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ERNOP: Connecting Philanthropy Academia & Practice #2


In this episode we hear from three academics whose work is featured in the latest batch of short, practitioner-focused Research Notes from the European Research Network on Philanthropy (ERNOP).

We have:

  • Claire van Teunenbroek from the University of Twente in the Netherlands, talking about her work on crowdfunding and philanthropy
  • Tobias Jung from the University of St Andrews in Scotland, talking about his paper on how the concept of spectrality can be applied to further our understanding of philanthropy
  • Fiona Fairbairn of the University of Kent, talking about her paper on charity galas and whether they are still relevant.

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