Stanley Nider Katz

Princeton University
Historian (law); Educator; Association executive
Leadership, Policy, and Communications
Scientific, Cultural, and Nonprofit Leadership
A scholar of legal and constitutional history, and a student of the history and practice of philanthropy.  Katz has a long standing commitment to the study of the role of constitutionalism in national transitions to democracy, both in Europe and in Asia.  He is a student of the emergence of the philanthropic foundation as an institution intended to influence public policy in America, and he is currently studying the impact of the emergence of mega-foundations in the United States, and assessing their impact on democratic decision-making.
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