Despite tending to generate less than average returns on investment, almost a third of family farm businesses in the UK have operated in the same area for more than 100 years.
Family Social Capital, Trust within the TMT, and the Establishment of Corporate Goals Related to Nonfamily Stakeholders
The authors conducted a study to analyze how structural and cognitive family social capital influences the establishment of corporate goals related to nonfamily stakeholders (EGNFS) in family firms.
In this paper, the authors shed light on the likelihood that being employed in a family business is conducive to employees’ innovative work involvement.
The Effect of Organizational Characteristics on the Appointment of Non-Family Managers in Private Family Firms: The moderating role of socioemotional wealth
Research Applied précis prepared by John L. Ward, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University When and why do family firms hire, or not hire, non-family executives?
Another contribution from the FFI Fellows, this article by Andrew Hier identifies concrete variables that most impact the functionality of a family enterprise or any sub-part to a family enterprise.