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HRM 555 - Article List

    Human Resource Management 555 Spring 2011

    Article List for Annotated Bibliography Assignments

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    Governance and Trust in Family Firms: An Introduction.Full Text Available

    Subjects: FAMILY-owned business enterprises; INDUSTRIAL management; CORPORATE governance; INFRASTRUCTURE (Economics); TRANSACTION costs; ORGANIZATIONAL behavior; TRUST Database: Business Source Premier Add to folder Cited References: (68) PDF Full Text(113KB)

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    Experiencing Family Business Creation: Differences Between Founders, Nonfamily

    Managers, and Founders of Nonfamily Firms.Full Text Available

    Subjects: FAMILY-owned business enterprises; EXECUTIVES; INFRASTRUCTURE (Economics); DECISION making; INTERPERSONAL relations; INDUSTRIAL management; DYNAMICS Database: Business Source Premier PDF Full Text(300KB)

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    Emotions and Family Business Creation: An Extension and Implications.Full Text Available Subjects: FAMILY-owned business enterprises; DECISION making; RISK-taking (Psychology); PROBLEM solving; INDUSTRIAL management; BUSINESS planning Database: Business Source Premier Add to folder Cited References: (25) Times Cited in this Database: (1) PDF Full Text(83KB)

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    Is Blood Thicker Than Water? A Study of Stewardship Perceptions in Family Business.Full Text Available

    Subjects: FAMILY-owned business enterprises; EXECUTIVE ability (Management); INDUSTRIAL management; PERSONNEL management; Administration of Human Resource Programs (except Education, Public Health, and Veterans' Affairs Programs); Human Resources Consulting Services; TRUST; COMMITMENT (Psychology) Database: Business Source Premier o Show all 5 images PDF Full Text(153KB)

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    A Leadership Perspective of Reciprocal Stewardship in Family Firms.Full Text Available Subjects: LEADERSHIP; FAMILY-owned business enterprises; INDUSTRIAL relations; PERSONNEL management; Human Resources Consulting Services; Administration of Human Resource Programs (except Education, Public Health, and Veterans' Affairs Programs); STEWARDS; SOCIAL exchange Database: Business Source Premier

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    The Impact of Family Representation on CEO Compensation.Full Text Available Subjects: FAMILY-owned business enterprises; EXECUTIVES -- Salaries, etc.; COMPENSATION management; PUBLIC companies; ENTREPRENEURSHIP; STOCKHOLDERS; Human Resources Consulting Services Database: Business Source Premier o PDF Full Text(146KB)

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    Markets, Hierarchies, and Families: Toward a Transaction Cost Theory of

    the Family Firm.Full Text Available

    Subjects: FAMILY-owned business enterprises; TRANSACTION cost theory of the firm; ASSETS (Accounting); INDUSTRIAL management; BUSINESS planning; HIERARCHIES Database: Business Source Premier o PDF Full Text(204KB)

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    Transaction Cost Economics (TCE) and the Family Firm.Full Text Available

    Subjects: TRANSACTION cost theory of the firm; FAMILY-owned business enterprises; ASSETS (Accounting); MANAGEMENT; HUMAN capital; RELIABILITY; INTERNALIZATION Database: Business Source Premier

Add to folder Cited References: (38) Times Cited in this Database: (1) PDF Full Text(102KB)

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    Prospects for M&A.Full Text Available

    Subjects: BUSINESS enterprises -- Law & legislation; CORPORATE governance; FAMILY-owned business enterprises; CONSOLIDATION & merger of corporations; SYRIA Database: Business Source Premier Add to folder HTML Full Text

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    Long- versus short-term orientation: new perspectives.Full Text Available Subjects: CULTURE; ECONOMIC development; CHINA; POPULATION; DEMOCRACY Database: Business Source Premier o PDF Full Text(88KB)

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    Satisfaction With Firm Performance in Family Businesses.Full Text Available Subjects: FAMILY-owned business enterprises; FINANCIAL performance; PROFIT maximization; FAMILIES -- Economic aspects; SMALL business; DECISION making; SOCIAL interaction; GROUP identity -- Economic aspects; OPERATIONAL definitions; ECONOMIC aspects Database: Business Source Premier PDF Full Text(129KB)

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    Dutch Druggists in Distress: Franchisees Facing the Complex Decision of How to React to

    Their Franchisor's Strategic Plans.Full Text Available

    Subjects: FRANCHISES (Retail trade); MANAGEMENT; BUSINESS planning; DRUGSTORES; STRATEGIC planning; CHAIN stores; FAMILY-owned business enterprises; Pharmacies and Drug Stores; Drugs and Druggists' Sundries Merchant Wholesalers; PHARMACISTS; DUTCH; VAN der Bilt, Marc Database: Business Source Premier PDF Full Text(148KB)

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    Note to Instructors: Dutch Druggists in Distress: Franchisees Facing the Complex Decision of

    How to React to Their Franchisor's Strategic Plans.Full Text Available Subjects: FRANCHISES (Retail trade); ENTREPRENEURSHIP; STRATEGIC planning; FAMILY-owned business enterprises; DRUGSTORES; RIJKSUNIVERSITEIT te Groningen; Pharmacies and Drug Stores; STUDY & teaching; ROLE playing; DISSERTATIONS, Academic; JENSEN, Frank Database: Business Source Premier PDF Full Text(148KB)

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    Convergence in Entrepreneurial Leadership Style: EVIDENCE FROM RUSSIA.Full Text

    Available

    Subjects: ENTREPRENEURSHIP; NEW business enterprises; LEADERSHIP; BUSINESSPEOPLE; RUSSIA (Federation); ECONOMIC opportunities; RUSSIANS Database: Business Source Premier o PDF Full Text(219KB)

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    Building Trust Between Family and Non-Family CFOs.Full Text Available Subjects: CHIEF financial officers; FAMILY-owned business enterprises; INDUSTRIAL management; TRUST; SINCERITY; PERFORMANCE Database: Business Source Premier Add to folder PDF Full Text(3.8MB)

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    Work Family Conflict in New Business Ventures: The Moderating Effects of Spousal

    Commitment to the New Business Venture.Full Text Available Subjects: NEW business enterprises; WORK & family; BUSINESSPEOPLE; HUMAN capital; SOCIAL conditions; SPOUSES; FAMILY conflict; SOCIAL capital (Sociology); STRESS (Psychology) Database: Business Source Premier PDF Full Text(217KB)

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Assessing the Effectiveness of Whole Person Learning Pedagogy in Skill Acquisition.Full Text

    Available

    Subjects: RESEARCH; CAREER development; VOCATIONAL guidance; BUSINESS education; CORE competencies; OCCUPATIONAL training; Business and Secretarial Schools; Colleges, Universities, and Professional Schools; Professional and Management Development Training; Vocational Rehabilitation Services; LEARNING Database: Business Source Premier PDF Full Text(91KB)

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    Uses of Mobile Phones in Post-Conflict Liberia.Full Text Available Subjects: TELEPHONE systems; LIBERIA; Telecommunications Resellers; Wireless Telecommunications Carriers (except Satellite); SOCIAL conflict; CIVIL war; TELEPHONE, Wireless Database: Business Source Premier PDF Full Text(319KB)

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    East Penn in China.Full Text Available

    Subjects: FAMILY-owned business enterprises; WAREHOUSES -- Management; SUBSIDIARY corporations; FACTORIES; JIANGSU Sheng (China); CHINA; EAST Penn Manufacturing Co. Inc.; Corporate, Subsidiary, and Regional Managing Offices; General Warehousing and Storage; LEAD-acid batteries Database: Business Source Premier

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    Will the Estate Tax Become the Next AMT?Full Text Available Subjects: INHERITANCE & transfer tax; ALTERNATIVE minimum tax; TAX preparation; UNITED States; Tax Preparation Services; REPEAL of legislation; RATES & tables Database: Business Source Premier Add to folder HTML Full TextPDF Full Text(249KB)

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    The Slippery Slope: The Impact of Feature Alignability on Search and Satisfaction.Full Text

    Available

    Subjects: CONSUMER satisfaction; CONSUMER behavior; DECISION theory; MARKETING research; Marketing Research and Public Opinion Polling; SEARCHING behavior; SLIPPERY slope arguments Database: Business Source Premier PDF Full Text(261KB)

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    Advising New Zealand's Family Businesses: Current Issues and Opportunities.Full Text

    Available

    Subjects: FAMILY-owned business enterprises; COST effectiveness; INVESTMENT advisors; BUSINESS -- Research; NEW Zealand; Research and Development in the Social Sciences and Humanities; Investment Advice; Portfolio Management Database: Business Source Premier

    o PDF Full Text(181KB)

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    Socioemotional Wealth and Corporate Responses to Institutional Pressures: Do Family-Controlled Firms Pollute Less?Full Text Available

    Subjects: BUSINESS enterprises -- Environmental aspects; FAMILY-owned business enterprises; SOCIAL responsibility of business; CORPORATIONS; ORGANIZATIONAL sociology; UNITED States; COMPARATIVE studies Database: Business Source Premier Add to folder Cited References: (153) Times Cited in this Database: (1) PDF Full Text(298KB)

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    Language and Culture in a Liverpool Merchant Family Firm, 1870-1950.Full Text Available Subjects: FAMILY-owned business enterprises; BANKS & banking; MERCHANTS; DECISION making; LIVERPOOL (England); ENGLAND; Commercial Banking; ETHNOGRAPHIC analysis; MARITIME history; APPROPRIATENESS (Ethics); SOCIAL mobility; LANGUAGE & culture; BATES family Database: Business Source Premier o PDF Full Text

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PENALTY CLAUSES THROUGH THE LENS OF UNCONSCIONABILITY DOCTRINE: BIRCH V.

    UNION OF TAXATION EMPLOYEES, LOCAL 70030.Full Text Available Subjects: CLAUSES (Law); EMPLOYEES; TAXATION; LABOR disputes; STRIKES & lockouts; LABOR laws & legislation; ONTARIO; Regulation, Licensing, and Inspection of Miscellaneous Commercial Sectors; COMMON law Database: Business Source Premier Add to folder PDF Full Text(840KB)

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    Robots run amuck [robot invasion in farming].Full Text Available Subjects: ROBOTICS; ROBOTS; DAIRY farmers; AGRICULTURISTS; MILKING machines Database: Business Source Premier PDF Full Text(5.8MB)

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    Pass the Aspirin.Full Text Available

    Subjects: BANKS & banking; COMMUNITY banks; FARMS; UNITED States; Commercial Banking; FAMILY farms; WILSON, H. McCall; HILLYER, Blair Database: Business Source Premier Add to folder HTML Full TextPDF Full Text(877KB)

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    PERCEPTIONS OF BENEVOLENCE AND THE DESIGN OF AGENCY CONTRACTS: CEO-TMT

    RELATIONSHIPS IN FAMILY FIRMS.Full Text Available

    Subjects: CONTRACTS; CHIEF executive officers; MANAGEMENT; FAMILY-owned business enterprises; AGENCY theory; BENEVOLENCE Database: Business Source Premier o Show all 6 images PDF Full Text(265KB)

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    Line Items.Full Text Available

    Subjects: TAXATION; UNITED States; UNITED States. Tax Court; UNITED States. Court of Appeals (8th Circuit); AMERICAN Institute of Certified Public Accountants; Public Finance Activities Database: Business Source Premier Add to folder HTML Full TextPDF Full Text(107KB)

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    Family Limited Partnership Update and Planning Thoughts.Full Text Available Subjects: LIMITED partnership; FAMILY-owned business enterprises; ESTATE planning; TAX planning; INHERITANCE & transfer tax; GIFTS -- Taxation; UNITED States; LAW & legislation Database: Business Source Premier Add to folder PDF Full Text(343KB)

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    How does entrepreneurial activity affect the supply of informal investors?Full Text Available

    Subjects: ENTREPRENEURSHIP; CAPITALISTS & financiers; INVESTMENTS; VENTURE capital; ANGELS (Investors); Miscellaneous Financial Investment Activities; Investment Advice Database: Business Source Premier PDF Full Text(364KB)

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    How ya gonna keep 'em down on the farm?Full Text Available Subjects: CLOVIS (Calif.); CALIFORNIA; NEIL N. Koenig PhD Inc.; AMERICAN Bankers Association; PEACE; KOENIG, Neil Database: Business Source Premier Add to folder HTML Full TextPDF Full Text(1.3MB)

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    DETERMINANTS OF FAMILY BUSINESS RESILIENCE AFTER A NATURAL DISASTER BY

    GENDER OFBUSINESS OWNER.Full Text Available

    Subjects: FAMILY-owned business enterprises; BUSINESSPEOPLE; NATURAL disasters; WOMEN-owned business enterprises; Emergency and Other Relief Services; Other Justice, Public Order, and Safety Activities; DISASTER relief Database: Business Source Premier o PDF Full Text(238KB)

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    WOMEN, GLASS CEILING, AND PROFESSIONALIZATION IN FAMILY SMEs:: A MISSED LINK.Full Text Available

    Subjects: FAMILY-owned business enterprises; PROFESSIONALIZATION; ORGANIZATIONAL structure; ORGANIZATIONAL behavior; PROBLEM solving Database: Business Source Premier PDF Full Text(256KB)

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    Design and Use of Preference Markets for Evaluation of Early Stage Technologies.Full Text Available

    Subjects: MARKETS; TECHNOLOGY; FIELD study; MONEY; INCENTIVES in industry; MARKET prices; EVALUATION Database: Business Source Premier o Show all 11 images PDF Full Text(449KB)

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    An Overview of the Family Investment Enterprise: What Is the FIE, Why Use the FIE, and

    How Is the FIE Created and Implemented for a Family Considering Its Use?Full Text Available

    Subjects: FAMILY-owned business enterprises; SALE of business enterprises; FINANCIAL planning; LIQUID assets; INVESTMENTS; Miscellaneous Financial Investment Activities; Investment Advice Database: Business Source Premier Add to folder PDF Full Text(8.2MB)

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    Entrepreneurship in Slovenia.Full Text Available

    Subjects: ENTREPRENEURSHIP; FAMILY-owned business enterprises; ECONOMIC development; EXPORTS; SLOVENIA; SLOVENIA -- Economic conditions; HANDICRAFT -- Economic aspects Database: Business Source Premier Add to folder PDF Full Text(1.1MB)

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    'Family money' and 'business money': bankrupt entrepreneurs in a 'question situation'.Full Text Available

    Subjects: BANKRUPTCY; BUSINESSPEOPLE; MONEY; HONESTY; SOCIAL systems Database: Business Source Premier Add to folder Cited References: (33) PDF Full Text(104KB)

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    The Importance of Family Enterprises in Transition Economies.Full Text Available Subjects: FAMILY-owned business enterprises; INDUSTRIALIZATION; TRANSITION economies; VOLATILITY (Finance); INDUSTRIAL management; BUSINESS enterprises; SLOVENIA; Administration of General Economic Programs; ECONOMIC aspects Database: Business Source Premier PDF Full Text(274KB)

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    Embeddedness Perspectives of Economic Action Within Family Firms.Full Text Available Subjects: FAMILY-owned business enterprises; ENTREPRENEURSHIP; INDUSTRIAL management; BUSINESS planning; SOCIAL structure; BUSINESS ethics; CORPORATE governance; ECONOMIC activity; FAMILY relations Database: Business Source Premier

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    Agency vs. Stewardship in Public Family Firms: A Social Embeddedness Reconciliation.Full Text Available

    Subjects: FAMILY-owned business enterprises; AGENCY theory; ENTREPRENEURSHIP; INDUSTRIAL management; ORGANIZATIONAL sociology; BUSINESS planning; CORPORATE governance; EXECUTIVE ability (Management); BUSINESS ethics Database: Business Source Premier o PDF Full Text(192KB)

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    Goal Tolerance, Outside Investors, and Family Firm Governance.Full Text Available Subjects: FAMILY-owned business enterprises; ORGANIZATIONAL sociology; CAPITALISTS & financiers; STAKEHOLDERS; ENTREPRENEURSHIP; INDUSTRIAL management; BUSINESS planning; INVESTMENTS -- Management; CORPORATE governance Database: Business Source Premier Add to folder Cited References: (9) Times Cited in this Database: (1) PDF Full Text(90KB)

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    Becoming the Boss: Discretion and Postsuccession Success in Family Firms.Full Text Available

    Subjects: FAMILY-owned business enterprises; EXECUTIVE succession; ENTREPRENEURSHIP; COMMUNICATION in management; INDUSTRIAL management; BUSINESS planning; SUCCESSION; LONGEVITY; INTERGENERATIONAL relations; CONDUCT of life Database: Business Source Premier

    o PDF Full Text(162KB)

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    Informal Family Business in Africa.Full Text Available

    Subjects: FAMILY-owned business enterprises; ENTREPRENEURSHIP; CORPORATIONS -- Growth; EMERGING markets; BUSINESSMEN; INDUSTRIAL management; AFRICA, East; GROUNDED theory; FAMILY relations Database: Business Source Premier PDF Full Text(144KB)

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    East Africa: Extended Families With Many Rights.Full Text Available

    Subjects: FAMILY-owned business enterprises; ENTREPRENEURSHIP; INHERITANCE & succession; INDUSTRIAL management; BUSINESS law; BUSINESS planning; AFRICA, East; SEX discrimination; CROSS-cultural differences Database: Business Source Premier Add to folder Cited References: (16) Times Cited in this Database: (1) PDF Full Text(78KB)

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    Family Business, Identity Conflict, and an Expedited Entrepreneurial Process: A Process of

    Resolving Identity Conflict.Full Text Available

    Subjects: ENTREPRENEURSHIP; FAMILY-owned business enterprises; CORPORATE image; CONFLICT management; BUSINESS ethics; WORK environment; INDUSTRIAL management; GROUP identity; ROLE conflict Database: Business Source Premier o PDF Full Text(201KB)

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    Family-Business Meta-Identity, Institutional Pressures, and Ability to Respond to

    Entrepreneurial Opportunities.Full Text Available

    Subjects: ENTREPRENEURSHIP; FAMILY-owned business enterprises; CONFLICT management; PROFESSIONAL identity; BUSINESS planning; BUSINESS ethics; WORK environment; INSTITUTIONAL isomorphism; ROLE conflict Database: Business Source Premier Add to folder Cited References: (19) PDF Full Text(77KB)

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    Global lobbies for a global economy: The creation of the Spanish Institute of Family Firms in international perspective.Full Text Available

    Subjects: FAMILY-owned business enterprises; LOBBYING; GLOBALIZATION; BUSINESS & politics; INTERNATIONAL trade; BUSINESS enterprises; SPAIN; International Trade Financing; Public Relations Agencies Database: Business Source Premier PDF Full Text(185KB)

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    Excess Control Rights and Debt Maturity Structure in Family-Controlled Firms.Full Text Available

    Subjects: MINORITY stockholders; CASH flow; CASH management; CORPORATE governance; FAMILY-owned business enterprises Database: Business Source Premier PDF Full Text(271KB)

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TAX PRACTICE CORNER.Full Text Available

    Subjects: INHERITANCE & transfer tax; FAMILY-owned business enterprises; GIFTS -- Taxation; ESTATE planning; TAX planning; Investment Advice; Trusts, Estates, and Agency Accounts Database: Business Source Premier Add to folder

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    SMALL FAMILY BUSINESS SURVIVAL:: STRATEGIES FOR COPING WITH OVERLAPPING FAMILY ANDBUSINESS DEMANDS.Full Text Available

    Subjects: FAMILY-owned business enterprises; EXECUTIVES; WORK & family; INDUSTRIAL surveys; SMALL business

    Database: Business Source Premier

    PDF Full Text(256KB)

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    FINANCIAL INTERMINGLING IN KOREAN-AMERICAN AND MEXICAN-AMERICAN SMALL BUSINESSES.Full Text Available

    Subjects: MEXICAN American business enterprises; SMALL business; UNITED States; KOREAN American business

    enterprises; ETHNIC groups

    Database: Business Source Premier

    PDF Full Text(152KB)

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    INNOVATION AND STRATEGIC TYPES OF FAMILY SMEs:: A TEST AND EXTENSION OF MILES AND SNOW'S CONFIGURATIONAL MODEL.Full Text Available

    Subjects: FAMILY-owned business enterprises; TECHNOLOGICAL innovations; SOCIOECONOMIC factors; ITALY; NONLINEAR models (Statistics)

    Database: Business Source Premier

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    PDF Full Text(311KB)

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    THE ROLE OF FAMILY START UPS IN THE EMERGENCE OF A SMALL BUSINESS SECTOR IN BULGARIA.Full Text Available

    Subjects: PRIVATE sector; TRANSITION economies; SMALL business; BULGARIA; EUROPEAN Union; FAMILY relations

    Database: Business Source Premier

    PDF Full Text(264KB)

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    Firm Founders, Boards, and Misleading Disclosures: An Examination of Relative Power and

    Control.Full Text Available

    Subjects: INDUSTRIAL management; FAMILY-owned business enterprises; CHIEF executive officers; BUSINESS enterprises -- Finance; STOCKHOLDERS; UNITED States

    Database: Business Source Premier

    Add to folder Cited References: (56)

    PDF Full Text(535KB)

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    An investigation of the determinants of estate and retirement planning in

    intergenerational familybusinesses.Full Text Available

Subjects: ESTATE planning; RETIREMENT -- Planning; FAMILY-owned business enterprises; SMALL business; INHERITANCE & transfer tax; BUSINESS enterprises; Investment Advice; Trusts, Estates, and Agency Accounts; INTERGENERATIONAL relations

    Database: Business Source Premier

    PDF Full Text(99KB)

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    Founder- and Heir-Controlled Firms: Is There a Connection Between Transparency and

    Performance?Full Text Available

    Subjects: TRANSPARENCY in organizations; FAMILY-owned business enterprises; PUBLIC companies; STOCK exchanges;

    STOCK price forecasting; ECONOMIC impact; Securities and Commodity Exchanges

    Database: Business Source Premier

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    Toward an understanding of thrift store donors.Full Text Available

    Subjects: THRIFT shops; CHARITIES; CHARITABLE uses, trusts, & foundations (Law); SERVICE industries; TRUSTS & trustees; Other Social Advocacy Organizations; Other Grantmaking and Giving Services; Grantmaking Foundations; Service Establishment Equipment and Supplies Merchant Wholesalers; Other Commercial and Service Industry Machinery Manufacturing; Used Merchandise Stores; Trust, Fiduciary, and Custody Activities; Trusts, Estates, and Agency Accounts;

    Other Activities Related to Real Estate

    Database: Business Source Premier

    Add to folder Cited References: (29)

    PDF Full Text(1.2MB)

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    Board Structure and Firm Performance: Evidence from India's Top Companies.Full Text Available

    Subjects: PERFORMANCE standards; CORPORATIONS -- Growth; FINANCIAL performance; INDUSTRIAL management;

    ORGANIZATIONAL sociology -- Research; INDIA

    Database: Business Source Premier

    PDF Full Text(175KB)

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    Start-Up Capital and Chinese Entrepreneurs: The Role of Family.Full Text Available Subjects: START-up costs; FAMILY-owned business enterprises; CAPITAL structure; NEW business enterprises; MANAGEMENT; ENTREPRENEURSHIP; TRANSACTION costs; EAST Asia Database: Business Source Premier

    PDF Full Text(154KB)

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    The Art of Resilient Capital Planning for Executive Compensation, Estate Planning, and

    Philanthropy.Full Text Available

    Subjects: BUSINESS enterprises; SUCCESSION planning; BUSINESS planning; EXECUTIVES -- Salaries, etc.; ESTATE planning; STAKEHOLDERS; STRATEGIC planning; FAMILY-owned business enterprises; Investment Advice; Trusts, Estates, and Agency Accounts

    Database: Business Source Premier

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    Guiding Family Businesses Through the Succession Process.Full Text Available

Subjects: FAMILY-owned business enterprises; ACCOUNTANTS; SUCCESSION planning; BUSINESS planning; LEADERSHIP;

    Offices of Certified Public Accountants; SUCCESSION

    Database: Business Source Premier

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    Logging firm succession and retention.Full Text Available

    Subjects: INDUSTRIAL surveys; FOREST products industry; BUSINESS conditions; BUSINESS enterprises; UNITED States; Sawmills; Forest Nurseries and Gathering of Forest Products; All Other Miscellaneous Wood Product Manufacturing;

    Logging; LOGGING

    Database: Business Source Premier

    Add to folder Cited References: (12) Times Cited in this Database: (1)

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    INHERITED SKILLS AND TECHNOLOGY:: INDIAN ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT.Full Text Available

    Subjects: ENTREPRENEURSHIP; NEW business enterprises; CAREER development; FAMILY-owned business enterprises;

    INDIA; Professional and Management Development Training; Vocational Rehabilitation Services; BUSINESS skills

    Database: Business Source Premier

    PDF Full Text(112KB)

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    GENERATIONAL SUCCESSION:: EXAMPLES FROM TUNISIAN FAMILY FIRMS.Full Text Available

    Subjects: FAMILY-owned business enterprises; BUSINESS enterprises; DEVELOPING countries; DEVELOPED countries; TUNISIA

    Database: Business Source Premier

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    Sudden Deaths: Taking Stock of Geographic Ties.Full Text Available

    Subjects: VALUATION; CORPORATIONS -- Growth; FAMILY-owned business enterprises; BUSINESS & politics; All Other

    Professional, Scientific, and Technical Services; POLITICIANS; SUDDEN death Database: Business Source Premier

    Add to folder Cited References: (39) Times Cited in this Database: (1)

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    Lessons from Columbine.Full Text Available

    Subjects: INTERPERSONAL relations; BUSINESS enterprises; ECONOMIC activity; BUSINESS conditions; BUSINESS cycles; FINANCIAL crises; UNITED States; Other Individual and Family Services; COUNSELING; ECONOMIC aspects; PULLEN,

    Courtney

    Database: Business Source Premier

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    Roman, Inc.: From Liquidation Planning to Turnaround of the Year.Full Text Available

    Subjects: CORPORATE turnarounds; FAMILY-owned business enterprises; LIQUIDATION; COMPETITION; ROMAN Inc.; MORRISANDERSON (Company); JEDLINSKI, Ron

Database: Business Source Premier

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    Investors, Turnaround Professionals, and Fraud: "First Do No Harm.".Full Text Available Subjects: FRAUD; FINANCIAL performance; GROWTH industries; CAPITALISTS & financiers; AUDITING, Internal;

    FAMILY-owned business enterprises; SMALL business Database: Business Source Premier

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    A silent revolution: The internationalisation of large Spanish family firms.Full Text Available Subjects: FAMILY-owned business enterprises; GLOBALIZATION; INTERNATIONAL economic integration; NEW business

    enterprises; INTERNATIONAL business enterprises; CORPORATE culture; ECONOMIC development; SPAIN; HISTORY

    Database: Business Source Premier

    PDF Full Text(168KB)

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    Priorities, Resource Stocks, and Performance in Family and Nonfamily Firms.Full Text Available

    Subjects: FAMILY-owned business enterprises; RESOURCE-based theory of the firm; REGRESSION analysis; SMALL business; RESEARCH; STOCKS; UNITED States

    Database: Business Source Premier

    PDF Full Text(243KB)

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    Successfully Transferring the Family Business: A New Methodology.Full Text Available Subjects: FAMILY-owned business enterprises; BUSINESS enterprises; FAMILY corporations; LEADERSHIP; INDUSTRIAL

    management; SUCCESSION planning

    Database: Business Source Premier

    Add to folder Cited References: (7)

    PDF Full Text(792KB)

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    Vietnamese values, networks and family businesses in London.Full Text Available Subjects: COMPETITIVE advantage; FAMILY-owned business enterprises; CHINA; LONDON (England); ENGLAND;

    VIETNAMESE; IMMIGRANTS; CHINESE -- Foreign countries Database: Business Source Premier

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    Firm Performance and Managerial Succession in Family Managed Firms.Full Text Available Subjects: FAMILY-owned business enterprises; MANAGEMENT; SUCCESSION planning; CHIEF executive officers; BOARDS

    of directors; CORPORATE governance; STOCKS -- Prices Database: Business Source Premier

    PDF Full Text(568KB)

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    Gender, Valuation of Private Companies, and State Specific Variables in the Division of

    Marital Assets.Full Text Available

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