Entrepreneurship and Family Business Vol: 12


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Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9780857240972
Published:
23 Jun 2010
Publisher:
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
437 pages - 156 x 234 x 38mm
Series:
Advances in Entrepreneurship, Firm Emergence and Growth

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Volume 12 will consider the timely issue of entrepreneurship and family business. Papers consider the issues, problems, contexts, or processes that make a family firm more entrepreneurial. A representative, but by no means exhaustive, listing of relevant topics includes: the emergence and growth of family businesses, and founding conditions unique to family firms; maintaining the entrepreneurial spirit of the founding generation; the role of family in corporate entrepreneurship; the use of entrepreneurial policies, practices and strategies by family firms; outcomes attributable to differences between more and less entrepreneurial family firms; family firm versus non-family firm approaches to entrepreneurial decision making; entrepreneurial characteristics and practices across the generations of a family firm; entrepreneurship as an avenue to strategically renew family firms; and, the allocation of family-based resources to entrepreneurial endeavors.
List of Contributors. An introduction to the special volume on family business and entrepreneurship. The importance of looking toward the future and building on the past: entrepreneurial risk taking and image in family firms. Understanding Exit from the founder's business in family firms. The role of family member support in entrepreneurial entry, continuance, and exit: An autoethnography. Spousal Context during the venture creation process. Society in Embryo: Family Relationships as the Basis for Social Capital in Family Firms. The catholic spirit and family business: Contrasting Latin America, Eastern Europe, and Southern Europe. Skeptical about family business: Advancing the field in its scholarship, relevance, and academic role. The Yin. Kinship, capital, and the unsettling of assumptions: Contemporary anthropology and the study of family enterprise and entrepreneurship. Kinship and gender. Sources of entrepreneurial discretion in kinship systems. Cross campus collaboration: A law school perspective. The promise of family business as an academic field in major research universities. Practice-based Research in Family Business. Four aesthetic models for relevant research in the field of family enterprise. Team approaches to entrepreneurship and family business education. Late Stage entrepreneurial activity: What students should know about family-owned and family-controlled companies. Taking stock of one decade of research: An outcomes-based framework for teaching family business. A Family Business Project? So What! Eight Strategies for Intrapreneurial Scholars. Advancing the 3R. Advances in entrepreneurship, firm emergence and growth. Advances in entrepreneurship, firm emergence and growth. Copyright page.

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