Dr Rachel Taylor
Social innovation and social entrepreneurship, non-profit organisations, disability and health services management, complexity theory, systems thinking.
Taylor, R., Torugsa, N. & Arundel, A. (2018). Leaping into Real-World Relevance: An “Abduction” Process for Nonprofit Research. Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly, 47(1), 206-227.
Refereed conference papers:
Taylor, R., Torugsa, N. & Arundel, A. (2017). Disruptors in a Time of Disruption: Social Innovation in the Australian Disability Sector. International Social Innovation Research (ISIR) Conference, 12th–14th December, Melbourne.
Taylor, R., Torugsa, N. & Arundel, A. (2016). Exploring a Pre-Theoretical Management Phenomenon: Promising Ways Forward for Researching Social Innovation in Organisations. Accepted as a competitive paper at the 30th Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference, 6th–9th December, Brisbane.
Awards and grants
- Best Paper - Public Sector Management and Not-for-Profit Stream at the 30th Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management (ANZAM) Conference, in December 2016.