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  author={James J. Chrisman and Jess H. Chua},
James J. Chrisman Department of Management and Information Systems College of Business and Industry Mississippi State University Mississippi State, MS 39762 -9581 Tel. (662) 325 -1991 Fax (662) 325 -8651 jchrisman@cobilan.msstate.edu and Centre for Family Business Management and Entrepreneurship Haskayne School of Business University of Calgary Jess H. Chua Haskayne School of Business Universi ty of Calgary 2500 University Drive, NW Calgary, AB, CANADA T2N 1N4 Tel. (403) 220 -6331 Fax (403) 282… 

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