Coupling Family Business Research With Organizational Studies: Interpretations, Issues and Insights

Carlo Salvato, Francesco Chirico, Leif Melic, and David Seidl
Published: Jan 17, 2020

This paper explores how the five core-defining features of family firms: ownership, management and governance, transgenerational intention, generational involvement and perceived identity can be illuminated by extant research in organizational studies and how, in turn, organizational studies may be extended by investigating its key themes in the empirical context of family firms.

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