By Pramodita Sharma
Interest within the learn of relatives enterprise has elevated considerably over the past decade. The examine in this topic - and the comparable topic of entrepreneurship - has built in parallel inside of a couple of various disciplines, making it the suitable candidate for an annotated bibliography.
This ebook goals to catalog the key empirical, theoretical, and useful articles on relations company. integrated for every article indexed are a precis of key findings, and an inventory of the methodologies and key conceptual types used. It additionally encompasses a assessment of the literature, a dialogue of the way kinfolk companies were outlined, and schedule for destiny study into either family members enterprise and entrepreneurship studies.
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1982). The baton of succession. Management Review, July: 2-3. P. (1986). Managing in a family way. Management Review, February: 3. Hoy, F. G. Verser (1994). Emerging business, emerging field: Entrepreneurship and the family firm . Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 19(1): 9-23. K. (1980). Look to outsiders to strengthen business boards. Harvard Business Review, 58(4): 162-170. D. (1982). Characteristics of planning in small firms. Journal of Small Business Management, 20(3): 15-19. L. (1989).
Family Business Review , 6(3): 327-340. S. (1994). Theoretical foundations for family-owned business: A conceptual and research based paradigm. Family Business Review, 7(1): 3-27. N. (1990). Family foundations: High risk, high reward. Family Business Review, 3(4): 331-335. 2 A CLASSIFICATION OF THE ARTICLES ANNOTATED In this section we present two tables classifying the articles annotated in section 3. The first table shows the numbers and types of studies under each main research topic in the literature.