ETP: Special Issue on Family Firms

29 November 2006 at 4:25 pm Leave a comment

| Peter Klein |

The latest issue of Entrepreneurship: Theory and Practice (30:6, November 2006) is a “Special Issue on the Theory of the Family Enterprise.” Plenty of fodder for the ongoing discussion of family firms. Here’s the table of contents:

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Personalism, Particularism, and the Competitive Behaviors and Advantages of Family Firms: An Introduction
James J. Chrisman, Lloyd P. Steier, Jess H. Chua
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 2006 30:6 719

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Why Do Some Family Businesses Out-Compete? Governance, Long-Term Orientations, and Sustainable Capability
Isabelle Le Breton-Miller, Danny Miller
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 2006 30:6 731

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Family Businesses Can Out-Compete: As Long as They Are Willing to Question the Chosen Path
Michael Ensley
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 2006 30:6 747

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Interorganizational Familiness: How Family Firms Use Interlocking Directorates to Build Community-Level Social Capital
Richard H. Lester, Albert A. Cannella Jr.
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 2006 30:6 755

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How Family Firms Solve Intra-Family Agency Problems Using Interlocking Directorates: An Extension
Jess H. Chua, Lloyd P. Steier, James J. Chrisman
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 2006 30:6 777

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Family Firms and Social Responsibility: Preliminary Evidence from the S&P 500
W. Gibb Dyer Jr., David A. Whetten
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 2006 30:6 785

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Commentary: “Family Firms and Social Responsibility: Preliminary Evidence from the S&P 500”
Johan Wiklund
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 2006 30:6 803

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Corporate Entrepreneurship in Family Firms: A Family Perspective
Franz W. Kellermanns, Kimberly A. Eddleston
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 2006 30:6 809

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The Complicating Factor of Life Cycles in Corporate Venturing
Frank Hoy
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 2006 30:6 831

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Are We Family and Are We Treated as Family? Nonfamily Employees’ Perceptions of Justice in the Family Firm
Tim Barnett, Franz W. Kellermanns
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 2006 30:6 837

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Commentary: “Are We Family and Are We Treated as Family? Nonfamily Employees’ Perceptions of Justice in the Family Firm”: It All Depends on Perceptions of Family, Fairness, Equity, and Justice
Alan L. Carsrud
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 2006 30:6 855

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Altruism and Agency in the Family Firm: Exploring the Role of Family, Kinship, and Ethnicity
Neri Karra, Paul Tracey, Nelson Phillips
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 2006 30:6 861

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Commentary: A Framework for Managing the Familiness and Agency Advantages in Family Firms
Timothy G. Habbershon
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 2006 30:6 879

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If Theories of Family Enterprise Really Do Matter, So Does Change in Management Education
Lloyd P. Steier, John L. Ward
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 2006 30:6 887

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