(2019, April 29) Lexington Needs a Sustainability Director. Lexington Minuteman, April 2019. https://lexington.wickedlocal.com/news/20190429/guest-commentary-lexington-needs-sustainability-director.
(2017) Examining the Ethics of Organizational Legal Forms: Lessons from the Social Enterprise Movement. In P. Miesing & M. Aggestam (Eds.), Educating Social Entrepreneurs: A Workbook of Cases, Exercises, and Commentaries, Vol. II: From Business Plan Formulation to Implementation, 17-24. Principles for Responsible Management Education Collection, Oliver Laasch, Editor. Business Expert Press.
(2016) Leadered and Leaderless Teams in the Classroom. In R. Aldag (Ed.) Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Business and Management. Online.
(2016) Who Should Define the 'Social' in 'Social Enterprise'— Elected Governments or Partnered Corporations? Management Teaching Review. First published on June 5, 2016 as doi:10.1177/2379298116653227
(2015) Benefit Corporations at a Crossroads: As Lawyers Weigh In, Companies Weigh Their Options. Business Horizons. 58(3), May-June, 243-252. Reprinted (2015) as Case Study BH667-PDF-ENG, Harvard Business Review series on Leadership and Managing People.
(2014) Fifty Shades of Accountability: Governmental-Non-Governmental Hybrids. Non-Profit Quarterly. 2(1), Spring, 36-45.
(2013) An Examination of the Competitive Attitudes of Entrepreneurs: Implications for Entrepreneurial Orientation at the Individual Level. Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship, 18(2).
(2012) Assessing the accountability of the benefit corporation: Will this new gray sector organization enhance corporate social responsibility?, The Journal of Business Ethics.
(2011) Using leadered groups in organizational behavior and management survey courses. Journal of Management Education 35(5), 596-619. Recipient of the Fritz Roethlisberger Award for Best Paper in JME, 2011.
(2010) Assessing the accountability of government-sponsored enterprises and quangos. The Journal of Business Ethics, 2010, 92(2), 271-289.