“Shadow emperor” or “loyal paladin”? – The Janus face of previous owner involvement in family firm successions

Journal of Family Business Strategy, December 2017

Author(s):

Jan-Philipp Ahrens

University of Mannheim, School of Business Studies and Economics, Department of Business Studies

Lorraine Uhlaner

EDHEC, Business School, Management and Strategy Department

Michael Woywode

University of Mannheim, School of Business Studies and Economics, Department of Business Studies

Jan Zybura

University of Mannheim, Institute for SME-Research

Journal of Family Business Strategy, December 2017

Type: Academic publication
Date: le 15/12/2017
Research Cluster : Marketing
Source : Journal of Family Business Strategy

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