Jurisdictions across the country and around the globe are enacting legislation enabling founders of social enterprises to adopt specialized forms to house their entities. These forms blend elements traditionally found in nonprofit organizational forms, such as commitment to a social mission, with elements from for-profit business structures, such as the ability to attract investors.
Dana B. Reiser,
Theorizing Forms for Social Enterprise,
Emory L. J.
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