Professor Haskell Murray, in the College of Business Administration and the Jack C. Massey Graduate School of Business, has authored “Social Enterprise Innovation: Delaware’s Public Benefit Corporation Law,” for publication in the Harvard Business Law Review. The Harvard Business Law Review is a scholarly journal with an acceptance rate under 5 percent. Only the Yale Journal on Regulation has a higher impact factor in the most recent rankings of all legal journals in the “Corporations and Associations” area. Murray also presented the paper at the annual Academy of Legal Studies in Business conference in Seattle, Washington on Aug. 5.
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