Entrepreneurial families in business across generations, contexts and cultures

Albert James, Elias Hadjielias, Maribel Guerrero, Allan Discua Cruz, Rodrigo Basco

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Abstract

Purpose
This article is the editorial for the special issue on “Entrepreneurial Families in Business Across Generations, Contexts and Cultures”. We aim to develop a road map that can help academics and practitioners navigate the findings of the articles contained in this special issue. We also suggest future lines of research around the topic of entrepreneurial families in business.

Design/methodology/approach
We develop a conceptual model for interpreting and understanding entrepreneurial families in business across contexts and time.

Findings
Our conceptual model highlights the importance of context and time when conducting research on entrepreneurial families in business.

Practical implications
The findings in this special issue will be of relevance for decision makers who tailor policies that embrace different economic and social actors, including entrepreneurial families.

Originality/value
This editorial and the articles that make up this special issue contribute to family business research by contextualising the phenomenon of entrepreneurial families in business. We propose a new holistic perspective to incorporate context and time in the study of entrepreneurial families that own, govern and manage family firms over time.
Original languageEnglish
JournalJournal of Family Business Management
Early online date31 Jul 2020
DOIs
Publication statusE-pub ahead of print - 31 Jul 2020

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