IFERA 2020 Academic Awards

June 22, 2020

This is not a common year, we all know that. But “not common” should not necessary mean “bad”, at least on things we can control. We could not host our annual conference in Santander, true, but we are a community 365 days a year and there is no excuse for not caring. This is why we decided to try and develop a different kind of experience, something that could reach you as if we were all together at our Annual Gala. We know virtual is no substitute to real human connection, but we hope you could feel how much we wanted to make this moment special for you. Thanks again to all authors, reviewers, presenters and guests who made this event possible and, congratulations to all nominated and winning papers and authors. But, with no further ado… please welcome to the IFERA Family the first virtual Academic Awards! Enjoy the show.   BEST CONFERENCE PAPER AWARD: Nominated Papers: Family wellbeing under business financial constraints. Lucia Naldi, Daniel Pittino, Francesco Chirico, Mattias Nordqvist From Fiber To Sire: Reconciling The Socioemotional Wealth (Sew) And The Family Social Capital (Fsc) Approach. Inés Herrero, Luis Gómez-Mejía Identity Leadership in Family Businesses: A Trickle-Up Model of Non-Family Employees’ Identification. Pauline Boberg, Jana Bovers, Kai Bormanm, Christina Hoon Managing the Effects of Relationship Conflict on the Achievement of Family-Oriented Non-Economic Objectives: The Moderating Role of Family Governance. Chris Graves, Donella Caspersz, and Francesco Barbera Winning paper: Identity Leadership in Family Businesses: A Trickle-Up Model of Non-Family Employees’ Identification. Pauline Boberg, Jana Bovers, Kai Bormanm, Christina Hoon BEST PAPER ON CONFERENCE THEME Nominated papers: Family Portfolio Entrepreneurship and Family Firm Survival: A Rejuvenation Across Generations. Melih Madanoglu, Iñaki Peña-Legazkue, Jesusmari Valdaliso and José L. González-Pernía Lee – -The Effects of Paternalistic Leadership on Non-Family TMT Members’ Turnover Intention: The Mediating Role of Psychological Ownership. Jean Lee and Dongjie Xu The Role of Temporal Orientations and Intergenerational Tensions in Multigenerational Family Firms. Vittoria Magrelli, Emanuela Rondi, Alfredo De Massis, and Josip Kotlar Does Intergenerational Transfer Hinder the Realisation of Innovation Potential? Yong Wang and Ahmad Beltagui Winning paper: Family Portfolio Entrepreneurship and Family Firm Survival: A Rejuvenation Across Generations. Melih Madanoglu, Iñaki Peña-Legazkue, Jesusmari Valdaliso and José L. González-Pernía BEST CONCEPTUAL PAPER Nominated papers: Citizenship Behaviors in Family Enterprises: Understanding its Nature and Dimensionality. Isabel Botero, Neus Feliu Family business stakeholder relationships: understanding the roots of their trust. Marie Deferne, Alexandra Bertschi and Julia De Groote Ruzzene – -Exploring The Potential Of A Causal Mechanistic Approach To Family Business Phenomena: The Case Of Corporate Entrepreneurship. Attilia Ruzzene, Mara Brumana, Tommaso Minola Winning paper: Citizenship Behaviors in Family Enterprises: Understanding its Nature and Dimensionality. Isabel Botero, Neus Feliu BEST PAPER CONTRIBUTION TO PRACTICE Nominated papers: Tough on the Outside, Soft on the Inside. The Perception of Signaling the Family Firm Status in a Consulting Context. Natalie Rauschendorfer, Reinhard Prüegl, Maximilian Lude Stingy Principals or Benevolent Stewards: Reward Practices in Family Trucking Companies. Peter Bamberger, Aleksandra Kuzmenko, Nava Michael-Tsabari, Etti Doveh, John E. Delery & Nina Gupta Addressing the Theory-Practice Divide In Family Business Research: The Case Of Shareholder Agreements. […]

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Family Business Resilience in Times of Crisis

June 16, 2020

FAMILY BUSINESS RESILIENCE IN TIMES OF CRISIS: BRIDGING RESEARCH AND PRACTICE Family businesses have been acknowledged for their superior longevity rates demonstrating their resilience over generations, beyond family, business, economic and context-specific crises. This panel will explore the factors, dynamics and impacts of resilience in family businesses from a dual perspective. Our panelists are scholars and practitioners in the family business field with a management and psychology background. They will share their insights based on research and cases then engage in a conversation with the participants by extrapolating their learnings to the current and future crises. Each panelist will propose a recommended reading prior to the session to encourage timely and fruitful exchanges and inspire future research directions. Speakers: Fredda Herz Brown, PhD https://www.relative-solutions.com/partners-1 Prof. Dr. Ivan Lansberg https://www.lgassoc.com/ivan-lansberg-phd Prof. Dr. Tom Rüsen https://www.wifu.de/en/mitarbeiter/prof-dr-tom-a-rusen/ Prof. Dr. Salvo Tomaselli https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Salvatore_Tomaselli Moderated by: Rania Labaki Claudia Binz Astrachan SUGGESTED READINGS: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/10801193_Family_Resilience_A_Framework_for_Clinical_Practice https://hbr.org/2020/05/what-family-businesses-need-to-adapt-to-a-crisis https://hbr.org/2007/09/the-tests-of-a-prince https://www.wifu.de/en/bibliothek/j-d-neuhaus-hoists-and-cranes-engineered-for-extremes-over-seven-generations/ https://www.henokiens.com/userfiles/file/Case_study_Amarelli.pdf

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A Conversation about Research Methods in FB

June 16, 2020

Massimo Bau, Jönköping International Business School (Sweden) & Emanuela Rondi, Free University of Bozen/Bolzano (Italy), about research methods in family business. Part of the 2020 IFERA Research Development Program. Video password: baurondiiferamembers

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How to Conduct a Literature Review

June 16, 2020

Professor Salvatore Sciascia, LIUC University (Italy), about how to conduct a literature review. Part of the 2020 IFERA Research Development Program. Webinar slides here. Video password: sciasciaiferamembers

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Theory Building in Family Business Research

June 16, 2020

Professor Thomas Zellweger, University of St Gallen (Switzerland), about theory building in family business research: some reflections based on the paper “Property Rights, Owner-Management, and Value Creation” forthcoming in Academy of Management Review. Guest speaker: Bill Schulze Part of the 2020 IFERA Research Development Program. Webinar slides here. Video password: zellwegeriferamembers

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Trends and Opportunities in Family Business Research

June 14, 2020

Professor Alfredo De Massis, Free University of Bozen/Bolzano, talks about trends and opportunities in family business research. Part of the 2020 IFERA Research Development Program. Webinar slides here. Video password: demassisiferamembers

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