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. Claudia Binz Astrachan, Joseph Astrachan, Josip Kotlar, Anneleen Michiels.

Revisiting The Question Of Whether Family Firms Are Good Or Bad Employers: Employment Security, Institutional Risks And Family Ownership. Alfredo De Massis, Luis Gómez-Mejía, Iván Miroshnychenko, María José Sánchez-Bueno, Fernando Muñoz-Bullón

Winning paper:

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

BEST TEACHING CASE AND EXPERIENTIAL EXERCISE

Nominated papers:

Los Lingues®: Transitioning family identity through branding the 20th oldest family business in the world. Dianne Welsh, Orlando Llanos-Contreras

Pentland Brands: Succession Dilemma. Marta Widz, Denise Kenyon-Rouvinez

From a family enterprise to an enterprising family: Logoplaste & the botton family. Alexandre Dias da Cunha, Remedios Hernández-Linares
Diagnosis and recommendations for the survival of the family business through a case study. María Jesús Luengo-Valderrey, Nagore Enbeita-Izaguirre

Winning paper:

From a family enterprise to an enterprising family: Logoplaste & the botton family. Alexandre Dias da Cunha, Remedios Hernández-Linares
Diagnosis and recommendations for the survival of the family business through a case study. María Jesús Luengo-Valderrey, Nagore Enbeita-Izaguirre

BEST REVIEWER AWARD

Nominated reviewers:

- Jasper Brinkerink
- Elisa Conz
- Marleen Dieleman
- Ann-Christin Groezinger
- Bart Henssen
- Luca Manelli
- Ivan Miroshnychenko
- Fernando Muñoz-Bullón
- Fabio Quarato
- María José Sanchez-Bueno

Winning reviewers:

Ivan Miroshnychenko
María José Sanchez-Bueno
Elisa Conz
Bart Henssen

BEST PhD RESEARCH PROPOSAL

Nominated authors:

Catherine Duggan - University College Cork
Luca Manelli – Politecnico of Milan
Mattias Sandgren - Jonköping International Business School
Raphaëlle Mattart - HEC Management School, Liège

Winning author:

Raphaëlle Mattart - HEC Management School, Liège