WP 19-01 Phillips, S. & Johnson, B. Inching to Impact: The Demand Side of Social Impact Investing, Carleton Centre for Community Innovation, Carleton University, Ottawa (ON), Canada
WP 16-01 Carriere, B., Mendell, M., & Rouzier, R. National Portrait Public Policy Instruments Enabling Impact Investment Funds, Carleton Centre for Community Innovation, Carleton University, Ottawa (ON), Canada
WP 14-03 Hachigian, H. West Coast Infrastructure Exchange: A Case Study, Carleton Centre for Community Innovation, Carleton University, Ottawa (ON), Canada.
WP 14-04 Mustafa, H. & Sengupta, R. (2014). Connecting Capital to Sustainable Infrastructure Opportunities, Carleton Centre for Community Innovation, Carleton University, Ottawa (ON), Canada.
WP 14-02 Majoch, A., Hoepner, A.G.F., and Hebb, T., Sources of Stakeholder Salience in the Responsible Investment Movement: Why Do Investors Sign the Principles for Responsible Investment? (August 26, 2014). Available at SSRN: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2487351 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2487351
WP 14-01 Hebb, T., Hoepner, A., Rodionova, T., and Sanchez, I. Power and Shareholder Saliency, Working Paper, Responsible Investing Initiative and Saint Andrews University, UK.
WP 13-07 Fritsch B., Rossi R., and Hebb T. (2013) An examination of the tension between business and mission among social enterprises, Working Paper, Carleton Centre for Community Innovation, Carleton University, Ottawa (ON), Canada.
WP 13-06 Bhatt B. and Hebb T. Measuring Social Value: A Social Metrics Primer, Working Paper, Carleton Centre for Community Innovation, Carleton University, Ottawa (ON), Canada. Accompanying spreadsheet.
WP13-05 Letourneau H. (2013) The Responsible Investment Practices of the World’s Largest Government Sponsored Investment Funds,Working Paper, Carleton Centre for Community Innovation, Carleton University, Ottawa (ON), Canada.
WP13-04 Abele F. and Gladstone J. (2013) Responsible investment in the Canadian Territorial North? Some considerations from Nunavut,Working Paper, Carleton Centre for Community Innovation, Carleton University, Ottawa (ON), Canada.
WP13-03 Hachigian H., (2013) How Public Institutional Investors Can Manage Competing Accountabilities-A Governance Framework for Responsible Investment, Working Paper, Responsible Investing Initiative and University of Oxford, School of Geography and the Environment.
WP13-02 Majoch A. (2013) Why do investment managers sign the Principles for Responsible Investment? A re-examination of stakeholder salience theory, Working Paper, Responsible Investing Initiative and Saint Andrews University.
WP 12-02B “L’utilisation des instruments de finance sociale par le secteur sans but lucratif” by Tessa Hebb
WP 12-02A “The Utilization of Social Finance Instruments by the Not-For-Profit Sector” by Tessa Hebb
WP 12-01 “Shareholder Passivity: A Viable Explanation for Corporate Governance Failures at Newscorp?” by Gabriel A. Huppé and Priya Bala-Miller
WP 11-03 “Social Impact Bonds in Canada: From Theory to Implementation” by Arjun Langford
WP 11-02 “Report on Social Metrics: Key Informant Interviews” by Tessa Hebb
WP 11-01 “Leveraging Canadian Shareholders to Effect Change in Corporate Governance: A Case Study” by Heather Hachigian
WP 10-04 “Impact Investing for Social Finance: Updated Paper” by Karim Harji and Tessa Hebb
WP 10-03 “State and Society in a Northern Capital: Yellowknife’s Social Economy in Hard Times” by Jerald Sabin, Ph.D. Candidate, University of Toronto and Frances Abele, Professor, Carleton University
WP 10-02 “Measuring the Impact of Engagement in Canada” by Tessa Hebb, Heather Hachigian, Rupert Allen
WP 10-01 “The Virtue of CalPERS’ Emerging Equity Markets Principles” by Gabriel A. Huppé and Tessa Hebb
WP 09-04 “The Quest for Blended Value Returns: Investor Perspectives on Social Finance in Canada” by Tessa Hebb and Karim Harji
WP 09-03 “Responsible Property Investing in Canada, Factoring both Environmental and Social Impacts in the Canadian Real Estate Market” by Tessa Hebb, Ashley Hamilton and Heather Hachigian
WP 09-02 “Responsible Property Investing” by Tessa Hebb, David Wood and Ashley Hamilton
WP 09-01 “A Typology of Social Enterprise” by Francois Brouard, Sprott Business School; Tessa Hebb, 3ci; and Judith Madill
R17-01 Social Value Procurement Measurement and Evaluation: A Global Review and Assessment of Social Value Procurement Evaluation Toolkits and Frameworks by Tessa Hebb and Heather Hachigian
R16-01 “Fossil Free Campaign Orientation Paper for University of Ottawa” by Tessa Hebb
R15-02 “SRI Fund’s Risk and Return Analysis” by Tessa Hebb
R15-01 “The Social Return on Investment of Multifaith Housing Initiative’s Housing Program” by Lesley MacKinnon and Sahada Alolo
R14-03 “Ecosystem Services Markets and Investments” by Tessa Hebb and P. Drasher
R 14-02 “Partnerships between not-for-profit organizations and business: Challenges and opportunities” by Tessa Hebb and Roopal Thaker
R 14-01 “Knowledge Synthesis Report: Aboriginal Youth Employment in Northern Canada” by Frances Abele and Senada Delic
R 11-01 “What does it Mean to Start a Social Enterprise?” By Sean McKinnon, with assistance from Ursula Adamik, Michelle Guevara, and Heather Wood
R 10-04 “Evaluating the Social Impact of the Causeway Work Centre’s Social Enterprises” By Arjun Langford
R 10-03 “The Role of Institutional Investors in Social Finance” By Tessa Hebb