Benedict F. Christ, Structuring social entrepreneurship organisations - A European View, October 23, 2014, IBA Tokyo, Japan
Socially responsible and charitable activities have long been part of the for-profit corporate and entrepreneurial landscape. More recently, however, many entrepreneurs seek to meld their business pursuits and their charitable causes into a single endeavour, requiring interesting compromises between the economic interests of investors, the fiduciary duties of managers and the interests of non-investor constituencies. This session will discuss the growing phenomenon of the social entrepreneur, the obstacles that current legal forms may pose to social entrepreneurs seeking to serve profit motives and charitable objectives at the same time, and the new legal structures that are being developed or legislated to help bridge the gap.
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Kategorie: Gesellschafts- und Handelsrecht