Firms within Families: Enterprising in Diverse Country Contexts

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Jennifer E. Jennings, Kimberly A. Eddleston, P. Devereaux Jennings, Ravi Sarathy
Edward Elgar Publishing, 31 jul. 2015 - 288 pagina's
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Just as much entrepreneurial activity is embedded within families, many families are embedded in business enterprising. And both are embedded in broader economic, institutional and cultural environments that shape their experience and development.
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a framework for studying the double embeddedness of business enterprising
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PART I Family influences upon ownermanaged businesses in diverse country contexts
13
how important is SEW
15
investigating strategies orientations and SEW as determinants
37
4 The antecedents and outcomes of business strategies within privatelyheld family and nonfamily SMEs in China
57
socioemotional wealth and firm performance in an emerging market
73
unexpected differences and similarities
95
the impact of SEW on family and nonfamily firms in developed versus emerging economies
117
implications for personal wellbeing
153
10 The workfamily interface of business ownermanagers in China
176
the need for support at home and for the business
192
are their businesses and families enemies?
213
is entrepreneurship good for families? It depends on the country
237
reflections upon the double embeddedness of business enterprising
246
measurement scales for focal constructs US version
254
crosscountry research design and sampling differences
259

PART II Family influences upon businessownermanagers in diverse country contexts
127
implications for satisfaction and perceived effectiveness
129

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