Behaviour. Special issue International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing 16(4). Chichester: Wiley Blackwell
  • E. Boonstoppel & P. Wiepking (2011). Geven door vermogende Nederlanders. In T.N.M. Schuyt & B. Gouwenberg (Eds.), Geven in Nederland 2011. Giften, Legaten, Sponsoring en Vrijwilligerswerk (pp. 165-185). Amsterdam: Reed Business
  • R. Bekkers & P. 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. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1332/204080511X6087712
  • P. Wiepking & R. Bekkers (2010). Does Who Decides Really Matter? Causes and Consequences of Personal Financial Management in the Case of Larger and Structural Charitable Donations. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, 21 (2), 240-263.
  • P. Wiepking (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.
  • P. Wiepking, K. Madden & K. McDonald (2010). Leaving a Legacy: Bequest Giving in Australia. Australasian Marketing Journal, 18 (1), 15-22.
  • P. Wiepking (2009). Aan welk doel zal ik geven? Donaties aan goede doelen in Nederland. In Bronner (Ed.), Ontwikkelingen in het marktonderzoek. Jaarboek 2009 MarktOnderzoekAssociatie. Haarlem: SpaarENHout
  • P. Wiepking (2009). The Netherlands. In P. Wiepking (Ed.), The State of Giving Research in Europe. Household donations to Charitable Organizations in Twelve Countries. Amsterdam, the Netherlands: Pallas Publications (Amsterdam University Press)
  • P. Wiepking & R. Bekkers (2009). Explaining Differences in Charitable Giving in Europe. In H. Ganzenboom & M. Wittenberg (Eds.), Nederland in Vergelijkend Perspectief. Tweede Nederlandse workshop European Social Survey, Den Haag (pp. 185-191). DANS, Den Haag
  • P. Wiepking & R. Bekkers (2009). Geven door jongeren. In T.N.M. Schuyt & B.M. Gouwenberg (Eds.), Geven in Nederland 2009. Giften, Legaten, Sponsoring en Vrijwilligerswerk. Reed Business: Amsterdam.
  • P. Wiepking & I. Maas (2009). Resources That Make You Generous: Effects of Social and Human Resources on Charitable Giving. Social Forces (print), 86 (June), 1973-1996.
  • R. Bekkers, P. Wiepking & E. Boonstoppel (2009). Geven door huishoudens en individuen. In T.N.M Schuyt & B.M. Gouwenberg (Eds.), Geven in Nederland 2009. Giften, Legaten, Sponsoring en Vrijwilligerswerk. Reed Business: Amsterdam
  • P. Wiepking (Ed.). (2009). The State of Giving Research in Europe. Household donations to Charitable Organizations in Twelve Countries. Amsterdam, the Netherlands.: Pallas Publications (Amsterdam University Press)
  • R.N. James III & P. Wiepking (2008). A Comparative Analysis of Educational Donors in the Netherlands. International Journal of Educational Advancement, 8 (2), 71-78.
  • P. Wiepking (2007). Een halve eeuw vrijgevigheid in beeld. Nationale acties voor het goede doel in Nederland. In M. Leeuwen & V. Kingma (Eds.), Filantropie in Nederland. Voorbeelden uit de periode 1770-2020. Amsterdam: Aksant
  • T.N.M. Schuyt, B.M. Gouwenberg, R. Bekkers, M. Meijer & P. Wiepking (2007). Geven in Nederland 2007. Giften, Legaten, Sponsoring en Vrijwilligerswerk. Amsterdam: Reed Business
  • T.N.M. Schuyt, B.M. Gouwenberg, P. Wiepking, M. Meijer, R. Bekkers & D. de Gilder (2007). Doelen waaraan gegeven wordt. In T.N.M. Schuyt, B.M. Gouwengerg, R. Bekkers, M.-M. Meijer & P. Wiepking (Eds.), Geven in Nederland 2007. Giften, Legaten, Sponsoring en Vrijwilligerswerk. Amsterdam: Reed Business
  • P. Wiepking (2007). The Philanthropic Poor: In Search of Explanations for the Relative Generosity of Lower Income Households. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, 18 (4), 339-358.
  • P. Wiepking, R. Bekkers, B.M. Gouwenberg, T.N.M. Schuyt, E.E. Mariani, S. de Wijs, M. Weiland & J.H. Smit (2007). Geven door huishoudens en individuen. In T.N.M. Schuyt, B.M. Gouwenberg, R. Bekkers, M.-M. Meijer & P. Wiepking (Eds.), Geven in Nederland 2007. Giften, Legaten, Sponsoring en Vrijwilligerswerk. Amsterdam: Reed Business
  • R. Bekkers & P. Wiepking (2006). To Give or not to Give, that's the Question. How Methodology is Destiny in Dutch Data. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 35 (3), 533-540.
  • B.M. Gouwenberg, P. Wiepking, T.N.M. Schuyt, E.E. Mariani, R. Bekkers & J.H. Smit (2005). Geven door huishoudens en individuen. In T.N.M. Schuyt & B.M. Gouwenberg (Eds.), Geven in Nederland 2005. Amsterdam: Elsevier Overheid
  • B.M. Gouwenberg, T.N.M. Schuyt, P. Wiepking, M. Meijer & R. Bekkers (2005). Doelen waaraan gegeven wordt. In T.N.M. Schuyt & B.M. Gouwenberg (Eds.), Geven in Nederland. Amsterdam: Elsevier Overheid
  • P. Wiepking & I. Maas (2005). Gender Differences in Poverty: A Cross-National Study. European Sociological Review, 21 (3), 187-200.
  • P. Wiepking (2003). Het Mattheus-effect in de filantropie. In T.N.M. Schuyt & B.M. Gouwenberg (Eds.), Geven in Nederland 2003 (pp. 173-186). Houten: Bohn, Stafleu en Van Loghum
  • B.M. Gouwenberg, P. Wiepking, T.N.M. Schuyt, R. Bekkers & J.H. Smit (2003). Geven door huishoudens en individuen. In T.N.M. Schuyt & B.M. Gouwenberg (Eds.), Geven in Nederland 2003 (pp. 37-53). Houten: Bohn, Stafleu en Van Loghum

Semi Scientific Publications (4)

  • P. Wiepking (interview) (2017, sep 17). ‘Wat beïnvloed eigenlijk jouw geefgedrag? [What influences your giving behaviour?]’. [radio-uitzending]. In Critix. FUNX NPO Radio. https://www.funx.nl/radio/fragmenten/287960-wat-beinvloed-eigenlijk-jouw-geefgedrag
  • P. Wiepking (interview) (2016, sep 24). ’65 jaar TV: Tijd voor pensioen? De macht van het medium [65 years of television: Time for pension?]'. [televisie-uitzending]. In Interview in documentary about fundraising television on national television. NTR, NL2.
  • P. Wiepking (interview) (2017, mrt 29). ‘Waarom geven mensen aan nationale acties [Why do people give to national mass media campaigns?]’. [televisie-uitzending]. In NOS acht uur journaal. NPO 1.
  • P. Wiepking (interview on giving) (2015, dec 05). Schepper en Co. [televisie-uitzending]. In Schepper en Co. NPO2.

Doctoral Thesis

  • P. Wiepking. For the Love of Mankind. A Sociological Study on Charitable Giving. VU University Amsterdam Prom./coprom.: T.N.M. Schuyt & I. Maas.

Recognitions

Editorial positions

  • Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly

    Editorial Board

Side positions (2)

  • Nederland Filantropieland (NLFL)

    board member

  • Pamala Wiepking

    director

Courses

Methodology

  • Study year: 2017/2018, 2016/2017, 2015/2016
  • Code: BKB002
  • ECTS: 3 Level: Bachelor 1

Past courses

Methodology

  • Study year: 2013/2014
  • Code: BAP73
  • ECTS: 3 Level: Bachelor 1, Bachelor 1

Methodology

  • Study year: 2013/2014
  • Code: BKB0002
  • ECTS: 3 Level: Bachelor 1

Projects