Given the many faculty members working as part of CeFEO and the heterogeneity of their research interests, it is no surprise that different research projects, leading to different publications, have been developed over time.
Below you can find links to scientific publications authored by CeFEO members. These reflect the breadth of the research at CeFEO while offering important scientific results in the areas of family business and/or ownership.
Selected publications (from 2018)
In bold are indicated JIBS faculty members affiliated with CeFEO:
- Banerjee, A., Nordqvist, M., Hellerstedt, K. (in press). The role of the board chair—A literature review and suggestions for future research. Corporate Governance: An International Review.
- Chirico, F., Welsh, D., Ireland, R., Sieger, P. (in press). Family versus non-family firm franchisors: Behavioral and performance differences. Journal of Management Studies.
- Eze, N., Nordqvist, M., Samara, G., Parada, M. (in press). Different Strokes for Different Folks: The Roles of Religion and Tradition for Transgenerational Entrepreneurship in Family Businesses. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice.
- Gillmore, E., Andersson, U., Ekman, P. (in press). The enduring effects of relational attributes on subsidiary evolution after mandate loss. Global Strategy Journal.
- Hashim, S., Naldi, L., Markowska, M. (in press). “The royal award goes to…”: Legitimacy processes for female-led family ventures. The Journal of Family Business Strategy.
- Malki, B., Uman, T., Pittino, D. (in press). The entrepreneurial financing of the immigrant entrepreneurs: a literature review. Small Business Economics.
- Naldi, L., Baù, M., Ahl, H., Markowska, M. (in press). Gender (in)equality within the household and business start-up among mothers. Small Business Economics.
- Patel, P., Lenka, S., Parida, V. (in press). Caste-Based Discrimination, Microfinance Credit Scores, and Microfinance Loan Approvals Among Females in India. Business & Society.
- Ramirez-Pasillas, M., Lundberg, H., Nordqvist, M. (in press). Next generation external venturing practices in family owned businesses. Journal of Management Studies.
- Astrachan J., Binz-Astrachan C., Campopiano G., Baù, M. (2020). Values, Spirituality and Religion: Family Business and the Roots of Sustainable Ethical Behavior. Journal of Business Ethics, 163, 637–645.
- Barbera, F., Shi, H. X., Agarwal, A., & Edwards, M. (2020). The Family That Prays Together Stays Together: Toward a Process Model of Religious Value Transmission in Family Firms. Journal of Business Ethics, 163, 661–673.
- Chirico, F., Criaco, G., Baù, M., Naldi, L., Gomez-Mejia, L., Kotlar, J. (2020). To patent or not to patent: That is the question. Intellectual property protection in family firms. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice 44(2), 339-367.
- Chirico, F., Gómez-Mejia, L., Hellerstedt, K., Withers, M., Nordqvist, M. (2020). To merge, sell or liquidate? Socioemotional wealth, family control, and the choice of business exit. Journal of Management 46(8), 1342-1379.
- Lauto, G., Pittino, D., Visintin, F. (2020). Satisfaction of entrepreneurs: A comparison between founders and family business successors. Journal of Small Business Management 58(3), 474-510.
- Markowska, M., Wiklund, J. (2020). Entrepreneurial learning under uncertainty: exploring the role of self-efficacy and perceived complexity. Entrepreneurship and Regional Development 32(7-8), 606-628.
- Muñoz-Bullón, F., Sanchez-Bueno, M., Nordqvist, M. (2020). Growth intentions in family-based new venture teams: The role of the nascent entrepreneur’s R&D behavior. Management Decision 58(6), 1190-1209.
- Naldi, L., Criaco, G., Patel, P. (2020). Related and unrelated industry variety and the internationalization of start-ups. Research Policy 49(10).
- Naldi, L., Larsson, J., Westlund, H. (2020). Policy entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial orientation in vulnerable Swedish municipalities. Entrepreneurship and Regional Development 32(7-8), 473-491.
- Netz, J., Svensson, M., Brundin, E. (2020). Business disruptions and affective reactions: A strategy-as-practice perspective on fast strategic decision making. Long range planning 53(5).
- Nordqvist, M., & Gartner, W. B. (2020). Literature, Fiction, and the Family Business. Family Business Review.33(2).
- Pittino, D., Chirico, F., Baù, M., Villasana, M., Naranjo-Priego, E., Barron, E. (2020). Starting a family business as a career option: The role of the family household in Mexico. Journal of Family Business Strategy 11(2).
- Pittino, D., Chirico, F., Henssen, B., Broekaert, W. (2020). Does increased generational involvement foster business growth? The moderating roles of family involvement in ownership and management. European Management Review 17(3), 785-801.
- van Helvert-Beugels, J., Nordqvist, M., Flören, R. (2020). Managing tensions as paradox in CEO succession: The case of nonfamily CEO in a family firm. International Small Business Journal 38(3), 211-242.
- Zawadzki, M., Jałocha, B., Mazurkiewicz, G., Pluszyńska, A., Prawelska-Skrzypek, G. (2020). Unrooting management education and entrepreneurial self from neoliberal demands: An action research approach. Entrepreneurship Education and Pedagogy 3(3), 265-290.
- Balachandran, C., Wennberg, K., Uman, T. (2019). National culture diversity in new venture boards: The role of founders' relational demography. Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal 13(3), 410-434.
- Bauweraerts, J., Sciascia, S., Mazzola, P., Naldi, L. (2019). Family CEO and board service: Turning the tide for export scope in family SMEs. International Business Review 28(5).
- Baù, M., Chirico, F., Pittino, D., Backman, M., Klaesson, J. (2019). Roots to grow: Family firms and local embeddedness in rural and urban contexts. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice 43(2), 360-385.
- Brunninge, O., Hartmann, B. (2019). Inventing a past: Corporate heritage as dialectical relationships of past and present. Marketing Theory 19(2), 229-234
- Dąbrowska, J., Lopez-Vega, H., Ritala, P. (2019). Waking the sleeping beauty: Swarovski’s open innovation journey. R&D Management 49(5), 775-788.
- Evansluong, Q., Ramirez-Pasillas, M. (2019). The role of family social capital in immigrants’ entrepreneurial opportunity creation processes. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business 36(1-2), 164-188.
- Evansluong, Q., Ramirez-Pasillas, M., Nguyen Bergström, H. (2019). From breaking-ice to breaking-out: Integration as an opportunity creation process. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour & Research25(5), 880-899.
- Iyer, D., Baù, M., Chirico, F., Patel, P., Brush, T. (2019). The triggers of local and distant search: Relative magnitude and persistence in explaining acquisition relatedness. Long Range Planning 52(5).
- Markowska, M., Grichnik, D., Brinckmann, J., Kapsa, D. (2019). Strategic orientations of nascent entrepreneurs: antecedents of prediction and risk orientation. Small Business Economics 53(4), 859-878.
- Patel, P. C., Criaco, G., & Naldi, L. (2018). Geographic diversification and the survival of born-globals. Journal of Management, 44(5), 2008-2036.
- Salvato, C., Chirico, F., Melin, L., Seidl, D. (2019). Coupling family business research with organization studies: Interpretations, issues, and insights. Organization Studies 40(6), 775-791.
- Sanchez-Famoso, V., Pittino, D., Chirico, F., Maseda, A., Iturralde, T. (2019). Social capital and innovation in family firms: The moderating roles of family control and generational involvement. Scandinavian Journal of Management 35(3).
- Wielsma, A., Brunninge, O. (2019). “Who am I? Who are we?”: Understanding the impact of family business identity on the development of individual and family identity in business families. Journal of Family Business Strategy 10(1), 38-48.
- Chirico, F., Salvato, C., Byrne, B., Akhter, N., & Arriaga Múzquiz, J. (2018). Commitment escalation to a failing family business. Journal of Small Business Management, 56(3), 494-512.
- Fitz-Koch, S., Nordqvist, M., Carter, S., & Hunter, E. (2018). Entrepreneurship in the agricultural sector: A literature review and future research opportunities. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 42(1), 129-166.
- Pittino, D., Visintin, F., & Lauto, G. (2018). Fly away from the nest? A configurational analysis of family embeddedness and individual attributes in the entrepreneurial entry decision by next-generation members. Family Business Review, 31(3), 271-294.
- Pittino, D., Martínez, A. B., Chirico, F., & Galván, R. S. (2018). Psychological ownership, knowledge sharing and entrepreneurial orientation in family firms: The moderating role of governance heterogeneity. Journal of Business Research, 84, 312-326.
- Waldkirch, M., Nordqvist, M., & Melin, L. (2018). CEO turnover in family firms: How social exchange relationships influence whether a non-family CEO stays or leaves. Human Resource Management Review, 28(1), 56-67.
This list is updated through the Jönköping University Library digital database (DIVA).
Lopez-Vega, H., Tell, F. (2021). Technology strategy and MNE subsidiary upgrading in emerging markets. Technological forecasting & social change
Mutarindwa, S., Schäfer, D., Stephan, A. (2021). Differences in African banking systems: causes and consequences. Journal of Institutional Economics
Symeonidou, N., DeTienne, D., Chirico, F. (2021). How does performance threshold affect family firm exit?. Small Business Economics
Arregle, J., Chirico, F., Kano, L., Kundu, S., Majocchi, A., Schulze, W. (2021). Family firm internationalization: Past research and an agenda for the future. Journal of International Business Studies
Hommel, U., Thouary, C., Kjellander, B. (2021). Ambidexterity strengthens quality management during COVID-19. Global Focus 15(1), 54-57
Lopez-Vega, H. (2021). Transformation of mature industries through digitalization: Implications of novelty and scope for nascent technology niches.
Gillmore, E. (2021). Digital gamification of organizational functions and emergent management practices. In: Management and Information Technology after Digital Transformation Routledge
Lundberg, H., Ramirez-Pasillas, M., Ratten, V. (2021). Social innovation in emerging economies and developing countries. In: Routledge Studies in Innovation, Organizations and Technology Abingdon, UK: Routledge
Banerjee, A. (2021). Defying all odds: Bricolage and women entrepreneurship in rural areas of Bangladesh. In: Routledge Studies in Innovation, Organizations and Technology Abingdon, UK: Routledge
Cyron, T. (2021). How organizations incorporate insights from stakeholder communication: The role of media and modal affordances. (Doctoral thesis, Jönköping: Jönköping University, Jönköping International Business School)
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