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A critical aspect for the continuity of family businesses (FB) is the existence of willing successors. In this article, we use the imprinting theory to ground an explanation of how the family imprinting process shapes siblings’ willingness to become a successor in the FB. We stylize three family...
Although family businesses and social enterprises are typically examined as distinct organizational forms, research in both domains recognizes the significant influence of family on organizational goals. Our cross-disciplinary review of 104 articles, published in 50 journals between 1996 and...
Drawing on 62 interviews with 23 family businesses in Cyprus concerning the 2013–2018 (Eurozone) debt crisis and the Covid-19 pandemic, this study offers new knowledge on why and how family social capital reconfigures during external crises to support survivability. The findings reveal new...
Despite significant discussion surrounding the benefits of family social capital in family business research, precisely how it is built and maintained by enterprise families remains unclear. To explore how and when family governance practices can avoid the decay of enterprise family social...
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