Evolution of Family Business
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Evolution of Family Business

Continuity and Change in Latin America and Spain

Edited by Paloma Fernández Pérez and Andrea Lluch

Family businesses are everywhere, but there is little information regarding their growth and development. This book is one of the few to analyse the identity and evolution of the largest family businesses in Latin America and Spain. With contributions from 20 scholars from 12 different countries, the book compares the relationship of families in business within their national economies, foreign capital, migration, and politics. The authors deny the existence of a ‘Latin type’ of family capitalism in their countries, and highlight diversity, and national and regional differences.
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Chapter 11: Evolution of the Peruvian large family business, 1896–2012

Martín Monsalve Zanatti

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11. Evolution of the Peruvian large family business, 1896–2012 Martín Monsalve Zanatti This chapter analyses the evolution of Peruvian large family businesses from 1896 to 2012. The variables that guide this study are the changes in the investmen...

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