Entrepreneurship in Family Business: Cases from China by Henry X Shi

By Henry X Shi

This ebook offers a good research of ways a kin enterprise isn't like other kinds of association and particularly its peculiarities relating to entrepreneurship. concentrating on small and medium-sized second-generation chinese language family members companies this booklet presents an in-depth research at the courting among the corporations’ relatives attributes – or “familiness” as conceptualized during this publication – and entrepreneurial procedures, which results in diversified results. 8 circumstances from China are offered during this publication and a dual-level strategy is proposed for study on entrepreneurship in relations companies, emphasising either company techniques and the position of person owner-managers. Readers also will locate a number of precious coverage and practice-oriented views during this book.

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