François Bonnici- Publications


 

BOOKS / CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

Meldrum, B., Bonnici, F. (2018). How to Grow Social Innovation in South Africa. In Howaldt, J., Kaletka, C., Schröder, A., Zirngiebl, M. (Eds), Atlas of Social Innovation. New Practices for a Better Future. Sozialforschungsstelle, TU Dortmund University: Dortmund.

Nilsson, W., Bonnici, F. Wosu Griffin-EL, E.  (2014). The Social Innovation Lab: An Experiment in the Pedagogy of Institutional Work. In Bitzer et al (Eds). The Business of Social and Environmental Innovation. Springer

Hamann, R., Bonnici F., Nwosu, E. Holt, D. Sustainability Entrepreneurship. In Urban B. (Ed) Entrepreneurship and Society. (2014). Pearson South Africa.

Bonnici, F., & Schoening M. (2009).  Building global momentum in social innovation for health.  In Gardner C., & Jupp, S. (Eds.), Global Forum Update on Research for Health Volume 6: Innovating for the health of all (pp.54-59) Woodbridge: Pro-Brook Publishing

Bonnici, F.G.E., Nair N., & Puri Kamble, S.  (2009) Tuberculosis Control in the Workplace. In Schaaf, H.S., & Zumla, A.I. (Eds.), Tuberculosis: A Comprehensive Clinical Reference (pp. 901-908). Philadelphia PA: Saunders/Elsevier.

RESEARCH PAPERS AND ARTICLES IN ACCREDITED, PEER-REVIEWED JOURNALS

Bonnici F. (2016).  Why Social Impact Educators Should Disrupt Their Own Systems. Stanford Social Innovation Review.

Auerswald, P., Quadir, I., & Bonnici, F. (Eds.). (2008) Innovations: Social Innovation in a Post-Crisis World (Special Edition).  Cambridge MA: MIT Press

Bonnici F, Keavney B, Collins R, Danesh J. Angiotensin-converting-enzyme insertion-deletion polymorphism and coronary restenosis: meta-analysis of 16 studies. British Medical Journal. 2002; 325:517-19

RESEARCH PAPERS AND POLICY REPORTS

Schweer Rayner, C., Bonnici, F., Milligan, K. (2017) Beyond Organizational Scale: How Social Entrepreneurs create Systems Change. World Economic Forum.

Halpaap, B., Peeling, R., Bonnici, F.  (2017). Understanding the role of multilateral organizations and governments in advancing social business and social innovation in health. Presented at Social Business Academia Conference, Paris, 2017.

Van Niekerk L, Chater R, Naydenova E, Lim J, Chamas L, Manderson L, Gilson L, Peeling R, Hartigan P, Bonnici F. (2017). Social innovation in health: case studies and lessons learned from low- and middle-income countries. Geneva: World Health Organization.

Albertyn L., Swart C., Bonnici F. (eds). (2015) Education Innovators Review, University of Cape Town

Van Niekerk, L., Bonnici F. (eds). (2014) Health Innovators Review, University of Cape Town

Bonnici F., Patton A. (2014). The Role of Universities in Creating Impact Investing Ecosystems: The case of the University of Cape Town. In From Ideas to Practice, Pilots to Strategy II: Practical Solutions and Actionable Insights on How to Do Impact Investing (pp 32-35). World Economic Forum

Bonnici, F. Improving newborn care in district & regional hospitals through innovative provincial support. UNICEF South Africa, 2011

Bonnici, F. Social entrepreneurs as complementary actors in providing healthcare. Global Redesign Initiative, World Economic Forum, 2010

TEACHING CASES

Beckwith, S., Smuts E., Scheepers, E., Nkonyeni, N., Bonnici, F. (2018) “Silulo Ulutho Technologies: African social enterprise driving inclusive business practice” UCT Graduate School of Business Case Writing Centre (submitted)

Low, M. Alexander, L., Bonnici F. (2017) “R-Labs: Empowering unlikely innovators.” UCT Graduate School of Business Case Writing Centre

Schweer Rayner, C. and Bonnici, F. (2017) “Social Entrepreneurship and Systems Change: Child and Youth Finance International.” Teaching Case. Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship, University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business; World Economic Forum, Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship.

Schweer Rayner, C., Thorogood, C., and Bonnici, F. (2017) “Social Entrepreneurship and Systems Change: Fundación Escuela Nueva.” Teaching Case. Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship, University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business; World Economic Forum, Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship.

Thorogood, C., Schweer Rayner, C., and Bonnici, F. (2017) “Social Entrepreneurship and Systems Change: Landesa.” Teaching Case. Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship, University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business; World Economic Forum, Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship.

Schweer Rayner, C., and Bonnici, F. (2017) “Social Entrepreneurship and Systems Change: Nidan.” Teaching Case. Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship, University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business; World Economic Forum, Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship.

Schweer Rayner, C., and Bonnici, F. (2017) “Social Entrepreneurship and Systems Change: Sproxil.” Teaching Case. Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship, University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business; World Economic Forum, Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship.

Schweer Rayner, C., Thorogood, C., and Bonnici, F. (2017) “Social Entrepreneurship and Systems Change: VillageReach.” Teaching Case. Bertha Centre for Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship, University of Cape Town Graduate School of Business; World Economic Forum, Schwab Foundation for Social Entrepreneurship.

NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES

Bonnici, F., Schweer Rayner, C. Fixing systems not symptoms. Business Day 5 May 2017

Bonnici, F. “Time for youth to assume role in continent’s future” Cape Argus 16 June 2015

Bonnici, F. “Funding still the biggest challenge for nonprofits” Business Day 17 March 2015

Bonnici, F. “Invest in Communityship” Cape Argus 5 March 2012

Bonnici, F. “The Art of Impact Investing” Leadership Magazine July 2011 

Bonnici F. “Finding Marketable Solutions to Problems in our Society” Business Day 14 October 2011 

 

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