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New Corporate Forms: One Viable Solution to Advancing Environmental Sustainability


  • Susan Mac Cormac
  • Heather Haney


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  • Susan Mac Cormac & Heather Haney, 2012. "New Corporate Forms: One Viable Solution to Advancing Environmental Sustainability," Journal of Applied Corporate Finance, Morgan Stanley, vol. 24(2), pages 49-56, June.
  • Handle: RePEc:bla:jacrfn:v:24:y:2012:i:2:p:49-56
    DOI: j.1745-6622.2012.00378.x

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    5. Kevin Levillain & Blanche Segrestin & Armand Hatchuel, 2017. "Is law normalizing Hybrid Organizations? Putting profit-with-purpose corporations into historical perspective," Post-Print hal-01497085, HAL.
    6. Kevin Levillain & Blanche Segrestin, 2018. "From Primacy to Commitment: Revising corporate governance theories to account for recent legal innovations in the US," Working Papers hal-01777788, HAL.
    7. Kevin Levillain & Blanche Segrestin, 2014. "The Blind Spot of Corporate Social Responsibility: Changing the legal framework of the firm," Post-Print hal-00969099, HAL.

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