Understanding the transgenerational orientation of family businesses: the role of family governance and business family identity

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Süss-Reyes, Julia;

The development of a transgenerational orientation is one of the most significant challenges that family businesses face and only a small number actually survive across generations. While prior research has focused on the business unit to provide us with a soli... View more
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