Areas of interest: Philanthrocapitalism | Philanthropy & Charity | Philanthropic Decision-Making | Social & Public Policy
Charity and Voluntarism in Britain's Mixed Economy of Health Care Since 1948
University of Birmingham,
Third Sector Research Centre
Start date: August 2021
This project examines the history of health-related charity and volunteering in the UK since the formation of the National Health Service (NHS). Through identifying relevant case studies - including third sector institutions that have moved in and out of the NHS - we investigate their relative failures and successes, the challenges they have faced and achievements made. In so doing, we contribute to ongoing debates about the relative advantages and disadvantages of the voluntary sector, both broadly and specifically regarding health-care provision.
This is a collaborative research project by the Universities of Birmingham, Edinburgh, Strathclyde, and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
Mapping Philanthropy in Scotland
University of St Andrews,
Centre for the Study of Philanthropy and Public Good
Addressing the currently limited number of resources and publications exploring Scotland's rich history of philanthropy, this project aims to develop an online story map allowing users to identify and learn about places, people, and events of philanthropic interest in Scotland.
I support and contribute to this ongoing project through:
Data collection and analysis, primarily using text and archival research
Writing and contributing to joint publications
Planning, creating, and delivering presentation materials to project funders and stakeholders
Producing and managing blog content based on project findings; our blog posts were read by over 14,000 people in 2019
Designing and delivering public engagement projects for a range of academic, practitioner, and public audiences
This project is funded by a £9,000 Knowledge and Impact Grant from the University of St Andrews.
Writings & Publications
Haydon, S., Jung, T. & Russell, S., How the Wealthy Give: Philanthropic Strategies of High Net Worth Individuals.
Haydon, S., Jung, T. & Russell, S., Motives, Moments and Money: High Net Worth Individuals and the Philanthropic Journey.
Haydon, S. Review of: The Business of Changing the World (Raj Kumar, 2019), and The Enlightened Capitalists (James O’Toole, 2019)
Forthcoming, 2021, in Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly.
Conferences & Presentations
Haywood, S., Jung, T. & Russell, S., Motives, Moments and Money: High Net Worth Individuals and the Philanthropic Journey.
Accepted for presentation at the International Society for Third Sector Research (ISTR) Conference 2020 in Montreal, Canada (postponed until July 2021).
Haywood, S., Theorizing Philanthrocapitalism: Constructing an Integrated Theoretical Framework
Presented online for the University of St Andrews School of Management Seminar Series, February 2021.
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.
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.
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.
Haywood, S., Engaging in Philanthrocapitalism: Motives, Perceptions, Experiences.
Presented at the European Research Network on Philanthropy (ERNOP) PhD Workshop July 2019 in Basel, Switzerland.
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.
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.