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Corporations, businesses, and families

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Published by Haworth Press in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Work and family -- United States,
    • Corporate culture -- United States,
    • Family corporations -- United States

    • Edition Notes

      StatementRoma S. Hanks, Marvin B. Sussman, editors.
      ContributionsHanks, Roma S., Sussman, Marvin B.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD4904.25 .C67 1990
      The Physical Object
      Pagination244 p. ;
      Number of Pages244
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1883706M
      ISBN 100866568638
      LC Control Number90044563
      OCLC/WorldCa22209427

      Conceptual overview. Family business is the oldest and most common model of economic organization. The vast majority of businesses throughout the world—from corner shops to multinational publicly listed organizations with hundreds of thousands of employees—can be considered family businesses. Based on research of the Forbes richest Americans, 44% of the Forbes member fortunes were. in Family Businesses and Business Families Lloyd P. Steier James J. Chrisman Jess H. Chua We use the articles and commentaries in this special issue to reinvigorate the theme of family business governance and extend its scope beyond the single business, single-family approach that has traditionally dominated the family business literature.

      Family businesses may include numerous combinations of family members in various business roles, including husbands and wives, parents and children, extended families, and multiple generations.   As the medium-sized family farms retreated, the businesses they helped support disappeared. Local seed and equipment suppliers shut up shop because corporations went straight to .

      Indicative of how many family businesses are dominated by males, there were only seven women on the list – but three of them helped to make up the top ten. There were a striking number of family business leaders in the retail/supermarket sector, indicating how this part of the corporate world is still extremely popular with family businesses. Numerous studies in the last few years indicate that family enterprises are, overall, more successful than their non-family counterparts. A Boston Consulting Group study of large, publicly-traded, family-controlled firms, for instance, revealed that their long-term financial performance was higher across the board. Similarly, research by Credit Suisse looking at data of.


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From mom-and-pop stores to Fortune corporations, the family business as an institution is widespread and enduring―yet only 30 percent of family enterprises successfully transition to the next generation. In this accessible and deeply informed new book, family enterprise expert Emily Griffiths-Hamilton (author of Build Your Family Bank: A.

Where does family end and corporation begin: the consequences of rapid transformation / Roma S. Hanks, Marvin B. Sussman --Organization family: a question of work and family boundaries / Dennis K. Orthner, Gary L. Bowmen, Varga G. Beare --Labor unions, corporations, and families: institutional competition in the provision of social welfare.

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