Fair Trade

I’m currently working with Jim Cater, a colleague at The University of Texas at Tyler, and Lorna A. Collins, from the Royal Agricultural University’s School of Business and Entrepreneurship (in Cirencester, Gloucestershire, UK)¬†on a series of papers on fair trade. Dr. Cater is the primary driver behind this line of research.

Cater, J. J., Collins, L. A., & Beal, B. D. [2016]. The changing paradigm of fair trade social entrepreneurship in the United States. Management Decision, forthcoming.

Cater, J. J., Collins, L. A., & Beal, B. D. [2016]. Ethics, faith, and profit: Exploring the motives of U.S. fair trade social entrepreneurs. Journal of Business Ethics, published online (DOI: 10.1007/s10551-015-2934-4), forthcoming in print.

Cater, J. J., Collins, L. A., & Beal, B. D. 2016. The changing paradigm of fair trade social entrepreneurs and conscious capitalism. Best Paper, Social Entrepreneurship track [$500 award] at the USASBE (United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship) 2016 Annual Conference, Competitive Papers / Social Entrepreneurship track, San Diego, CA, January 8-12, 2016.

Cater, J. J., Collins, L. A., & Beal, B. D. 2015. Family firm engagement in fair trade business models. Presented at the USASBE (United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship) 2015 Annual Conference, Competitive Papers / Small and Family Business, Tampa, Florida, January 22-25, 2015.

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