Normal view MARC view

Theoretical developments and future research in family business

Author: Phan, Phillip ; Butler, John E. Series: Research in entrepreneurship and management Publisher: Information Age Publishing (IAP) 2008.Language: EnglishDescription: 293 p. : Graphs ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781593115517Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references
Tags: No tags from this library for this title. Log in to add tags.
Item type Current location Collection Call number Status Date due Barcode Item holds
Book Europe Campus
Main Collection
Print HD62.25 .T44 2008
(Browse shelf)
Available 001237316
Total holds: 0

Includes bibliographical references


Theoretical Developments and Future Research in Family Business Contents Introduction: Wither the Family Enterprise? Suggestions for Future Research Phillip H. Phan and John E. Butler PART I. GENERAL APPROACHES TO CONCEPTUAL1ZING THE FAMILY ENTERPRISE vii 1. Analyzing the Dearth in Family Enterprise Research Susan Clark Muntean 3 2. No Family is an Island: A Social Network Approach to Govemance in Family Firms Mattias Nordqvist and Sanjay Goel 27 3. Heroes and Villains: Ethnic Chinese Family Business in Southeast Asia Michael Carney and Marleen Dieleman PART II. DYNAMIC MODELS OF THE FAMILY ENTERPRISE 49 4. An Experimental Examination of the Fits Family-Business Model: New Insights From a Simulation Study Through System Dynamics Francesco Chirico and Gianluca Colombo 77 5. Strategic Planning and Organizational Integrity in Family Firms: Drivers for Successful Postintegration Outcomes in MandA Procedures Rosa Nelly Trevinyo-Rodriguez 117 6. Exit Preferences in Family Businesses Soo-Hoon Lee, John E. Butler, and Borje O. Saxberg 149 PART III. SUCCESSION AS A CORE INSTITUTION IN FAMILY ENTERPRISES 7. Family Involvement in Family Firms: Antecedents and Moderators Hung-Bin Ding 177 8. Make or Buy? The Invisible Hand Behind Hiring Decisions of Family Firms Hung-Bin Ding and Soo-Hoon Lee 195 9. Offspring Intentions to Join the Family Business: Does Culture Make a Difference? Eleni Stavrou, Anna Merikas, and George S. Vozikis 213 10. Performance Lags and Gaps During Family Business Succession: The Dual Inefficiency of Succession Discontinuity and Lower Initial Postsutcession Performance Christos R. Sigalas, George Chondrakis, Anastasios Zaharopoulos, and George S. Vozikis 231 11. A Theoretical Framework on the Role of HRM Practices in Family Business Succession Soo-Hoon Lee 261 About the Contributors 287

There are no comments for this item.

Log in to your account to post a comment.
Koha 18.11 - INSEAD Catalogue
Home | Contact Us | What's Koha?