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Dr. Gemma Donnelly Cox
Assistant Professor in Business Studies, Trinity Business School

Publications and Further Research Outputs

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Rhodes, M.L. and Donnelly-Cox, G., Social Impact Bonds as Temporary Innovation Systems: a new model for understanding wicked problem interventions, IRSPM, Wellington, NZ, 16-18 Apr, 2019 Conference Paper, 2019

Theo Schuyt, Jorge Cortell, Gemma Donnelly-Cox, Stefan Einarsson, Barbara Gouwenberg, Ignasi Lopez Verdeguer, Cathy Pharoah, Bjoern Struewer, Liisa Suvikumpu, Ignacio Puente Gonzalez, Driving Progress for Research and Innovation in Europe: The Potential of R&I Foundations, Brussels, European Commission DG-RTD, June, 2018, p1 - 75 Report, 2018 URL DOI TARA - Full Text

Rhodes, M.L. and Donnelly-Cox, G., Social Impact Bonds as Temporary Innovation Systems: towards a framework for analysis, Comparative perspectives on SIBs and outcomes-based approaches to public seervice commissioning, Oxford, UK, 6-7 Sep, 2018 Conference Paper, 2018

Gemma Donnelly-Cox and Mary Lee Rhodes, How do Social Impact Bonds Affect the Creation of a Social and Sustainable Finance Ecosystem? The Case of Using SIBs to Tackle Long-term Homelessness in Dublin, Social and Sustainable Finance and Impact Investing Conference, Oxford, UK, 23-24 April 2015, 2015 Oral Presentation, 2015

Donnelly-Cox, G; S. Cannon; J. Harrison, Ireland Country Report: Eufori Study. European Foundations for Research and Innovation, Brussels, Belgium, European Commission, 2015, 597-634 Report, 2015 URL TARA - Full Text

Civil society governance: Hybridization within third sector and social enterprise domains in, editor(s)Jean-Louis Laville, Dennis Young, Philippe Eynaud , Civil Society, the Third Sector and Social Enterprise: Governance and Democracy, London, Taylor and Francis, Routledge Goup, 2015, pp6 - 20, [Gemma Donnelly-Cox] Book Chapter, 2015 URL

John A Healy and Gemma Donnelly-Cox, Scaling a winding path - The importance of understanding the adaptive processes by which social entrepreneurs influence social services, Social and Sustainable Finance and Impact Investing Conference, Osford, UK, 23-24 April 2015, 2015, pp1-24 Conference Paper, 2015

Cannon, S. M.; G. Donnelly-Cox, Surviving the peace: Organizational responses to deinstitutionalization of Irish peacebuilding, Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 44, (2), 2015, p360 - 378 Journal Article, 2015 DOI URL

Sheila M Cannon and Gemma Donnelly-Cox, Surviving the Peace: Organizational Responses to Deinstitutionalization of Irish Peacebuilding , Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 2014, p1-19 Journal Article, 2014 URL DOI

Cannon, Sheila, Surviving the peace: Processes of organisational identity work in response to deinstitutionalisation of Irish peacebuilding, Trinity College Dublin, 2014 Thesis, 2014

Mary Lee Rhodes and Gemma Donnelly-Cox, Hybridity and Social Entrepreneurship in Social Housing in Ireland, Voluntas, 2014, p1-18 Journal Article, 2014 URL

Cannon, S.; K. Kreutzer; G. Donnelly-Cox, Mission accomplished? Organizational identity work in Irish peacebuilding organizations, Annual Colloquium of the European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS), Montreal, Canada, July 2013, 2013 Conference Paper, 2013

Corporate Philanthropy at a Time of (economic) Crisis - the Irish Experience in, editor(s)Kathryn Haynes, Alan Murray, Jesse Dillard , Corporate Social Responsibility: A Research Handbook, Abingdon, Oxford, Routledge, 2013, pp255 - 271, [Gemma Donnelly-Cox, Andrew O'Regan and Gerard McHugh] Book Chapter, 2013

Post-Partnership Ireland: Organizational Survival and Social Change Strategies in an Era of Economic Restraint in, editor(s)Rachel Laforest , Taking Stock of Government-Nonprofit Relationships in Times of Recession, Montreal, McGill-Queen's University Press, 2013, pp1-16 , [Gemma Donnelly-Cox and John A. Healy] Book Chapter, 2013

ML Rhodes, Ann Torres, Gemma Donnelly-Cox, A Place to Call Home: Addressing Dublin's Homelessness Case Study, 2013 URL

Rhodes,ML and Donnelly-Cox, Gemma, What's in a Name?: The meaning of 'Hybrid' in housing organisations in Ireland, Int'l Society for Third-sector Research, Siena, Italy, 10-13 July, 2012, 2012 Conference Paper, 2012

ML Rhodes & Gemma Donnelly-Cox, What's in a Name? Social Entrepreneurship and Hybridity in Social Housing in Ireland, 4th Int'l Social Innovation Research Conference, Univ. of Birmingham, UK, 12-14 Sep, 2012, 2012 Conference Paper, 2012

Donnelly-Cox, Gemma; Caroline Reid, Ciara Begley, Jennifer Finn and Declan Harmon, Nonprofit-State Relations in Ireland: Contexts, Issues and Alternatives, Nonprofit Policy Forum, 3, (1), 2012, p1 - 19 Journal Article, 2012

Gemma Donnelly-Cox, Now you see it, now you don't: Government-nonprofit partnerships in Ireland, "The Recession and Beyond: Taking stock of Government-nonprofit Relationships" Seminar, Toronto, Canada, 16th November 2011, 2011, Public Policy and Third Sector Initiative, Queens University, 1 - 19pp Invited Talk, 2011

Between Relational Governance and Regulation of the Third Sector: The Irish Case in, editor(s)Susan D. Phillips and Steven Rathgeb Smith , Governance and Regulation in the Third Sector: International Perspectives, New York and Oxford, Routledge, 2011, pp99 - 114, [Gemma Donnelly-Cox and Siobhan McGee] Book Chapter, 2011

Cannon, S.M., and G. Donnelly-Cox, A hidden landscape? Finding and exploring the changing field of peacebuilding organisations., 27th European Group on Organization Studies (EGOS) Colloquium, Reassembling Organisations, Gothenburg, Sweden, 7-9 July, 2011, pp1 - 24 Conference Paper, 2011

Steinbereithner, M.; G. Donnelly-Cox, F Maier, M Meyer, A O'Regan, Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose: Faces of Managerialism in Austria and Ireland, International Society for Third Sector Research (ISTR) 9th International Conference, Kadir Has University, Istanbul, Turkey, 7-10 July, 2010, pp1 - 14 Conference Paper, 2010

Donnelly-Cox, G; S. Cannon, Searching for solutions: Reactions in Ireland to crisis and altered conditions of support, Annual Conference of the International Society for Third Sector Research (ISTR), Istanbul, Turkey, July 2010, 2010 Conference Paper, 2010

Gemma Donnelly-Cox, Corporate Philanthropy in Ireland? Some Reflections on Corporate-Nonprofit Relationships during an Economic Crisis, ESRC Seminar Series Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR): When Worlds Collide - Contested Paradigms of Corporate Responsibility, Institute of Chartered Accountants, London, 25th March, 2010, ESRC and Centre for Charity Effectiveness, CASS Business School, London City University Invited Talk, 2010

Gemma Donnelly-Cox and Sheila M. Cannon, Responses of Non-profit Organisations to Altered Conditions of Support: The Shifting Irish Landscape, Voluntary Sector Review, 1, (2), 2010, p335 - 353 Journal Article, 2010 URL DOI

Donnelly-Cox, G. and S.M Cannon , Searching For Solutions: Reactions in Ireland to Crisis and Altered Conditions of Support. The Case of the Centre for Peace and Reconciliation, International Society for Third Sector Research (ISTR) 9th International Conference, Kadir Has University, Istanbul, Turkey, 7-10 July, 2010, pp1 - 18 Conference Paper, 2010

Social Entrepreneurship as a Performance Landscape: The Case of Front Line. in, editor(s)Jeffrey A. Goldstein, James K. Hazy and Joyce Silberstang , Complexity Science & Social Entrepreneurship: Adding Social Value Through Systems Thinking. , Arizona, ISCE Publishing, 2009, pp559 - 580, [Rhodes, Mary Lee and Gemma Donnelly-Cox ] Book Chapter, 2009

Gemma Donnelly-Cox, Searching for Solutions: Organisational Responses to Altered Conditions of Support in Ireland. , Symposium on the Global Financial Crisis and its Implications for Nonprofit Organizations, Civil Society and Social Investment, Centre for Social Investment, University of Heidelberg, 16th September, 2009, University of Heidelberg's Centre for Social Investment (CSI) and supported by the Manfred Lautenschläger Stiftung (MLS). Invited Talk, 2009

Mary Lee Rhodes and Gemma Donnelly-Cox, In What Way is Social Entrepreneurship Complex?, 1st Int'l Conference on Social Entrepreneurship and Complexity, Adelphi Univ., NY, April 24-26, 2008 Conference Paper, 2008

Mary Lee Rhodes and Gemma Donnelly-Cox, Social Entrepreneurship as a Performance Landscape: The case of Front Line, E:CO, 10, (3), 2008, p35 - 50 Journal Article, 2008 URL TARA - Full Text

Donnelly-Cox, G and S McGee , Institutionalizing Support for Nonprofit Management Education: Developing a Case for State Investment., Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, Supplement to v.3, (4), 2007, p136s - 147s Journal Article, 2007

On the Distinctiveness of Nonprofit Organisations: Perspectives of Irish Managers in, editor(s)G Donnelly-Cox, and C Breathnach , Differing Images: The Irish Nonprofit Sector and Comparative Perspectives, Dublin, The Liffey Press, 2007, pp63 - 74, [Donnelly-Cox, G; E Bradley and A Hunter ] Book Chapter, 2007

Gemma Donnelly-Cox, Between Relational Governance and Regulation of the Third Sector , International Research Symposium on Public Management, Glasgow Caledonian University, 10-12 April 2006, 2006 Conference Paper, 2006

Applying Open Systems Theories to a Central Question of Organising in, editor(s)Litton, F; T. Farmar; F. Scott-Lennon , Ideas at Work: Essays in Honour of Geoffrey MacKechnie, Dublin , A&A Farmar, 2006, pp98 - 122, [G. Donnelly-Cox] Book Chapter, 2006

Donnelly-Cox, G, Donoghue, F and Hayes, T, Conceptualizing the Third Sector in Ireland, North and South, Voluntas, 12, (3), 2001, p195 - 204 Journal Article, 2001

Culture, communication and organisation: what can linguists, psychologists and organisation theorists learn from each other? in, editor(s)Chambers, Angela and Ó Baoill, Dónall P. , Intercultural communication and language learning , Dublin, Irish Association for Applied Linguistics in association with the Royal Irish Academy, 1999, pp263 - 272, [Martin, Gillian S. and Donnelly-Cox, Gemma and Keating, Mary] Book Chapter, 1999

G Donnelly-Cox and A O'Regan, The Irish Voluntary Sector: A Case-Based Exploration of Organisational Growth Patterns and Organisational Dynamics, ISTR Working Papers Series, 1999 Journal Article, 1999

Culture, Communication and Organisation:What can linguists, psychologists and Organisation Theorists learn from each other? in, editor(s)D.O'Baoill and A.Chambers , Intercultural communication and language learning, 1999, pp263-276 , [G.S.Martin, Keating, M., and Donnelly-Cox G.] Book Chapter, 1999

Management Education for the Irish Voluntary Sector: First Steps in Programme Design in, editor(s)M O'Neill and K Fletcher , Nonprofit Management Education: US and World Perspectives, Praegar, 1998, pp47-60 , [G Donnelly-Cox and G MacKechnie] Book Chapter, 1998

Cross-cultural leadership research: the case for an interdisciplinary approach? in, editor(s)Beneke, Jürgen , Thriving on diversity: cultural differences in the workplace, Bonn, Dümmler Verlag, 1998, pp47 - 63, [Martin, Gillian S. and Keating, Mary A. and Donnelly-Cox, Gemma] Book Chapter, 1998

Cross-Cultural Leadership Research: The Case for an Interdisciplinary Approach? in, editor(s)J. Beneke , Thriving on Diversity: Cultural Differences in the Workplace, Bonn, Dummler, 1998, pp47-63 , [G.S. Martin, M. Keating and G. Donnelly-Cox] Book Chapter, 1998

Organisational Development in the Ashfield Youth Corps in, editor(s)RT Golembiewski and JG Stevenson , Cases and Applications in Nonprofit Management, Illinois, Peacock, 1998, pp123 - 132, [D Coghlan and G Donnelly-Cox] Book Chapter, 1998

Metaphor in the Development of Organisation Theory in, editor(s)D Grant and C Oswick , Metaphor and Organisations, London, Sage, 1996, pp37-52 , [G Donnelly-Cox and G MacKechnie] Book Chapter, 1996

Non-Peer-Reviewed Publications

G. Donnelly-Cox, S. McGee, Research, Education and Dialogue: Logic of a Three-Strand Programme Model. Panel on "Nonprofit Management Education Theory and Practice: Moving from program design to assessment and practice". , Association for Research on Nonprofit Organization and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA), Chicago, 16-18 November 2006, 2006 Conference Paper, 2006

G. Donnelly-Cox, F. Donoghue, Liberal and Conservative Welfare Regimes - the cases of Ireland and Austria. Panel on "State-Third Sector Relationships in an Insecure World: New Forms of Resourcing or Just a Re-working of the Old?" , International Society for Third Sector Research, Bangkok, Thailand, 5-7 July 2006, 2006 Conference Paper, 2006

Gemma Donnelly-Cox, Siobhan McGee, Institutionalizing Support for Nonprofit Management Education: Developing a Case for State Investment, BenchMark3 Conference on Nonprofit and Philanthropic Studies, Tempe, Arizona, 16-19 March 2006, 2006 Conference Paper, 2006

G. Donnelly-Cox, Social Entrepreneurship Education for Business Studies Students: A Case Study, BenchMark3 Conference on Nonprofit and Philanthropic Studies, Tempe, Arizona , 16-19 March 2006, 2006 Conference Paper, 2006

R. Loidl-Keil, G. Donnelly-Cox, Social Entrepreneurship Education: A Critical Consideration of Programme Design, EIASM 5th Workshop on the Challenges of Managing the 3rd Sector, Queen's University, Belfast, 6-7th September 2005, 2005 Conference Paper, 2005

Andrew O'Regan, Gemma Donnelly-Cox, Edwina Hughes, Model development for Nonprofit Management; a case study of emergent issues of theoretical sufficiency, managerial utility, and pedagogic capacity, EIASM 5th Workshop on the Challenges of Managing the 3rd Sector, Queen's University Belfast, 6-7 September 2005, 2005 Conference Paper, 2005

The Voluntary Sector in the Republic of Ireland in, editor(s)B Harvey and A Williamson , Researching Voluntary Action and Civil Society in Ireland, North and South., The AVARI Research Monograph Series, 1999, [G Donnelly-Cox and G Jaffro] Book Chapter, 1999

Gemma Donnelly-Cox, A White Paper for the Irish Voluntary Sector: Linkages between Policy and Third Sector Organisational Issues., Third Sector in a Changing Policy Context: Proceedings of the 20th Anniversary Conference of the Centre for Voluntary Organisation, London, London School of Economics, 1998, pp83-97 Conference Paper, 1998

M Keating, G Martin, and G Donnelly-Cox, An Interdisciplinary and Cross-cultural Approach to Research: The GLOBE Project., Proceedings of the 5th European Congress of Psychology, University College Dublin, 1997, pp327 Conference Paper, 1997

Donnelly-Cox, G. and Jaffro, G., The Irish Voluntary Sector. The Way Forward, Dublin, VOLORG, School of Business Studies, Trin, 1997 Report, 1997

Research Expertise

Description

civil society organisation and management, social innovation, the development of hybrid organisational forms as boundaries between societal sectors blur and institutionalisation

Recognition

Representations

Co-Editor, Nomos Book Series on European Civil Society 2010

Editorial Board Member, Nonprofit Policy Forum 2010

Board Member, Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action 2006-2008

Programme Coordinator, European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM) EDEN Doctoral Programme in Nonprofit Organisation and Management Nov 2006 & Nov 2009

Convenor, European Group on Organisation Studies (EGOS) Civil Society Subtheme 2006 and 2008

Opponent for PhD Defence, Stockholm University February 2008

Opponent for PhD Defence, Stockholm University January 2007

Co-Founder, European Third Sector PhD Network February 2001

Convenor, European Third Sector PhD Network February 2001- February 2003

Chair, Local Committee, International Society for Third Sector Research (ISTR) Biennial Conference. July 2000

Memberships

Association for Research on Nonprofit Organisations and Voluntary Action 1995 -

European Group on Organisation Studies 2006 -

International Society for Third Sector Research 1998 -

Association for Voluntary Action Research in Ireland (AVARI) 1997 – 2002