Family Enterprise in the Asia Pacific
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Family Enterprise in the Asia Pacific

Exploring Transgenerational Entrepreneurship in Family Firms

Edited by Kevin Au, Justin B. Craig and K. Ramachandran

This book analyzes the findings reported in the first Asia Pacific summit of the Successful Transgenerational Entrepreneurship Practices (STEP) project. Researchers in Australia, China, and India discussed eleven in-depth case studies to shed light on the challenges that business families and family businesses faced in continuing and extending their entrepreneurial capabilities across multiple generations.
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Chapter 7: The Deague Family: Learning Entrepreneurship through Osmosis

Hsi-Mei Chung, Kuang S. Yeh and Shyh-Jer Cher

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7. The Deague family: learning entrepreneurship through osmosis Justin Craig, Wayne Irava and Ken Moores INTRODUCTION In this chapter, we introduce the idea of learning entrepreneurship by osmosis. Drawing from the experiential learning literature...

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