In terms of corporate practice Joe's research seeks to understand the impact of employee volunteering (EV) on the business and its employees in terms of skills development, personal motivations and organisational citizenship.
Joe has worked with a wide range of stakeholders including the Office for Civil Society and has developed a network of over 600 business, public and third sector organisations across the UK.
Her research partnerships involve collaborations wth Dr Jon Burchell (University of Sheffield), Dr Amanda Shantz (Trintiy Collage Dublin), Dr Jonathon Booth (LSE), Dr Anton Sentic (University of Greenwich), Dr Jieyu Liu (SOAS), Professor Claudine Attias-Donfut (CNAV and CNRS/EHESS, Paris), Professor Jaco Hoffman (North West University, South Africa), and Dr Tom Hoyland, Dr Diane Dean and Dr Fiona Walkley (University of Hull).
I welcome PhD applications in the following areas:
- CSR and business/state/civil society relations.
- Gender and CSR
- Gender and migration
- Employee volunteering
- Social action
- Third sector sustainability
- Migration, settlement and belonging
- Intergenerational relationships and migration
- Dr Stanford Nartey, December 2014, CSR in Gold Mining
- Dr Taposh Roy, September 2015, CSR in MNCs in Bangladesh
- Dr Ellen Lewis, January 2016, System Approaches to Gender and Development
Current PhD supervisors
- Aviv Kruglanski, Wild Yeast Economies in Hull and Barcelona
- Saiful Islam, Gender and CSR in Bangladesh Ready Made Garment Sector
- Asmahan Alsalma, Gender and Higher Education in Saudi Arabia
- Hartness Shamashonga, CSR and Stakeholder Dialogue in the New Mutuals in the UK