Subject: family businesses; family relations; decision making; family members; non-family members | family members | family businesses | decision making | HB71-74 | Economics as a science | family relations | non-family members | M12
The peculiarity and uniqueness of family businesses set them apart from other businesses in many things. Natural need of man to survive in these harsh circumstances forces him to constantly seek new sources of funding or simply tries to improve the existing. Secure exis... View more
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