Book chapter

Madden, Kym M. & Scaife, Wendy A. (2007) Corporate philanthropy: who gives and why? In Sargeant, Adrian & Wymer, Walter (Eds.) The Routledge Companion to Nonprofit Marketing. Routledge, Oxon, England, pp. 145-164.

Scaife, Wendy A.McDonald, KatieWilliamson, Alexandra, & Mossel, Valerie (2015) Giving in Australia: Philanthropic potential beginning to be realized. In Palgrave Handbook of Global Philanthropy. Palgrave Macmillan, eBook, pp. 488-505.

Journal article

Hogarth, KateHutchinson, Marion, & Scaife, Wendy (2018) Corporate philanthropy, reputation risk management and shareholder value: A study of Australian corporate giving.Journal of Business Ethics151(2), pp. 375-390.

McDonald, Katie & Scaife, Wendy A. (2011) Print media portrayals of giving : exploring national ‘cultures of philanthropy’. International Journal of Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Marketing16(4), pp. 311-324.

McGregor-Lowndes, Myles & Scaife, Wendy A. (2008) “Of droughts and flooding rains”: Philanthropy for health and medical research. Medical Journal of Australia188(11), pp. 631-632.

Scaife, Wendy (2013) Of Forrests and acorns: Philanthropic gift may seed other university giving. The Conversation.

Scaife, Wendy A. (2012) Philanthropy and the arts : Harold Mitchell’s review will create a bigger funding pool. The ConversationMarch(13).

Scaife, Wendy A. (2018) Should we toast philanthropy? NiTRO ( Non Traditional Research Outputs) The Australian Council of Deans and Directors of Creative Arts.

Scaife, Wendy A. (2008) Venturing into venture philanthropy : is more sustainable health and medical research funding possible through venture philanthropy and social entrepreneurship? Journal of Nonprofit and Public Sector Marketing20(2), pp. 245-260.

Smyllie, Susan & Scaife, Wendy A. (2011) Philanthropic capacity to support Indigenous causes : the journey to improvement. Journal of Australian Indigenous Issues14(4).

Smyllie, SusanScaife, Wendy A., & McDonald, Katie (2011) That’s what governments do : exploring fundamental barriers to public–philanthropic interaction : the example of indigenous well-being. Public Management Review13(8), pp. 1139-1154.

Williamson, AlexandraLeat, Diana, & Scaife, Wendy A. (2017) Narratives of performance measurement in philanthropic foundations. Voluntary Sector Review8(3), pp. 273-298.

Williamson, AlexandraLuke, Belinda, & Furneaux, Craig (2019) Accountability of philanthropic foundations: Interviewing private and powerful givers about their responsibilities.SAGE research methods cases part 2.

Wymer, WalterScaife, Wendy A., & McDonald, Katie (2011) Financial planners and philanthropic planning. International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations.

Conference paper

Madden, Kym M. (2007) Social enterprise: A prime lever to lift philanthropy? In International Nonprofit and Social Marketing Conference : “Social entrepreneurship, social change and sustainability”, 27-28 September 2007, Griffith University, Brisbane, Queensland.

Williamson, Alexandra & Luke, Belinda G. (2019) Understanding the accountability and organisational identity of public philanthropic foundations. In 9th Asia-Pacific Interdisciplinary Research in Accounting Conference (APIRA 2019), 1-3 July 2019, Auckland, New Zealand. (Unpublished)

Williamson, AlexandraLuke, Belinda G., & Furneaux, Craig W. (2018) The accountability of public philanthropic foundations. In 13th International Conference of the International Society for Third-Sector Research (ISTR), 10-13 July 2018, Amsterdam, Netherlands. (Unpublished)

Williamson, Alexandra & Scaife, Wendy A. (2013) From entrepreneur to philanthropist : the “second half of the game”. In Davidsson, Per (Ed.) Conference Proceedings: Australian Centre for Entrepreneurship (ACE) Research Exchange, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, QLD.


Madden, Kym M. & Scaife, Wendy A. (2008) Good times and philanthropy : giving by Australia’s affluent. Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Queensland.

McDonald, Katie & Scaife, Wendy A. (2011) Mapping Australia’s philanthropic investment in women and girls. Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, QLD.

Scaife, Wendy A.Williamson, AlexandraMcDonald, Katie, & Smyllie, Susan (2012) Foundations for giving : why and how Australians structure their philanthropy. Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, QLD. (In Press)

Working paper

Lethlean, Esther (2003) Diaspora: the new philanthropy? QUT. [Working Paper]

Madden, Kym M. (2009) Is philanthropy relevant? a study of professional advisers in Australia. [Working Paper]

Madden, Kym M. & Newton, Cameron J. (2006) Is the Tide Turning? Professional advisers’ willingness to advise about philanthropy. [Working Paper]

Radbourne, Jennifer (2000) Fundraising and philanthropy : engaging research and practice. Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane. [Working Paper]

Singh, Kumar Amarendra N. (2002) Current Status of Philanthropy in India. QUT, Brisbane. [Working Paper]

Smyllie, Susan & Scaife, Wendy A. (2010) Philanthropy for Indigenous causes : more than a ‘cup of tea’? Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies, Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Queensland. [Working Paper]

Steinberg, Margaret & Cain, Lara (2003) Putting paid to prescribed roles : a new era for Australian women and philanthropy. Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, Qld.. [Working Paper]


QUT Business School, Australian Centre for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies, School of Accountancy, Swinburne University Factsheet: Giving Australia 2016,Philanthropy.Department of Social Services.

Madden, Kym M. (2002) 2002 Study of the financial adviser’s role in philanthropy. CPNS Working Paper 25. 

Scaife, WendyWilliamson, AlexandraMcDonald, Katie, & Smyllie, Susan (2012) Why and how Australians structure their philanthropy. Generosity.

Scaife, Wendy A. & Williamson, Alexandra (2014) Philanthropy and sociology : a logical pairing. NEXUS – Newsletter of The Australian Sociological Association.

Scaife, Wendy A. & Williamson, Alexandra (2016) Where to next for arts philanthropy in Australia? The Conversation, September (1).