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Family businesses play an outstanding role in the German economy. Even in the manufacturing sector—seemingly dominated by large, multinational companies—90,431 out of 107,094 companies are family owned and led by a member of the owner family. In 2001, the authors, in a study conducted on...
This research note investigates how going public affects the capacity of companies to pursue growth and profitability in the long run. It combines the results of transversal and longitudinal analyses of two databases of fast-growing Italian companies and IPOs and compares the results with...
This paper compares three case studies of family businesses in the rural tourism and hospitality sectors in Canada, Sweden, and Australia. Goals for start-up, development, and ultimate disposition of the businesses are examined through cross-case analysis within the theoretical framework of the...
This paper presents the results of a study that assessed the demand of university-based family business centers' student market. The study examines and discusses students' demand for family business courses as a way to plan, implement, and control the internal and external programming component...
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