Benefit Corporations: The Best Corporate Form for Social Enterprises
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Benefit Corporations: The Best Corporate Form for Social Enterprises


Phrases such as “corporate social responsibility,” “sustainable development,” and “green business” are gaining increasing importance in today’s business world. Some companies are even taking these concepts a bit further and incorporating social and environmental responsibility directly into their business models. These types of companies are commonly known as social enterprises and they are growing in … Continue reading

Who Motivates Corporate Social Responsibility?
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Who Motivates Corporate Social Responsibility?


In this course thus far the class has grappled with corporate ideologies, practices, and goals. Stakeholder and shareholder ideologies debate over what the goals of the organization should be, and who should have the power to reinvest in society: upper management or the stockholders? Jensen proposes that focusing on long-range goals like sustainability will keep … Continue reading

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BETTER in Long-run or best in Short-run?


The blog I searched and read was about stakeholder, which is the main topic we discuss in the class. The original post: http://axisperformanceadvisors.wordpress.com/2013/08/01/capitalizing-on-goodness/ The title of the blog is Capitalizing on Goodness, and I think it is interesting to combine those two words together, the author suggests that it is right to make profit, however, … Continue reading