Growing Up in a Business Family –\ud An Analytic Autoethnography of ‘Subtle Coerced Succession’

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Fürst, Helen;
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Family businesses are the backbone of the German economy (Otten-Pappas, 2015). The\ud word ‘family’ makes these companies distinct and indicates their influence on other parts\ud of life. My interest stems from the fact that I was the only child of a business family. Fo... View more
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