Chapter 8 -- Family Firms, Stakeholder Relationships, and Competitive Advantage a Review and Directions for Future Research

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Ring, J. Kirk
Brown, Jessica
Matherne, Curtis F.
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2017
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Corporate social performance , Socioemotional wealth , Financial performance , Value creation , Salience , Perspective , Management , Business , Advisers , Issues
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The Routledge Companion to Family Business offers a definitive survey of a field that has seen rapid growth in research in recent years. Edited by leading scholars with contributions from the top minds in family business from around the world, this volume provides researchers and scholars with a comprehensive understanding of the state of the discipline. Over 25 chapters address a wide variety of subjects, providing readers with a thorough review of the key research themes in the modern family firm, such as corporate social responsibility and bank debt rationing. International examples cover a wide range of economies including China, Europe, and Latin America.

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Ring, J. Kirk; Brown, Jessica; Matherne, Curtis F. 2017. Chapter 8 -- Family Firms, Stakeholder Relationships, and Competitive Advantage a Review and Directions for Future Research. In: Routledge Companions in Business,Edited by Franz W. Kellermanns, Frank Hoy, © 2017, Routledge, pp 159-174
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