B Academics

B Academics

Join the global B Corp Academic Community, working to advance the state of academic study into business as a force for good.

Mission and Vision

The vision of B Academics is to advance the state of academic study into business as a force for good.

​The Global B Corp Academic Community (B Academics) is a network of educators and researchers from around the world who are committed to accelerating the sustainable business movement by studying the global movement of B Corporation certification and benefit corporations. B Academics work with each other, the global B Lab network and the B Corp community to share best practices and identify opportunities for collaboration with regard to research, teaching, and experiential learning.

The Business Sustainability Collaborative is a founding partner of B Academics.

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Join our community of students, professors, and researchers committed to using business as a force for good.

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Membership is open to all including academics, students, practitioners, and policymakers.

By becoming a member of B Academics, you will have access to:

  • Our growing repository of over 400 teaching, research and engagement resources directly related to B Corps and benefit corporations
  • First 100 members will receive a complimentary electronic copy of “Better Business: How the B Corp Movement is remaking capitalism” by Chris Marquis
  • Free access to our quarterly B Academics workshop, webinars and events:
    • Q1 – B Academics Teaching Webinar, a conversation with Dr. Chris Marquis of Cornell University, author of Better Business: How the B Corp Movement is Remaking Capitalism – February 23rd, 12.30-1.30 EST
    • Q2 – B Academics Teaching Roundtable – June 16th, 1:00-4:00 pm EDT
    • Q3 – B Academics Research Professional Development Workshop – Date TBD
    • Q4 – Event TBD
  • Access and connections to the global network of B Academics which includes close to 2,000 educators, researchers, students and practitioners from over 50 countries, representing more than 600 different organizations.