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Parental perceptions of children's financial socialization
Twenty-seven financial items were included in a questionnaire and 182 parents responded to the age they felt is most appropriate to share that family financial information or be involved in theExpand
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The impact of the family and the business on family business sustainability
Identifies strategies that would help familiesincrease both business and family success. Data from the 1997 National FamilyBusiness Survey were used to gather a nationally representative sampleExpand
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Family Financial Socialization: Theory and Critical Review
Financial literacy research of the past 40 years (1970–2010) has largely ignored the reasons for sociodemographic differences in financial outcomes. The primary purpose of this paper is to initiate aExpand
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Family Capital of Family Firms
The purpose was to present a family capital typology based on Sustainable Family Business Theory II and to document its relative contribution to short-term firm achievements and long-termExpand
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Entrepreneurs have been traditionally epitomized as rugged individuals garnering creative forces of innovation and technology. Applying this traditional, limited, and narrow view of entrepreneurshipExpand
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Teen Financial Knowledge, Self-Efficacy, and Behavior: A Gendered View
A social constructionist perspective was taken in the current investigation of 5,329 male and female high school students. Gender differences were investigated in financial knowledge, self-efficacy,Expand
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Money Management Knowledge of College Students
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Socially Responsible Processes of Small Family Business Owners: Exploratory Evidence from the National Family Business Survey
The purpose of this exploratory study is to ascertain the impact of family, business, and community factors on the socially responsible processes of small family businesses, and investigate theExpand
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Women's Role Involvement in Family Businesses, Business Tensions, and Business Success
This paper is based on a study of 391 family-business-owning couples where the husband is the business owner. The purpose of the study was to examine the work involvement of the wife in the business,Expand
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Revisiting the Study of Family Businesses: Methodological Challenges, Dilemmas, and Alternative Approaches
Family businesses are vital but understudied economic and social units. Previous family business research is limited relative to its definitions, sampling, and resulting empirical evidence. ThisExpand
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