Fanny SALIGNAC

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Dr Fanny Salignac is an Assistant Professor in Strategy at Kedge Business School (Bordeaux Campus). She is also an Affiliate Researcher at the Centre for Social Impact. Driven by her passion for social justice and equality, Fanny aims to be a catalyst for change and global social impact.

In her research, Fanny works towards understanding how to address complex social problems and the processes that create a better society (e.g. partnerships, collaboration and co-production). Her expertise spans across areas of Social Change, Impact and Policy; as well as Business Ethics, Sustainability and Corporate Social Responsibility. Her work to date has focused primarily on financial resilience and wellbeing, collaboration for social impact and outcomes evaluations.

In her teaching, Fanny strives to support and accompany students through their learning journey to become leaders of social change. For over 10 years, she has brought topics such as Business Ethics and Social Impact to business students – her experience spans across the undergraduate and postgraduate level.

Prior to joining Kedge Business School, Fanny worked at the Centre for Social Impact, University of New South Wales, Australia – where she won the 2016 UNSW Business School UN PRME Excellence in Teaching Award. Fanny has a PhD in International Business (Business Ethics) from The University of Sydney.

Research fields: social impact, social change, social policy, corporate social responsibility, business ethics

    Recent publications
    Publication Year of publication Type of publication
    Salignac F., A. Marjolin, J. Noone & G. Carey (2019). Measuring dynamic collaborations: Collaborative health assessment tool", Australian Journal of Public Administration, 78 (2), May, 227-249, DOI: 10.1111/1467-8500.12386. 2019 Refereed Article
    Bhatia B., Salignac F. (2018). Quantifying the Gender Patterning of Relationships: Insights from Reproductive Health Networks in Bangladesh. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy. 38(5-6), 360-377 https://doi.org/10.1108/IJSSP-10-2017-0120 2018 Refereed Article
    Muir, K., Hamilton, M., Noone, J.H., Salignac, F., Bullen, J., Reeve, R., Wong, M., Saunders, P., & Marjolin, A. (2017). Exploring Financial Wellbeing in the Australian Context. Financial Literacy Australia. http://www.csi.edu.au/media/Exploring_Financial_Wellbeing_in_the_Australian_Context_Final_Report.pdf 2017 BookR
    Muir K. and Salignac F. (2017). Can Market Forces Stimulate Social Change? A Case Example Using the National Disability Insurance Scheme in Australia. Third Sector Review, Special Issue. 23(2), 57-80 2017 Refereed Article
    Salignac F., Galea N. and Powell A. (2017). Institutional Entrepreneurs Driving Change: The Case of Gender Diversity in the Australian Construction Industry. Australian Journal of Management. 43(1), 152-169 http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/abs/10.1177/0312896217705179 2017 Refereed Article
    Powell A., Muir K., Salignac F., Meltzer A. (2017). Strategic Grant Making: Young People’s Economic Engagement. Macquarie Group Foundation. https://static.macquarie.com/dafiles/Internet/mgl/global/shared/about/community/foundation/docs/grant-making-approach.pdf?v=5 2017 BookR
    Salignac F., Wilcox T., Marjolin A. and Adams S. (2017). Understanding Collective Impact in Australia: A New Approach to Inter-Organizational Collaboration. Australian Journal of Management. 43(1), 91-110 http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/0312896217705178 2017 Refereed Article
    Salignac F.; Muir K.; Butler R.; Reeve R.; Marjolin A.; Smith C. (2016). The Financial Economy and Indigenous Young People in Australia. First Nations Foundation. http://www.csi.edu.au/media/uploads/FNF_Final_Report_-_23-3-16_tGwaz9Z.pdf 2016 BookR
    Muir K.; Reeve R.; Connolly C.; Marjolin A.; Salignac F.; Ho K.A. (2016). Financial Resilience in Australia 2015. National Australia Bank. http://www.csi.edu.au/media/uploads/Financial_Resilience_in_Australia_-_Full_Report.pdf 2016 BookR
    Salignac F., Muir K., Wong J. (2015). Are you Really Financially Excluded if you Choose not to be Included? Insights from Social Exclusion, Resilience and Ecological Systems. Journal of Social Policy. 45(2), 269-286 http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/S0047279415000677 2015 Refereed Article
    Salignac F. (2012). Discourse Analysis, Chap. 6. In RG. Seymour (Ed.), Handbook of Research Methods on Social Entrepreneurship. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar (Business), DOI: 2012 Chapter
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