Journal of Family Business Management: Volume 8 Issue 2


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A receiver’s approach to family business brands: Exploring individual associations with the term “family firm”

Isabel C. Botero, Claudia Binz Astrachan, Andrea Calabrò

Although prior research has indicated that ownership characteristics of a firm can influence how organizations are perceived, there is a gap in our understanding of the general…

Fast or slow? Decision-making styles in small family and nonfamily firms

Duarte Pimentel, Marc Scholten, Joao Pedro Couto

The purpose of this paper is to explore differences in the decision-making styles between family and nonfamily firms, while assessing how family participation relates to the use…

Examining entrepreneurial orientation’s dimensions – performance relationship in Saudi family businesses: Contingency role of family involvement in management

Wassim J. Aloulou

The purpose of this paper is to contribute to family firm and entrepreneurship literature by providing an examination of how family involvement in management (FIM) moderates the…

Measuring family business performance: research trends and suggestions

Ralph I. Williams Jr

Business performance measurement is vital to expanding knowledge of how various strategies and behaviors affect organization outcomes. Given the recent growth of the family…


Uncovering the research field of corporate social responsibility in family firms: a citation analysis

Caroline Preslmayer, Michael Kuttner, Birgit Feldbauer-Durstmüller

Inspired by increasing public interest in corporate social responsibility (CSR) and the intensified focus of research on family firms (FFs) over the past few decades, the purpose…

Limits to psychological ownership in the family business

Wouter Broekaert, Bart Henssen, Johan Lambrecht, Koenraad Debackere, Petra Andries

The purpose of this paper is to analyze how the sense of control, psychological ownership and motivation of both family owners and non-family managers in family firms are…

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