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Philipp Sieger and Thomas Zellweger

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Edited by Mattias Nordqvist and Thomas M. Zellweger

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Transgenerational Entrepreneurship

Exploring Growth and Performance in Family Firms Across Generations

Edited by Mattias Nordqvist and Thomas M. Zellweger

Introducing a new concept in family businesses Transgenerational Entrepreneurship addresses how these businesses achieve growth and longevity through entrepreneurial activities. It focuses on the resources, capabilities and mindsets that families develop and draw upon in order to be entrepreneurial across generations, and presents findings from an international research collaboration between family business researchers and practitioners.
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Philipp Sieger, Melanie Ganter and Thomas Zellweger

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Timothy G. Habbershon, Mattias Nordqvist and Thomas M. Zellweger

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Thomas M. Zellweger, Philipp Sieger and Corinne Muehlebach

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Melissa Medaugh, Laura Stanley, Franz W. Kellermanns and Thomas M. Zellweger

In this chapter, we review person-centered mixture modeling and longitudinal research methods capable of advancing family firm and entrepreneurship theory. The modeling techniques we discuss (i.e., Latent Profile Analysis, latent growth modeling, multilevel growth modeling, and latent class growth modeling) complement more traditional variable-centered methods and allow researchers to examine the complex interplay between variables, as well as how these relationships change over time. We provide illustrations from extant research and offer suggestions for future research employing these techniques.