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Innovation, Growth, and Succession in Asian Family Enterprises
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Innovation, Growth, and Succession in Asian Family Enterprises

9781839104329 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Hung-bin Ding, Associate Professor, Department of Management and International Business, Sellinger School of Business and Management, Loyola University, Maryland, US, Hsi-Mei Chung, Professor, Department of Business Administration, I-Shou University, Taiwan, Andy Yu, Associate Professor of Management, Management Department, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and Phillip H. Phan, Alonzo and Virginia Decker Professor, The Carey Business School, The Johns Hopkins University, US
Publication Date: 2021 ISBN: 978 1 83910 432 9 Extent: 256 pp
The scope and depth of family business research have been quickly expanding in the last two decades. The editors and contributors to this book present eight recent studies examining the impact of external or internal family conditions on the innovation, growth, and succession of family firms in Asia.

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The scope and depth of family business research have been quickly expanding in the last two decades. The editors and contributors to this book present eight recent studies examining the impact of external or internal family conditions on the innovation, growth, and succession of family firms in Asia.
 
By examining the influence of families on firm behaviors and decisions, researchers have been pushing the boundaries of this field. As researchers develop a better understanding of how families influence their businesses, the family conditions, including the properties and dynamics of families, have been found to play significant roles in the business decisions. In addition, globalization as a pressing issue has brought new opportunities and challenges to families and their businesses. This volume comprises diverse topics, including less commonly examined issues such as kinship, immigrant family enterprises, and family asset management. This book is a rich resource for researchers, students, and family business consultants.
Critical Acclaim
‘In this edited volume, acclaimed scholars Hung-bin Ding, Hsi-Mei Chung, Andy Yu, and Phillip Phan join their intellects and talents to provide an essential synthesis of the latest and emerging research on family business in Asia with an emphasis on innovation, growth, and succession. Featuring an eclectic array of topics and authors, this book is full of cutting-edge insights and discoveries that shall inspire researchers at all levels, and anyone interested in learning more about Asian family businesses and enterprising families.’
– Torsten M. Pieper, UNC Charlotte, International Family Enterprise Research Academy (IFERA) and Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Family Business Strategy
Contributors
Contributors: S. Aslani, K. Bollen, D. Caspersz, A. Chang, H.-M. Chung, H.-b. Ding, K.I. Efendy, M.C. Euwema, S. Han, M.-P. Kang, R. Pei, P. Phan, H. Shi, D.L. Taylor, S. Tomaselli, Y. Wang, R.M. Ye, A. Yu, D. Zheng, F. Zheng, R. Zolin
Contents
Contents:

1 Introduction: The Asian entrepreneurial family enterprise 1
Hung-bin Ding and Phillip Phan
2 When and how high family involvement helps a family
business: The role of long-term orientation and innovativeness 21
Dina L. Taylor, Soroush Aslani and Dexi Zheng
3 Making sense of succession in family business
internationalisation: An exploratory approach 41
Henry Shi
4 The impact of logics-based immigrant context on migrant
family enterprises 64
Stone Han, Artemis Chang and Hsi-Mei Chung
5 Conflict behavior and emotions in the escalation and
de-escalation of intra- and intergenerational conflict in family
business 88
Komala Inggarwati Efendy, Artemis Chang and Roxanne Zolin
6 Toward an e-commerce strategy: Impact of family dynamics 119
Salvatore Tomaselli, Yong Wang, Donella Caspersz and Rong Pei
7 Managerial coaching and its generational differences in
Chinese family business: Findings from 12 Chinese cities 171
Ran Michelle Ye, Rong Pei, Katalien Bollen and Martin C. Euwema
8 Paternal aunts as matriarchs in Taiwanese family businesses:
An anthropological observation 196
Min-ping Kang and Hung-bin Ding
9 Bifurcation bias and family compensation: The case of Dawu Group 217
Feihu Zheng and Hung-bin Ding

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