With or without emotions: how does history matter for family business survival?

Entreprises et Histoire, 2018/2 (n° 91), pages 138 à 145

Author(s):

Nava Michael-Tsabari

Raya Strauss Center for Family Business Research, School of Management, Université de Tel Aviv

Stephen Mihm

University of Georgia

John Seaman

Saybrook Partners

Emmanuel Viellard

Groupe LISI

Rania Labaki

EDHEC Business School & EDHEC Family Business Centre

Entreprises et Histoire, 2018/2 (n° 91), pages 138 à 145

Type: Academic publication
Date: le 18/10/2018
Research Cluster : Family Business Centre
Source : Entreprises et Histoire

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