By Pramodita Sharma
Interest within the examine of kin enterprise has elevated considerably during the last decade. The study in this topic - and the similar topic of entrepreneurship - has constructed in parallel inside of a few varied disciplines, making it the proper candidate for an annotated bibliography.
This publication goals to catalog the main empirical, theoretical, and useful articles on kin enterprise. integrated for every article indexed are a precis of key findings, and a listing of the methodologies and key conceptual types used. It additionally includes a evaluate of the literature, a dialogue of the way kin companies were outlined, and schedule for destiny learn into either relatives company and entrepreneurship studies.
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Boards of privately held companies: Their responsibility and structure. Family Business Review, 1(3): 263-369. R. (1971). Passing on the mantle. Business Horizons, 14(5): 83-93. Nelton, S. (1986). In love and in business: How entrepreneurial couples are changing the rules of business and marriage. New York: Wiley. L. M. Dolan (1993). Home-based employment: Historical and current considerations. Family Business Review, 6(4): 437-451. J. & M. Winter (1991). Research note: The impact of home-based business on family life.
Troast (1993). Ethnicity, families, and family businesses: Implications for practitioners. Family Business Review, 6(2): 283-300. McWhinney, W. (1984). The use of family systems theory and therapy in working with family-managed businesses. C. Miller, EJ. K. Rice (1988). The family business in contemporary society. Family Business Review, 1(2): 193-210. Mintzberg, H. & lA. Waters (1990). Tracking strategy in an entrepreneurial firm. Family Business Review, 3(3): 285-315. K. (1988). Differential directorship: Special sensitivities and roles for serving the family business board.
Outside review in a wider context: An alternative to the classic board. Family Business Review, 2(2): 125-140. Kahn, lA. A. Henderson (1992). Location preferences of family firms: Strategic decision making or "Home Sweet Home"? Family Business Review, 5(3): 271-282. Kanter, R. (1989). Work and family in US: A critical review and agenda for research and policy. Family Business Review, 2(1): 77-114. Kaye, K. (1991). Penetrating the cycle of sustained conflict. Family Business Review, 4(1): 21-44.