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De Roo, Koen. 2016. Directors' Fiduciary Duties Beyond the Nation State, Forthcoming, Ars Aequi (2016).
Eiser, Arnold R, and Robert I Field. 2016. Can Benefit Corporations Redeem the Pharmaceutical Industry?, The American journal of
Jett, Quintus, and Arturo E Osorio. 2016. The Public Good in the Accountability of Businesses, Problem Solving with the Private
Sector: A Public Solutions Handbook: 156.
Mandiberg, James M. 2016. Social Enterprise in Mental Health: An Overview, Journal of Policy Practice, 15: 5-24.
Reilly, Thom. 2016. Are Social Enterprises Viable Models for Funding Nonprofits?, Human Service Organizations: Management,
Leadership & Governance: 1-5.
Schatz, Robin D. 2016. Issue: Social Entrepreneurship Expert Views: Q&A: Catherine Clark on Impact Investing, SAGE
Tkachenko, Viktoria, Nikki Lee-Wingate, and Elena Cahill.
2016. Benefit Corporations and Certified B Corporations: Which is More Beneficial for a Socially Responsible Entrepreneur?.
Yosifon, David G. 2016. Opting Out of Shareholder Primacy: Is the Public Benefit Corporation Trivial?, Available at SSRN.
André, R., 2015. Benefit Corporations at a Crossroads: As Lawyers Weigh in, Companies Weigh Their Options. Business
Horizons 58, 243-252.
Cetindamar, D., 2015. Organizations with purpose: Benefit corporations, Management of Engineering and Technology (PICMET), 2015 Portland
International Conference on, pp. 28-32.
Chen, X., Kelly, T.F., 2015. B-Corps–A Growing Form of Social Enterprise: Tracing Their Progress and Assessing Their Performance.
Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies 22, 102-114.
El Khatib, K., 2015. The Harms of the Benefit Corporation.
American University Law Review 65, 151-189.
Grosvenor, A., 2015. The Nuts and Bolts of Establishing a B Corporation. New Hampshire Business Review 37, 26.
M. Tu, Q., 2015. The Benefit Corporation: A New Entity for Community Service and Leadership. Woman Advoc. 20.
Markiewicz, D., 2015. How a "B-corporation" Can Benefit You. ISHN 49, 28-28,30.
Robson, R., 2015. A New Look at Benefit Corporations: Game Theory and Game Changer. American Business Law Journal 52, 501-555.
Strine, Leo E. 2015. The Dangers of Denial: The Need for a Clear-Eyed Understanding of the Power and Accountability Structure Established by the Delaware General Corporation Law, Wake Forest Law Review:
Callison, J.W., 2014. Benefit Corporations, Innovation, and Statutory Design. Journal of Affordable Housing & Community Development Law
Hemphill, T.A., Cullari, F., 2014. The Benefit Corporation: Statutory Barriers to Adoption. Regulation 37, 7-9.
Hickman, L. B., John; Hickman, Kent. 2014. Explaining the Location of Mission- Driven Businesses. Journal of Corporate Citizenship(55).
McFarland, R., 2014. Social Purpose Corporation: Doing
Business with a Conscience, The. NWLawyer 68, 22-27.
Montgomery, J., 2014. The Benefit Corporation. Humanist 74,
Murray, D., 2014. Putting value into profit. Habitat
Australia 42, 25-25.
Sanders, B. O. B. 2014. Beneficial Change. New Hampshire
Business Review, 36(8), 4.
Revolutionizing the Nonprofit Sector Through Social
Entrepreneurship (link unavailable)
Stecker, M.J., 2014. Revolutionizing the Nonprofit Sector
Through Social Entrepreneurship. Journal of Economic Issues 48, 349-357.
Tu, Q.M., 2014. The Benefit Corporation: A New Entity for Community Service and Leadership. WomanAdvoc. 20, 7-8.
Wilburn, K., Wilburn, R., 2014. The Double Bottom Line: Profit and Social Benefit.. Business Horizons 57, 11-20.
Blount, J., Offei-Danso, K., 2013. The Benefit Corporation: A Questionable Solution to a Non-Existent Problem. St. Mary's Law
Journal 44, 617-670.
Breggin, L.K., 2013. Why Benefit Corps May Matter.
Environmental Forum 30, 10-10.
Brousseau-Gauthier, F., Brousseau, Y., 2013. A Heritage Economy: Business Model Innovation for Economic Wealth, Social Well-Being, and Environmental Health. Technology Innovation Management Review 3, 32-37.
Grant, J.K., 2013. When Making Money and Making a Sustainable and Societal Difference Collide: Will Benefit Corporations Succeed or Fail? Indiana Law Review 46, 581-602.
NACD Directorship, 2013. The Benefits of Being a B Corp.
NACD Directorship 39, 35-35.
Plerhoples, A.E., 2013. Representing Social Enterprise.
Clinical L. Rev. 20, 215-266.
Colander, D., 2012. Solving Society's Problems from the Bottom Up: For-Benefit Enterprises. Challenge 55, 69-85.
Esposito, R. T., 2012. The Social Enterprise Revolution in Corporate Law: A Primer onEmerging Corporate Entities in Europe and the United States and the Case forthe Benefit Corporation. William & Mary Business
Law Review, Vol. 4(Issue 2), p639-714.
Katz, R.A.P., Antony, 2012. Sustainable Business The 2012
Randolph W. Thrower Symposium: Innovation for the Modern Era: Law, Policy, and
Legal Practice in a Changing World. Emory L.J. 62, 851-884.
Poltenson, N., 2012. Benefit Corporations: Redefining Success in Business. The Business Journal - Central New York 26, 1.
Underberg, M.A., 2012. Benefit Corporations vs. "Regular" Corporations: A Harmful Dichotomy. Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate
Governance and Financial Regulation.
Brakman, Reiser, D., 2011. Benefit Corporations-A Sustainable Form of Organization? Wake Forest Law Review 46, 591-625.
Clark, W. H. J. B., Elizabeth K., 2011. How Benefit Corporations are Redefining the Purpose of BusinessCorporations Business Organizations: When Business Purpose Disappears. Wm. Mitchell L. Rev., 38,
Markham, D.G., 2011. The Not (Just) for Profit: The Social Purpose Corporation Concept, The. Wash. St. B. News 65, 28-31
Tolbert, S.H., Moore, G.D., Wood, C.P., 2010. Not-For-Profit Organizations And For-Profit Businesses: Perceptions And Reality. Journal of
Business & Economics Research 8, 141-153.