Family Business and Social Capital
DescripciónThe chapters in this cutting edge book comprise scholarly work on social capital in family business along with chapters written by family business owners and advisors.
As the research in family business evolves, scholars are exploring the issues that are unique to the field. From the start, research has been closely tied to the real world issues faced by business families. The genesis for this book is a conference on family business and social capital in which a wide variety of issues were presented and discussed. Participants included academics, family business owners and business advisors. Topics covered in the book include social capital as it relates to governance, trust, family and business identity, communication, family councils, work-family balance, and the use of advisors and continuing education to build social capital.
Novel in its approach of integrating the voices of scholars, business families, and advisors, this book is an invaluable tool not only for business research and classroom use, but also for business families and their advisors.
Contributors: C.J. Bruess, J.C. Carr, M.A.T. Cronin, S.M. Danes, K. Eddleston, K.E. Goodpaster, K. Hayes, T. Hubler, T. McEnaney, W. Monson, A.W. Pearson, A. Pritchard, T.J. Rothausen, S. Shepard, T.S. Smith, R.L. Sorenson, K. Stafford
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