- Duke Center for the Advancement of Social Entrepreneurship (CASE). The Duke University CASE website contains a wealth of articles, reports and case studies on going to scale, as well as many other topics relating to social entrepreneurship.
- Bradach, Jeffrey L. Going to Scale: The Challenge of Replicating Social Programs. The Stanford Social Innovation Review. Spring 2003.
- Bradach, Jeffrey L. and Roob, Nancy. Scaling What Works: Implications for Philanthropists, Policymakers, and Nonprofit Leaders. April 2009.
- The Bridgespan Group. Citizen Schools: Creating a Strong Program Locally as a Basis for National Expansion. October 2004.
- The Bridgespan Group. Growth of Youth-Serving Organizations. March 2005.
- Campbell, Kelly, Taft-Pearman, Mandy and Lee, Matthew. Getting Replication Right: The Decisions That Matter Most for Nonprofits Looking to Expand. June 2008.
- Dees, Gregory, Anderson, Beth B., and Wei-Skillern, Jane. Scaling Social Impact: Strategies for Spreading Social Innovations. Stanford Social Innovation Review. Spring 2004.
- Foster, William. Money to Grow On. Stanford Social Innovation Review. Fall 2008.
- Foster, William and Fine, Gail. How Nonprofits Get Really Big. Stanford Social Innovation Review. Spring 2007.
- O’Flanagan, Maisie and Taliento, Lynn. Nonprofits: Ensuring that Bigger is Better. McKinsey Quarterly. 2004.
- Overholser, George and Steel, Robert. Going to Scale: A New Era for Funding Nonprofits.
- The Bridgespan Group. Profile: Youth Villages. February 2007.
- The Bridgespan Group. Profile: Conservation International. February 2007.
- The Edna McConnell Clark Foundation. A Good Thing Growing. August 2011.
- Higgins, Monica and Hess, Frederick M. for National Association of Charter School Authorizers. Learning to Succeed at Scale. February 2009.
- Kramer, Mark. Scaling Social Impact. November 2004.
- Mohammed, Afroze and Baumann, Heiner. Citizen Schools’ Growth with High-Engagement Funders. 2004.