This issue is the last in the 2014 series of executives summaries and suggestions for practitioners on articles from the Family Business Review.
Executive Summary prepared by Andrew Hier, senior partner, Cambridge Advisors to Family Enterprise, FFI Fellow. How does family involvement affect dividend policy in closely-held firms?
Summary 2: Financial Decision Making in Family Firms: An adaptation of the theory of planned behaviour
The following situation will be familiar to many practitioners who work with enterprising families; in fact it might have frustrated them on occasion.
Grounded in the context of the emerging economies, this paper seeks to examine the professionalization of family firms and the related performance impact during the post-IPO (Initial Public Offering) stage.
Executive Summary prepared by Karen Vinton, Professor Emeritus, Montana State University Two firms have just successfully completed an IPO. What post-IPO investment policy will the firms implement? How much cash will the firm keep?
Following on ten other articles on philanthropy this year, The Practitioner is pleased to present “Celebrating and Inspiring Philanthropy around the World” by Lenka Setkova.