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New & Forthcoming Titles | Palgrave Studies in Family Business Heterogeneity

Palgrave Studies in Family Business Heterogeneity

Palgrave Studies in Family Business Heterogeneity

Series Editors: Memili, Esra, Chang, Erick P.C.

ISSN: 2662-6055

Contemporary family business research has been moving from highlighting the differences between family and non-family firms to the differences among family firms owing to the financial and non-financial dynamics that influences the strategic decisions and family firm actions. While a prominent stream of research draws attention to financial and non-financial goals (such as socioemotional wealth preservation) and other factors, we still do not know enough about such idiosyncrasies. This series will take a closer look at both financial and non-financial family firm idiosyncrasies across the globe and consider the ecosystem (i.e., regulatory framework, values, culture, access to finance, markets, R&D, and technology), and other national and economic conditions that allow the operations and presence of family firms.

Editors
Esra Memili, UNC Greensboro
Erick P.C. Chang, Arkansas State

Editorial Board
Ernesto J. Poza, Arizona State University
Carol B. Wittmeyer, St. Bonaventure University 
Jim Cater, University of Texas at Tyler