Issue

fall 2015

Volume 58
Issue 1

Special Section on Family Firms

Family-Driven Innovation: Resolving the Paradox in Family Firms
by Alfredo De Massis, Alberto Di Minin, and Federico Frattini

Resources and Innovation in Family Businesses: The Janus-Face of Socioemotional Preferences
by Danny Miller, Mike Wright, Isabelle Le Breton-Miller, and Louise Scholes

Managing Turbulence: Business Model Development in a Family-Owned Airline
by Marcel Bogers, Britta Boyd, and Svend Hollensen

Family Assets and Liabilities in the Innovation Process
by Morten Bennedsen and Nicolai Foss

Family Assets and Liabilities in the Innovation Process
by Daniel T. Holt and Joshua J. Daspit

Management Strategy

The Three Faces of Bounded Reliability: Alfred Chandler and the Micro-Foundations of Management Theory
by KLiena Kano and Alain Verbeke

Business and Society

Fair Trade USA: Scaling for Impact
Jennifer Walske and Laura D'Andrea Tyson


Core Concepts

Family-Driven Innovation
This animated introduction to the special section on family firms defines a new concept called "Family-Driven Innovation" (FDI). FDI is an integrated perspective on the processes underlying innovation within family businesses.

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