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ERNOP Conference Update

Monday, December 12, 2016   (0 Comments)
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ERNOP Conference Update

On July 13-14, 2017, the European Research Network On Philanthropy (ERNOP) will organize its 8th international conference at Copenhagen Business School in Denmark. The following headlines gives you an update on this upcoming event, that promises to be the most inspiring event on European philanthropy research of the year.


Deadline for proposals February 17, 2017

For the ERNOP Conference 2017, submissions of a short abstract and the full working paper are required. Please submit your abstractat the conference webpageby February 17, 2017. The full call for proposals can be downloaded here.



In order to address thediversification of the how of philanthropy, the ERNOP board is pleased to present the keynote speakers that will share their experience and knowledge at the upcoming conference.We look forward to be inspired by them and to alively discussion with the audience. Keynotes at the ERNOP conference will be Helmut Anheier (Hertie School of Governance, Germany), Sarah Smith (University of Bristol, United Kingdom) and Flemming Besenbacher (Carlsberg Foundation, Denmark). More information can be found here.


PhD Workshop July 12

The future of our field of research is in the hands of our students. Investing in the next generation of researchers is an important instrument to increase the quality of research. Therefore we are happy to announce that ERNOP is organizing a pre-conference workshop for PhD candidates in their initial stage of their research. The goal of the workshop is to help PhD candidates design their dissertation plans and provide them with feedback from ERNOP mentors and the other PhD students. Application is open for all, but ERNOP members receive preferential treatment. More information can be found here.


Pre-conference event July 12

A wide variety of philanthropies operates around Europe, but little is known about their actual societal significance and social impact – not only in terms of intended output, but also measured as unintended outcomes and side effects. What and how do foundations contribute to society? Is it always gold that glitters? On July 12, Copenhagen Business School will host a pre-conference event that will address these questions. ERNOP conference participants are much welcome to join the discussion. More information about the event can be found here.

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