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FBRJournal
The leading academic journal on family business publishing interdisciplinary empirical and theoretical insights. (IF 3.824)
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LoyolaFamilyBusiness Jun 13
Quality is what keeps a thriving with each new generation.
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Zografia Bika Jun 12
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Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice May 14
The new issue is out! 😍😍 This issue covers: –Family firms: succession, transgenerational control. –Entrepreneurial psychology: Sleep, passion in teams. –Gender: Diversity, policy. -Research relevance. ...and more!
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JournalofManagement Jun 2
Scale Adaptation in Organizational Science : A Review and Best-Practice Recommendations
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Josh Daspit May 31
The 2019 Family Enterprise Research Conference is off to a great start with a seminar session led by Danny Miller and Isabel Le Breton-Miller
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SAGE Management Jun 3
A new direction of value congruence in research based on the solid theoretical foundation of Social Exchange Theory
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FBRJournal Jun 2
Editor Tyge Payne, Assoc Editor , & Isabel Le Breton-Miller sharing insights on panel moderated by Sr. Assoc Editor Don Neubaum at Family Enterprise Research Conference 2019 hosted by
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Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice May 23
Family firms are *not* controlled by a homogeneous and monolithic group of family owners sharing the same goal. New research provides insight on the implications of this. When More Is Better: Multifamily Firms and Firm Performance By Duran & Ortiz
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Alfredo De Massis May 23
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FBRJournal May 23
Authors highlight need for more scholarly attention to fiduciaries, who have been neglected in previous research on family firms
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FBRJournal May 22
Study concludes that firms can be ranked according to bonding social capital, which is promising for explaining family firm behavior and performance
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FBRJournal May 21
Family firm name congruence and the related identity links have an indirect (not direct) influence on the valuation of socioemotional benefits and costs
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Telfer Research May 9
For money or love? and these amazing speakers discuss the financial and emotional considerations in succession during the CPA Ontario Symposium at . A great collaboration between university and industry.
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Nadine Kammerlander May 16
New Special Issue at - deadline for proposal submissions is September 15, 2019. For details, see
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FBRJournal May 16
Fiduciaries enact the “man in the middle” role previously thought exclusive to business family members
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FBRJournal May 15
The strong and enduring ties developed over generations in the family firm and the long history of interaction cannot be duplicated among nonfamily members
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FBRJournal May 9
Socioemotional costs do not function the same way for all family firms
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FBRJournal May 9
Having a similar family and firm name does not directly impact the acceptable sales price of the family firm
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SAGE Management May 1
"When talking to entrepreneurs, we increasingly realized that finding a willing and able successor from the family was often a challenge."
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Nadine Kammerlander May 1
Nice summary of our recent article on the willingness vs. ability dilemma in :
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