FERC Portland OR 2014

The main objective is to analyze what characteristics possessed by a family firm and its family-member employees promote behaviors that share and transfer knowledge between them and non-family employees, customers and suppliers, and ... ver más>>

FERC Chile 2013

This research explores the empirical relationship between family ownership and firm performance for companies listed in the Integrated Latin American Market, MILA by its Spanish acronym. ... view more

FERC Montreal 2012

This research explores the empirical relationship between family ownership and firm performance for companies listed in the Integrated Latin American Market, MILA by its Spanish acronym. ... view more

IFERA Francia 2012

Varios authors have maintained that family firms are more profitable than nonfamily ones, basing their assertion on certain advantage such as the lower agency ... view more

FERC Michigan 2011

This research project compares the financial performance of family firms and / with non-family firms in a series of emergent countries and introduce the institucional quality concept. ... view more

IFERA Colombia 2011

This research project...
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