Table of contents - Special Issue: Family firms in Ibero-America
Guest Editors: Maria José Parada, Claudio Müller, Alberto Gimeno
Corporate governance in family businesses from Latin America, Spain and Portugal: A review of the literatureDiógenes Lagos Cortés, Isabel C. Botero
The purpose of this paper is to summarize what is known about corporate governance in family firms from Ibero-American countries based on published research.
The purpose of this paper is to explore to what extent different obstacles (financial, knowledge, market, and perception) affect the propensity of Mexican family firms to engage…
Open innovation search strategies in family and non-family SMEs: Evidence from a natural resource-based cluster in ChileRodrigo Basco, Andrea Calabrò
The purpose of this paper is to investigate what types of open innovation search strategies are associated with internal innovation activities in family and non-family SMEs within…
The purpose of this paper is to explore the possible causes of the heterogeneous productivity observed in Spanish firms, finding evidence of a link between managerial capability…
The purpose of this paper is to suggest two main objectives: to analyze if the size of the company is determined by the use of external legal and human resources (HR) advice; and…
An actor-network theory perspective to study the non-adoption of a collaborative technology intended to support online community participationGibran Rivera, Andrew M. Cox
The purpose of this paper is to explore the value of Actor-network theory as an approach to explain the non-adoption of collaborative technology.
Online date, start – end:2013
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