Academia

Peer-reviewed books, articles, policy reports and impact work.

Research Publications and Presentations (Abbreviated)

  1. “How Blair Killed the Coops”. Manchester University Press book. Final Submission APR 2020
  2. “The Mythology of the Social Impact Bond: A Critical Assessment from a Concerned Observer” by invitation from University of Hamburg for contribution to Historische Sozialforschung (Historical Social Research) Journal. Final Resubmission MAY 2020.
  3. Community Development and Social Finance. Invitation from Community Development Journal. Special Edition on Financialisation. Final Resubmission MAY 2020.
  4. “Social Finance and Local Government Services (Social Investment and Social Impact Bonds)”. Research project for UNISON, completed December 2019

 

Further Publications (Abbreviated)

  1. “How can we Stop Privatisation of Public Services?” Chapter in “Rethinking Britain: Policy Ideas for the Many”, published by Policy Press, Bristol. March 2019
  2. “Le néolibéralisme et la marchandisation de l’économie sociale au Royaume-Uni: les conséquences pour l’innovation sociale” Chapter in book “Trajectoires d’Innovation” published by Presses de l’Université du Québec, March 2019.
  3. “Social Innovation as a Trigger for Transformations: The Role of Research”. Expert submission August 2017. Edited: Frank Moulaert, Abid Mehmood, Diana MacCallum, and Bernhard Leubolt. EU Commission Directorate General for Research and Innovation, September 2017. Presented at “Opening Up for an Era of Social Innovation”, Lisbon, November 2017
  4. “Austerity, Privatisation, Private Monday and Social Impact Bonds”. Labour Research and Action Network Conference, Presentation at Howard University, Washington DC, Friday 09 June 2017
  5. “Alternative Models of Ownership. Contributor to Report to Shadow Chancellor and Shadow Secretary of State for BEIS, published by Labour Party, May 2017
  6. “Return to the True Origins of the Third Sector Makes Redundant the Concept of “social Innovation” Presentation to CRISES International Conference, Université Du Québec À Montréal (UQAM) Thursday April 06 2017
  7. “Social Finance and Jobs” Presentation to Canadian Labour Congress, Ottawa, Tuesday 04 April 2017
  8. “Social Impact Bonds” – the Case for a Pause”. Presentation at University of Hamburg, Thursday 23 March 2017
  9. “Social Impact Bonds”: An Untried Model Masked by Political Rhetoric”. Presentation at Newcastle University Business School, London. Tuesday 13 September 2016
  10. “Social Enterprise Came before New Labour: Neglect of UK Antecedents from the 1970s onwards has Miscast the Role of Social Enterprise.” Paper to Voluntary Action History Society Annual Conference, University of Liverpool, Wednesday 13 July 2016.
  11. “Glasgow School for Business and Society, Submission on Social Enterprise to Scottish Parliament Economy Committee” with Prof Geoff Whittam. Wednesday 20 January 2016
  12. Reflections on a Solidarity Economy” Presentation to Complutense University of Madrid Summer School Friday 03 July 2015
  13. “Reflections on a Solidarity Economy” Paper to Complutense University of Madrid Summer School, Friday 03 July 2015
  14. “The Most Supportive Environment in the World”? Tracing Development of an Institutional ‘Ecosystem’ for Social Enterprise. Michael Roy, Neil McHugh, Leslie Huckfield, Alan Kay, Cam Donaldson. VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and NonProfit Organisations. Vol 26, Issue 3, 2015
  15. “Social Impact Bonds: Shifting the Boundaries of Citizenship”. Chapter for Social Policy Review 26: Analysis and Debate in Social Policy. Stephen Sinclair, Neil McHugh, Leslie Huckfield, Michael Roy, and Cam Donaldson Bristol: Policy Press, 2014
  16. “Social impact bond: un lupo travestito da agnello” Neil McHugh, Stephen Sinclair, Michael Roy, Leslie Huckfield, Cam Donaldson. Rivista Impresa Sociale, No 3, 2014
  17. “Initial Notes for a Social Innovation Strategy: A Glasgow Social Innovation Space”: GCU Notes for Discussion Monday 08 September 2014

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