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Overcoming Destructive Conflict, Deviance, and Dysfunction in the Family Firm
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In this illuminating casebook, Roland Kidwell brings together eminent scholars and researchers, showcasing real-world examples of family businesses and potential challenges they may face. Chapters encapsulate possible tensions that may manifest within family businesses, including sibling rivalry, intergenerational conflict, and clashing ideas about work ethic. Ultimately, the authors propose that it is essential for stakeholders and those in leadership to understand what techniques, policies and behaviors do, and indeed do not, work in family firms.

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Unexplored Topics and Contexts

Cases on Entrepreneurship and Innovation bridges the gap between the real-world complexities of diverse innovative and entrepreneurial endeavours in challenging environments and the academic classroom setting. It serves as an essential toolkit for academics and instructors, providing clear teaching guidance and tailoring real-world scenarios to be more relatable and context-relevant for students across the globe.

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This book brings together a wealth of international case studies to examine transformational entrepreneurship and its multifaceted applications across different sectors, including the arts, business, engineering, government, healthcare, and nonprofits. Contributors illustrate how this distinct form of entrepreneurship can adapt to unpredictable changes, balancing social and economic impact to promote stability and growth.

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This Handbook focuses on the complex relationship between entrepreneurship and conflict. Editors Wim Naudé and Bernadette Power construct a broad overview of central research themes in the field, covering states being captured by entrepreneurs, states capturing businesses, entrepreneurship in post-conflict reconstruction, and entrepreneurs in conflict against other entrepreneurs.

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The Handbook of Tourism Entrepreneurship outlines the foundations of success in the tourism sector, examining the ways in which small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) can become economic engines for tourism destinations by boosting regional growth and prosperity.

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Reflections on Programs, Courses and Cases

This incisive book explores entrepreneurial activity and its close relationship with the surrounding context. Through the study of tailored educational approaches, it emphasises programs, interventions and awareness initiatives as a means to stimulate entrepreneurship and highlight both the commonalities underlying entrepreneurial activity in general, and the unique characteristics of each specific context.

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Adopting a multidisciplinary approach, Justin Craig and Ken Moores reinforce the positioning of business as a science and remind the reader that those involved in the practice of business are, in fact, social scientists. Showcasing a novel science of business framework, the book is populated with economic, entrepreneurial, accounting, financial, marketing and management discipline perspectives.

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Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development in Africa presents a timely and compelling account of African entrepreneurship, shedding light on the critical part it plays in the continent’s economic growth and development. It explores the various challenges, opportunities, and success stories that define the African entrepreneurial landscape and highlights the ingenuity and determination of the continent’s entrepreneurial minds.

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In this insightful book, Albert N. Link offers an incisive explanation as to why the U.S. public sector is involved in technology transfer, and how the institutions that support technology transfer have become a cornerstone of U.S. economic growth and development.

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New Perspectives, Contexts and Roles

This forward-thinking book provides an invaluable contribution to the burgeoning field of research on women in family business. Combining academic rigour with first-hand narrative accounts, Women in Family Business explores classic family business concerns while considering how gender, feminism and cultural differences play a part in these organizations.

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