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Alfredo De Massis

Family businesses are known for their unification of ownership and control and, as De Massis reports, degree of ownership may be a determining factor for innovation management. While much of the extant literature is mixed, the door is open for research that examines family business behavior over time and across venture milestones such as intra-family succession.
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Lucio Cassia, Alfredo De Massis and Tommaso Minola

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Mara Brumana, Lucio Cassia, Alfredo De Massis, Allan Discua Cruz and Tommaso Minola

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Edited by Alfredo De Massis, Pramodita Sharma, Jess H. Chua and James J. Chrisman

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Family Business Studies

An Annotated Bibliography

Edited by Alfredo De Massis, Pramodita Sharma, Jess H. Chua and James J. Chrisman

This book catalogues the 215 most-cited empirical, theoretical and practical articles on family business published in 33 journals since 1996. Researchers, students and practicing managers will find it indispensable as a quick reference and guide to what we have learned about family firms. Annotations for the articles consist of: summary of key findings, research questions, contributions, and research implications. They also include a detailed description of the methodologies, empirical data, definitions, and conceptual models used. In addition, the book features chapters that review the literature, discuss how family businesses have been defined, present recent trends in family business empirical research, and provide an agenda for future research.