Skoll Centre for Social Entrepreneurship
Early Career Research Fellowship
The Skoll Centre’s Early Career Research (ECR) Fellowship programme recognises and supports early career academics working to generate knowledge that accelerates social entrepreneurship. Our first cohort of ECR Fellows are DPhil students, or have recently completed a DPhil, at Saïd Business School, and work across a variety of topics around social entrepreneurship and social impact. The Fellows are actively involved in many areas of Skoll Centre life including contributing to seminars, blogs and publications.
Early Career Research Fellows 2016-17
Guillermo Casasnovas started his DPhil in Management in 2012, working in the fields of organization theory and economic sociology, and looking at contexts such as social entrepreneurship and impact investment. A member of Green Templeton College, Guillermo’s research is supervised by Dr Marc Ventresca and Professor Tim Jenkinson.
Tanja Collavo started her DPhil October 2013. She specialises in social entrepreneurship and specifically in how brokerage is performed in the social entrepreneurship field and how the presence of different powerful brokers is affecting the field of social entrepreneurship in the UK.
Anna Custers is a doctoral candidate at Saïd Business School. The central theme in her work is consumer financial decision making by low-income households. In her PhD research, she explores debt management strategies by over-indebted households. In this, she focuses on consumers’ lived experiences of being in debt, and their behavioral motivations for avoiding conflict with their creditors.
Mary Johnstone-Louis is a doctoral candidate at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford, and Green Templeton College Scholar. Her research interests include women's entrepreneurship (particularly in emerging economies), theoretical approaches to corporate social responsibility, and collaborations between corporations and development agencies. With the Ford Foundation and Monitor Institute, she has also recently contributed to a research project on the theme of inclusive capitalism.
Applications for a new cohort of ECR Fellows will open in late 2017.