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The Bind that Ties: Socioemotional Wealth Preservation in Family Firms
A growing body of research shows that family firms are different from other organizations in significant ways. In this paper we review this literature by examining how family firms differ from
Managing in Latin America: Common Issues and a Research Agenda
Executive Overview Latin America is a paradoxical region. It has unique conditions that make it one of the most attractive contexts worldwide for doing business, but it also faces serious challenges
Shades of Grey: How do Informal Firms Navigate Between Macro and Meso Institutional Environments?
Our qualitative research shows that when making decisions about informality, entrepreneurs in emerging economies purposefully navigate between the enabling and constraining rules of the macro
Entrepreneurial Orientation, Legitimation, and New Venture Performance
Research summary We integrate research on entrepreneurial orientation and new venture legitimacy. To create value from an entrepreneurial orientation, firms need to possess necessary resources and
Foreign Acquisitions in Central and Eastern Europe: Outcomes of Privatization in Transitional Economies
This study of entry into Central and Eastern Europe via acquisition of privatized firms combines a traditional merger approach with consideration of host governments as critical stakeholders and th...
Privatization from the Acquirer's Perspective: a Mergers and Acquisitions Based Framework
Privatization, especially in developing countries, presents international firms with opportunities for market entry and growth, but acquirers have to consider the distinct characteristics of a state
Learning by Hiring: The Effects of Scientists' Inbound Mobility on Research Performance in Academia
The arrival of new scientific personnel is likely to exert stronger positive effects on the performance of incumbent scientists with shorter (cf. longer) organizational tenure; in addition, academic departments with less diversified expertise and with higher levels of internal collaborations likely reap greater benefits from learning by hiring.