Prosocial Organizing and Regulation
- Monday, April 30, 2018 from 4:00pm to 5:00pm
- Jake Jabs Hall, 207 - view map
This project comprises four interrelated papers that concentrate on issues of prosocial business and regulation. The first paper examines factors that contribute to a nonprofit leader behaving in both a socially responsible and duplicitous manner and how accounting controls regulate this duality. The second paper investigates the short-term growth penalties experienced by social enterprises seeking third-party certifications and the policy implications of such decisions. The third paper addresses issues of prosocial impact measurement. More specifically, this paper explains the complicated nature of regulating social-environmental impact. And finally, the fourth paper explores the effect of repealing nonprofit tax-exempt status.