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Family firms in the wind of change

Author: Tomaselli, Salvatore ; Melin, LeifMeeting: FBN 15th conference, Copenhagen, Denmark, 8-11 September 2004Publisher: Universita Degli Studi di Palermo, 2004. ; Jönköping International Business School, 2004.Language: EnglishDescription: 487 p. ; 22 cm.Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references
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Includes bibliographical references


Research Forum Proceedings Family Firms in the Wind of Change Table of Contents Prologue Joseph H. Astrachan, Andrew Keyt, Suzanne Lane and Kristi McMillan 5 The Loyola Guidelines for Family, Business Boards of Directors José C. Casillas and Francisco J. Acedo 7 22 Internationalization of Family SMEs. How Family Involvement Affects? Cristiana Compagno, Daniel Pittino and Francesca Visintin Corporate Governance and Advanced Forms of Internationalisation in Italian Small and Medium Family Businesses Justin B.L. Craig 39 Divisive Issues in Changing Times: A Multi-Generational Perspective Urs Frey, Frank Halter, Sabine B. Klein and Thomas Zellweger 56 Family Businesses in Switzerland: Significance and Structure Miguel A. Gallo and Kristin Cappuyns 73 Family Members who do not Work in the Family Business: How to Enhance their ,,Unity" and ,,Commitment" Miguel A. Gallo and Salvatore Tomaselli 90 Family Protocols in Spain: A Survey on 10 Years of Experience Carmen Galve Górriz and Vicente Salas Fumás 106 Survival, Behaviour and Results of the Family Firms Quoted on the Spanish Stock Exchange 126 Alberto Gimeno, Gaston Labadie and Willem Saris The Effects of Management and Corporate Governance on Performance in Family Businesses: A Model and Test in Spanish Firms Luca Gnan and Lucrezia Songini 147 Glass Ceiling or Women in Command? The Role of Professionalization in Women's Family Firms Christopher Graves and Jill Thomas 172 Internationalisation of the Family, Business: A Managerial Capabilities Perspective Annika Hall 196 Family Business in the Winds of Change: Strategic Renewal through Values and Relations Ngiap Kum Ho and Joseph M. Mula 215 Managing and Controlling Family Enterprises in Changing Times A Cross-Cultural Study of Australian and Singaporean Firms 239 Sabine B. Klein and Corinne Mühlebach Customer-Supplier Relationships in the Food Industry: Does Family Influence Make a Difference? Matti Koiranen and Juha Kansikas Responsible Employment in the Wind of Change: A Family Firm Perspective Susana Menéndez-Requejo Growth and Internationalisation of Family Businesses Daniela Montemerlo, Luca Gnan, William Schulze and Guido Corbetta Governance Structures in Italian Family, SMEs Mikko Mustakallio and Erkko Autio Family Institutions and Family's Decision Commitment: Mediating Effects of Procedural Justice Nigel Nicholson and Asa Bjórnberg Evolutionarv Psychology and the Family Firm: Structure, Culture and Performance Domingo García Pérez de Lema, Antonio Duréndez Gómez-Guillamón and Antonio Calvo Flores-Segura The Family SME Competitiveness: An Empirical Investigation María Sacristán Navarro and Silvia Gómez Ansón Ultimate Owners of the Spanish Listed Firms: The Role of Families Pramodita Sharma and Greg Irving Next generations' commitment to the family firm. A multi-respondent preliminar :y test Kosmas X. Smyrnios and Panikkos Z. Poutziouris Fast-Growth Family Enterprises: Empirical Evidence from the UK Middle Market Caroline Tan Swee Lin and Kosmas X. Smyrnios Relationships between Competitive Advantage and Performance: Family versus Non-family Fast Growth Firms Jill Thomas and Bruce Gurd The Role of the Finance Manager in the Professional Family Business Minna Tunkkari ,,A Mentor Out There For Me"; Next Generation Member's Experiences of Non-family Mentoring Lorraine M. Uhlaner and Joris Meijaard Family Orientation, Organization Structure and Firm Performance Toshimasa Yokozawa and Toshio Goto Some Characteristics of Japanese Long-living Firms and their Financial Performance 251 266 284 296 315 331 350 366 386 387 403 418 434 452 472

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