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Handbook of research on family business

Author: Poutziouris, Panikkos ; Smyrnios, Kosmas X. ; Klein, Sabine B. Series: Elgar reference collection Publisher: Edward Elgar , 2006.Language: EnglishDescription: 631 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 1845424107Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index


Handbook of Research on Family Business Contents List of contributors Foreword by Miguel Angel Gallo Acknowledgements Introduction: the business of researching family enterprises Panikkos Zata Poutziouris, Kosmas X. Smyrnios and Sabine B. Klein PART I FRONTIERS OF A FAMILY BUSINESS 1 Navigating the family business education maze Frank Hoy and Pramodita Sharma 2 An overview of the field of family business studies: current status and directions for the future Pramodita Sharma 3 Family businesses' contribution to the US economy: a closer look Joseph H. Astrachan and Melissa Carey Shanker PART II THEORIZING FAMILY BUSINESSES AND BUSINESS FAMILIES 4 A unified systems perspective of family firm performance Timothy G Habbershon, Mary Williams and Ian C. MacMillan 5 The family's dynamic role within family business entrepreneurship Ramona K Z. Heck, Sharon M. Danes, Margaret A. Fitzgerald, George W. Haynes, Cynthia R. Jasper, Holly L. Schrank, Kathryn Stafford and Mary Winter 6 Critical leader relationships in family firms Nigel Nicholson and Asa Björnberg 7 Business family as a team: underlying force for sustained competitive advantage Lorraine M. Uhlaner 8 Internal factors of family business performance: an integrated theoretical model Alberto Gimeno Sandig, Gaston J Labadie, Willem Saris and Xavier Mendoza Mayordomo PART III FAMILY BUSINESS RESEARCH: METRICS AND METHODOLOGIES 9 The F-PEC scale of family influence: a proposal for solving the family business definition problem Joseph H. Astrachan, Sabine B. Klein and Kosmas X. Smyrnios viii xix xx 1 11 25 56 67 80 106 125 145 167 vi Contents 10 Identification of different types of private family firms Paul Westhead and Carole Howorth 11 From vision to variables: a scorecard to continue the professionalization of a family firm Ken Moores and Justin Craig 12 Working with families in business: a content validity study of the Aspen Family Business Inventory Sandra L. Moncrief-Stuart, Joe Paul and Justin Craig PART IV FAMILY BUSINESS THEMES IN FOCUS 13 Founder­successor's transition: a model of coherent value transmission paths Ercilia Garcia-Alvarez and Jordi López-Sintas 14 Understanding strategizing in the family business context Annika Hall, Leif Melin and Mattias Nordqvist 15 The professionalization of family firms: theory and practice Lucrezia Songini 16 Formulating, implementing and maintaining family protocols Miguel Angel Gallo and Salvatore Tomaselli 17 Generic models for family business boards of directors Joseph H. Astrachan, Andrew Keyt, Suzanne Lane and Kristi McMillan 18 Effective knowledge transfer in family firms Rosa Nelly Trevinyo-Rodriguez and Josep Tàpies 19 Feuding families: the management of conflict in family firms Franz W Kellermanns and Kimberly A. Eddleston PART V FAMILY BUSINESS SUCCESSION 20 Lost in time: intergenerational succession, change and failure in family business Danny Miller, Lloyd Steier and Isabelle Le Breton-Miller 21 Towards a business family dynasty: a lifelong, continuing process Johan Lambrecht and Rik Donckels 22 Using the strategic planning process as a next-generation training tool in family business Pietro Mazzola, Gaia Marchisio and Joseph H. Astrachan 23 An integrated framework for testing the success of the family business succession process according to gender specificity Vassilios D. Pyromalis, George S. Vozikis, Theodoros A. Kalkanteras, Michaela E. Rogdaki and George P Sigalas PART VI FAMILY BUSINESS PERFORMANCE: GLOBAL AND TRANS-CULTURAL ISSUES 24 Internationalization of family businesses through strategic alliances: an exploratory study Kristin Cappuyns 445 371 388 237 253 269 298 317 343 358 180 196 215 402 422 Contents vii 25 Family and cultural forces: shaping entrepreneurship and SME development in China David Pistrui, Wilfred V Huang, Harold P Welsch and Zhao Jing 26 Board of directors in Italian public family-controlled companies Guido Corbetta and Alessandro Minichilli 27 Family-firm relationships in Italian SMEs: ownership and governance issues in a double-fold theoretical perspective Luca Gnan and Daniela Montemerlo 28 Longevity of Japanese family firms Toshio Goto PART VII FAMILY BUSINESS FINANCE 29 Family firms and financial behavior: how family shareholder preferences influence firms' financing Myriam Lyagoubi 30 The structure and performance of the UK family business PLC economy Panikkos Zata Poutziouris 31 Ownership structure and firm performance: evidence from Spanish family firms Susana Menéndez-Requejo 32 Family ownership, corporate governance and firm value: evidence from the Spanish market Maria Sacristan Navarro and Silvia Gómez Ansón Epilogue: theory building and the survival of family firms three promising research directions Shaker A. Zahra, Sabine B. Klein and Joseph H. Astrachan Index 537 552 460 488 501 517 575 593 614 619

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