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Market-based philanthropy must actively include beneficiaries to be effective

Findings from recent publication "You've Been Framed": A critical review of academic discourse on philanthrocapitalism

News piece written for Dafne (Donors and foundations networks in Europe), June 2021.

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Market-based philanthropy may increase funding but neglects beneficiaries

Findings from recent publication "You've Been Framed": A critical review of academic discourse on philanthrocapitalism

News piece written for University of St Andrews School of Management, May 2021.

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Prize Winners: The Europaeum

Steph Haywood and team win the Europaeum Scholars Prize of €10.000 for best group project as part of the Europaeum Scholars Programme. The prize was sponsored by the Financial Times. 

Included in The Financial Times European bulletin, December 2019.

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Europaeum Scholars Prize Winner

Steph Haywood wins Europaeum Scholars Prize of €10.000 for best group project as part of the Europaeum Scholars Programme. The prize was sponsored by the Financial Times. 

News piece written for University of St Andrews School of Management, November 2019.

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Three Minute Thesis Runner-Up

Steph Haywood awarded runner-up in the Three Minute Thesis Competition at the International Society for Third-Sector Research PhD Seminar.   

Included in news for The Centre for the Study of Philanthropy & Public Good, July 2018.

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