Items where SHU Author is "Dayson, Christopher"
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BASHIR, Nadia, DAYSON, Christopher, MCCARTHY, Lindsey, ISMAIL, Mubarak and CHOWBEY, Punita (2016). Making the most of primary and community services : what works for BAME people with long-term conditions? Project Report. Sheffield Hallam University.
BENNETT, Ellen, DAYSON, Christopher, EADSON, William, GILBERTSON, Janet and TOD, Angela (2016). Warm safe and well: the evaluation of the Warm at Home Programme. Project Report. Sheffield, Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research, Sheffield Hallam University.
DAYSON, Christopher (2016). Evaluating social innovations and their contribution to social value: the benefits of a 'blended value' approach. Policy and Politics. (In Press)
CRISP, Richard, EADSON, William, COLE, Ian, DAYSON, Chris, ESCOTT, Karen, FOTHERGILL, Steve, GORE, Tony and ROBINSON, David (2015). Election commentaries. People, Place and Policy, 9 (1), 65-89.
DAYSON, Christopher (2013). Understanding financial vulnerability in UK third sector organisations : methodological considerations and applications for policy, practice and research. Voluntary Sector Review, 4 (1), 19-38.
DAYSON, Christopher (2013). Understanding the place based social value created by new-start social enterprises : evidence from 10 rural UK communities. People, place and policy online, 7 (1), 30-45.
WELLS, Peter and DAYSON, Christopher (2013). Voluntary and community sector policy under the Coalition Government. People, place and policy online, 7 (2), 91-99.
BASHIR, Nadia, DAYSON, Christopher, EADSON, William and WELLS, Peter (2013). A warm glow in all parts? : building local cause-affinity as a strategy for promoting charitable giving. People, place and policy online, 7 (3), 139-152.
DAYSON, Christopher (2011). The personalisation agenda : implications for organisational development and capacity building in the voluntary sector. Voluntary Sector Review, 2 (1), 97-105.
CROWE, Mark, DAYSON, Christopher and WELLS, Peter (2010). Prospects for the Third Sector. People, place and policy online, 4 (1), 29-32.