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    • Dilemma in the Family-Owned Businesses: Business Commitment vs. Family Commitment. Is Success Changing The Balance? 

      Pistrui, David; Stoica, Michael (Washburn University. School of Business, 2005-10-1)
      The paper examines the commitment relationship that exists between family and the business they own. The study builds on the previous work done on family attitudes and family involvement and identifies two types of family ...
    • Intangible Resources and Growth Intent: Are Family Businesses Performing Better? 

      Boncella, Robert J.; Price, David; Stoica, Michael (Washburn University. School of Business, 2012-02-1)
      Drawing upon the theoretical framework of the Resource-Based View (RBV) of the firm, this study seeks to examine the relationship between two dimensions of intangible resources in family versus non -family businesses. The ...
    • The Rites of Family Business Succession 

      Garrett, Robert; Clevenger, Thomas (Washburn University. School of Business, 2003-12-1)
      Most family businesses fail to survive the second generation. It is estimated that only 30 percent of family owned businesses survive the transition. Only 13 percent of businesses survive through the third generation. ...