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Family firms and the contingent value of board interlocks: The Spanish case

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The chapter presents an exploratory study of board interlocks in family businesses. The authors conclude that board interlocks are less common in family businesses than in non-family firms, except in the case of family firms that have included non-family members in their boards of directors. The authors analyze the role of board interlocks in family businesses and how they relate to the performance and importance of family firms in Spain.
Cita bibliográfica: Salvaj, Erica H.; Ferraro, Fabrizio; Tàpies, Josep, "Family firms and the contingent value of board interlocks: The Spanish case". In: Josep Tàpies y John L. Ward. Family values and value creation. The fostering of enduring values within family-owned businesses. Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire: Palgrave Macmillan, 2008. pp 236 - 259
Fecha: 06/2008
Autor / es: Salvaj, Erica H.; Ferraro, Fabrizio; Tàpies, Josep
Tipo de documento: Capítulo en libro
Idiomas: Inglés
Área geográfica: España