This is the third edition of our partnership with the European Research Network on Philanthropy (ERNOP), in which we talk to academics whose work is featured in the latest batch of short, practitioner-focused ERNOP Research Notes.
In this episode we hear from:
- Marlou Ramaekers from Vrije Universitat in Amsterdam, on how behaviour modelling and encouragement from parents and partners influence our informal volunteering
- Nina Sooter from the University of Geneva, on using virtual reality for fundraising
- Livia Ventura from the Cambridge Institute of Sustainability Leadership, on applying a theoretical lens to our understanding of B Corporations.
- September 2023 Edition of ERNOP Research Notes
- Marlou’s paper “Informal Volunteering and Socialization Effects: Examining Modelling and Encouragement by Parents and Partner“
- Nina’s paper with (Giuseppe Ugazio), “Virtual reality for philanthropy: A promising tool to innovate fundraising“
- Livia’s paper “Philanthropy and the For-profit Corporation: The Benefit Corporation as the New Form of Firm Altruism“
- Previous Philanthropisms/ERNOP partnership podcasts: number 1 and number 2
- The Why Philanthropy Matters website