By Pramodita Sharma
Interest within the learn of kin enterprise has elevated considerably during the last decade. The learn in this topic - and the comparable topic of entrepreneurship - has built in parallel inside of a couple of varied disciplines, making it the correct candidate for an annotated bibliography.
This e-book goals to catalog the main empirical, theoretical, and sensible articles on kin enterprise. integrated for every article indexed are a precis of key findings, and an inventory of the methodologies and key conceptual types used. It additionally contains a overview of the literature, a dialogue of ways kin companies were outlined, and time table for destiny examine into either kinfolk company and entrepreneurship studies.
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Levinson, H. (1971). Conflicts that plague family businesses. Harvard Business Review, 49(2): 90-98. Levinson, H. (1983). Consulting with family businesses: What to look for, what to look out for. Organizational Dynamics, Summer: 71-80. E. (1974). How to make your family business more profitable. Journal of Small Business Management, 12(4): 35-41. H. (1993). Factors affecting the provision and cost of health insurance in small family businesses. Family Business Review, 4(2): 173-178. 43 Liebtag, B.
Some comments on family boards. Family Business Review, 2(2): 150-152. L. L. Ward (1994). Is strategy different for the familyowned businesses. Family Business Review, 7(2): 159-176. Harvey, M. E. Evans (1994a). The impact of timing and mode of entry on successor development and successful succession. ily Business Review, 7(3) : 221-236. Harvey, M. E. Evans (1994b). Family business and multiple levels of conflict. Family Business Review, 7(4): 331-348. 40 Harvey, M. E. Evans (1995). Life after succession in the family business: Is it really the end of problems?
Unravelling communications among family members. Family Business Review, 7(1): 29-37. R. (1988). Life in the family circle. Family Business Review, 1(4): 383398. R. (1991). Customer service: Does family ownership make a difference? Family Business Review, 4(3): 303-324. , M. Salangicoff, & B. Hollander (1985). Women in family business: An untapped resource. SAM Advanced Management Journal, Winter: 46-49. L. (1971). Directors: Myth and Reality. Boston: Harvard Business School. c. (1989). Selected correlates of business continuity planning in the family business.
A Review and Annotated Bibliography of Family Business Studies by Pramodita Sharma