Conferences & Publications.

Academic articles

Haydon*, S., Jung, T. & Russell, S., (2021) “You’ve Been Framed”: A Critical Review of Academic Discourse on Philanthrocapitalism, International Journal of Management ReviewsAvailable online.

*This and future articles will be published under my married name - Haydon

Haydon, S., Jung, T. & Russell, S., How the Wealthy Give: Philanthropic Strategies of High Net Worth Individuals.

In Development 

Haydon, S., Jung, T. & Russell, S., Motives, Moments and Money: High Net Worth Individuals and the Philanthropic Journey.

In Development 

Book reviews

Haydon, S. (2021) Review of: The Business of Changing the World (Raj Kumar, 2019), and The Enlightened Capitalists (James O’Toole, 2019), Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, Available online.

Conferences & Presentations

Haywood, S., Jung, T. & Russell, S., Motives, Moments and Money: High Net Worth Individuals and the Philanthropic Journey.

Presented online at the International Society for Third Sector Research (ISTR) Global Virtual Conference.

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Haywood, S., Theorizing Philanthrocapitalism: Constructing an Integrated Theoretical Framework

Presented online for the University of St Andrews School of Management Seminar Series, February 2021.

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Haywood, S., Jung, T. & Russell, S., How the Wealthy Give: Philanthropic Strategies of High Net Worth Individuals.

Presented at the Association for Research on Nonprofits and Voluntary Action Conference (ARNOVA) November 2019 in San Diego, CA, USA.

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Haywood, S., Engaging in Philanthrocapitalism: What Influences Whether and How Individuals Engage in Philanthrocapitalism?

Presented at the International Society for Third Sector Research (ISTR) PhD Seminar July 2018 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

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Haywood, S., Engaging in Philanthrocapitalism: Motives, Perceptions, Experiences.

Presented at the European Research Network on Philanthropy (ERNOP) PhD Workshop July 2019 in Basel, Switzerland.

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Haywood, S., Philanthrocapitalism: Promises, Perils and Pathways

3 Minute Thesis entry at the International Society for Third Sector Research (ISTR) PhD Seminar July 2018 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

 

Awarded runner-up. 

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Haywood, S., Philanthrocapitalism and the Global Health Agenda

Presented online for the University of St Andrews St Leonard's College Postgraduate Guest Lecture Series, September 2020.

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Haywood, S., Jung, T. & Russell, S., “You’ve Been Framed”: A Critical Review of Academic Discourse on Philanthrocapitalism.

Presented at the European Research Network on Philanthropy (ERNOP) Conference July 2019 in Basel, Switzerland.

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