Welcome to the North Bridge virtual library. Here you'll find a select collection of writings, articles, websites, research, and other resources that we think are particularly useful and interesting. We update this page frequently so check back often, and please let us know if you have a suggestion of something to include!
A Golden Age of Philanthropy Still Beckons The research paper from the Boston College Center on Wealth and Philanthropy is a follow-up to their groundbreaking research on the Great Wealth Transfer in an effort to update the study following the Great Recession of 2008.
Money and Hyperagency: The Wordly Empowerment of Wealth From the Center on Wealth and Philanthropy at Boston College, this paper examines money through the lens of financial wealth and moral capital, arguing that the wealthy are presented with the financial capacity and "cognitive disposition" to shape and establish the rules of their environment.
The Atlantic Monthly: The Secret Fears of the Super Rich For the first time, researchers prompted the very wealthy--people with fortunes in excess of $25 million--to speak candidly about their lives. The results were surprising to the popular culture: their sense of isolation, their worries about work and love, and most of all, their fears for their children.