The future demands an entrepreneurial approach to business if organizations wish to survive. Social enterprise is the heart of much of that activity. This important and timely book describes the special legal considerations lawyers must know when advising for-profit or not-for-profit entities that engage in "socially conscious" activities. From funding, organizational structure, business models, governance, and tax treatments, this book is the complete legal guide to social enterprise.
Business-Money, Economics, Sustainable-Development,