Sarah Dadush, Identity Harm, 89 U. COLO. L. REV. __ (2018) (describes the special harm that socially conscious consumers experience when they learn that they have been deceived and argues for its deeper legal recognition).
Sarah Dadush, The Internal Challenges of Associational Governance, 111 AJIL UNBOUND 125 (2017) (describes the normative dynamics within industry associations that affect their autonomy to govern industries).
Sarah Dadush, Regulating Social Finance: Can Social Stock Exchanges Meet the Challenge?, 37 U. PA. J. INT’L L. 139 (2015) (argues for regulating social finance and impact investing, and evaluates the regulatory potential of Social Stock Exchanges).
Rutsel S.J. Martha & Sarah Dadush, Going Against the Grain: When Private Rules Shouldn’t Apply to Public Institutions, 9 INT’L ORG. L. REV. 87 (2012) (peer-reviewed) (critiques the application of the International Financial Reporting Standards developed to harmonize businesses’ financial reporting practices to the International Fund for Agricultural Development, an international governmental organization).
Sarah Dadush, Profiting in (Red): The Need for Enhanced Transparency in Cause-Related Marketing, N.Y.U. J. INT’L L. & POL. 1269 (2010) (reviews the business model and contractual structure underlying the Product RED campaign to fight AIDS in Africa as a case study of the privatization of development assistance. Recommends upgrading charities’ regulation to enhance transparency for cause-related marketing transactions that cross the line between profit and philanthropy).
Kevin E. Davis & Sarah Dadush, The Privatization of Development Assistance: An Overview, 42 N.Y.U. J. INT’L L. & POL. 1079 (2010) (highlights the legal challenges involved with privatizing the international development architecture).
Sarah Dadush, A New Blueprint for Regulating Social Enterprises, Cambridge Handbook of Social Enterprise Law, (Benjamin Means & Joseph Yockey eds., Cambridge University Press, 2018)
Sarah Dadush, Impact Investment Indicators: A Critical Assessment, in Governance by Indicators: Global Power Through Quantification and Rankings (Kevin Davis, Angelina Fisher, Benedict Kingsbury & Sally Engle Merry eds., Oxford University Press, 2012) (assesses the challenges of capturing and reporting on social impact through indicator-based systems).
BLOG REVIEWS AND ENTRIES
Regulating Social Finance: Can Social Stock Exchanges Meet the Challenge?, Sarah Dadush, Columbia Blue Sky Blog (April 8, 2015) http://clsbluesky.law.columbia.edu/2015/04/08/regulating-social-finance-can-social-stock-exchanges-meet-the-challenge/
Cui Bono? The murky finances of Project (RED), William Easterly and Laura Freschi (December 8, 2009) (reviewing Profiting in RED) at http://aidwatchers.com/2009/12/cui-bono-the-murky-finances-of-project-red™/
Sarah Dadush addresses RED’s Response to Her Paper, Sarah Dadush (December 9, 2009) http://aidwatchers.com/2009/12/sarah-dadush-addresses-red’s-response-to-her-paper/