Blockholder structures and power mechanisms in family firms

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Cacciotti, Gabriella; Ucbasaran, Deniz;
(2018)
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications
  • Subject: HD

We extend the work of Fattoum-Guedri, Guedri, and Delmar (in press) by suggesting that the number of family blockholders moderates the relationship between the distribution of voting power between family and nonfamily blockholders and firm performance. Building on power... View more
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