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Following the lead of Habbershon and Williams (1999), this paper uses the resource-based view of firms to understand the strategic responses of nine family groups to the more liberalized environment in India's emerging economy. Using the concepts and empirical findings in the resource-based view...
In November 1998, Paul I. Karofsky visited with several family-owned and -managed businesses in India. The powerful cultural and family influences on family-owned enterprises sparked his desire to interview Sampath Durgadas, a visiting professor and consultant to family businesses at the...
This study replicates the Chrisman, Chua, Sharma 1998 Canadian study in the Indian context. Using data from 43 Indian family firms, this study compares the successor attributes that Indian and Canadian family business owners consider most important. Despite significant differences in norms and...
This paper describes the author's attempts to develop business with Indian family firms during the last three years. Specific features of the Indian business environment are discussed, along with information for those who desire to export Indian products to the United States. The paper also...
The literature on CEO compensation reflects two common biases: (a) the dominant use of the agency theory perspective and (b) the almost exclusive use of U.S. and U.K samples. Agency theory views compensation as a consequence of the incentive contracts and the processes of corporate governance....
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