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    ¿De qué sirve y cuándo es útil un protocolo familiar?.

    n.a.

    (2018). Conferència

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    Programa Desayuno: ¿De qué sirve y cuándo es útil un protocolo familiar?.

    Cátedra de Empresa Familiar

    (2018). Recurs electrònic

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    Workbook 1/2018. The professionalization of family firms: conceptualization and key elements.

    José María Badía. Societaria and Univeritat de València Alejandro Escribá-Esteve. Universitat de València.

    (2018). Article

    Workbook 1/2018. The professionalization of family firms: conceptualization and key elements..

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    170921_Nota de prensa.

    n.a.

    (2017). Informes

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    Experiencias de apertura del capital de la Empresa Familiar ¿Qué aportan los inversores externos?.

    Cátedra de Empresa Familiar

    (2017). Recurs electrònic

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    Does the Family Business have a competitiveness problem?

    Escribá Esteve, Alejandro

    (2017). Recurs electrònic

    Does the Family Business have a competitiveness problem?. Cátedra de Empresa Familiar de la Universitat de València. No.1, enero 2017

    In the research note # 1 of this new collection, results of a comparative analysis of the competitiveness of family businesses versus non-family businesses are shown. The results of our research show that family businesses suffer, on average, from a lack of competitiveness compared to non-family businesses. This lack is observed above all in the lower presence of family businesses in the groups of companies with the highest competitive level. However, this problem of lower competitiveness does not occur in the case of family businesses that have reached a greater dimension. In fact, the biggest family businesses are more competitive than the non-familiar. This evidence suggests that...

    In the research note # 1 of this new collection, results of a comparative analysis of the competitiveness of family businesses versus non-family businesses are shown. The results of our research show that family businesses suffer, on average, from a lack of competitiveness compared to non-family businesses. This lack is observed above all in the lower presence of family businesses in the groups of companies with the highest competitive level. However, this problem of lower competitiveness does not occur in the case of family businesses that have reached a greater dimension. In fact, the biggest family businesses are more competitive than the non-familiar. This evidence suggests that business growth is a facilitating element to avoid or minimize many of the problems that tend to be associated with the family-company relationship, without necessarily losing the positive aspects associated with the family character of the property and the management.

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    News Bulletin nº0. New stage, new projects

    Cátedra de Empresa Familiar

    (2017). Recurs electrònic

    News Bulletin nº0. New stage, new projects.

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    101916_Nota de prensa.

    n.a.

    (2016). Informes

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    El rol de las mujeres en los órganos de gobierno y dirección de las Empresas Familiares..

    Cátedra de Empresa Familiar

    (2016). Recurs electrònic

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    Los valores fundacionales y la comunicación en la empresa familiar. Nuria Vilanova - ATREVIA..

    Cátedra de Empresa Familiar

    (2016). Recurs electrònic

 
 
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