Employee Stock Ownership Plans (ESOPs)

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Beyster Institute

The Beyster Institute's mission is to advance the use of entrepreneurship and employee ownership to build stronger, higher performing enterprises nationally and internationally. Launched in 2002 by the Foundation for Enterprise Development, the Institute is now part of the Rady School of Management at UC San Diego, and is the nation's only university-based center to integrate both employee ownership and entrepreneurship.

Capital Ownership Group

The Capitol Ownership Group (COG) is an on-line think-tank that works to promote the advancement of broad-ownership systems, specifically employee ownership, and the raising of social and wage standards on an international level through policy proposals and advocacy.

CasePlace.org

Created by the Aspen Institute's Center for Business Education, CasePlace.org is a resource that provides teaching material on business and sustainability- from corporate governance to sustainable development. With the recent addition of the Curriculum Library on Employee Ownership, the site is home to the largest collection of teaching materials on employee ownership.

Center for Economic and Social Justice

The Center for Economic and Social Justice is a non-profit, non-partisan education and research organization dedicated to promoting economic justice on a global scale by expanding capital ownership to a broader segment of society.

National Center for Employee Ownership (NCEO), Electronic Reference Desk

In the articles and research section of its website, NCEO maintains a wide range of resource materials on employee ownership, employee stock ownership plans, and broadly-granted stock options.

Owners at Work

Published on a quarterly basis by the Ohio Employee Ownership Center, Owners at Work is a leading periodical examining issues facing employee ownership both in Ohio and throughout the United States.

Beyster Institute

The Beyster Institute's mission is to advance the use of entrepreneurship and employee ownership to build stronger, higher performing enterprises nationally and internationally. Launched in 2002 by the Foundation for Enterprise Development, the Institute is now part of the Rady School of Management at UC San Diego, and is the nation's only university-based center to integrate both employee ownership and entrepreneurship.

Capital Ownership Group

The Capitol Ownership Group (COG) is an on-line think-tank that works to promote the advancement of broad-ownership systems, specifically employee ownership, and the raising of social and wage standards on an international level through policy proposals and advocacy.

CasePlace.org

Created by the Aspen Institute's Center for Business Education, CasePlace.org is a resource that provides teaching material on business and sustainability- from corporate governance to sustainable development. With the recent addition of the Curriculum Library on Employee Ownership, the site is home to the largest collection of teaching materials on employee ownership.

Center for Economic and Social Justice

The Center for Economic and Social Justice is a non-profit, non-partisan education and research organization dedicated to promoting economic justice on a global scale by expanding capital ownership to a broader segment of society.

National Center for Employee Ownership (NCEO), Electronic Reference Desk

In the articles and research section of its website, NCEO maintains a wide range of resource materials on employee ownership, employee stock ownership plans, and broadly-granted stock options.

Owners at Work

Published on a quarterly basis by the Ohio Employee Ownership Center, Owners at Work is a leading periodical examining issues facing employee ownership both in Ohio and throughout the United States.

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