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    Nota de investigación 01/2018: El tamaño de la empresa, fuente de competitividad..

    Joaquín Juste Méndez y Alejandro Escribà-Esteve.

    (2019). Recurs electrònic

    Mediante esta nota de investigación, basada en el informe sobre "caminos para mejorar la competitividad de las empresas valencianas" de la Asociación Valenciana de Empresarios (AVE), pretendemos demostrar la importancia que tiene el tamaño de las empresas para la competitividad y la productividad de esta.

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    Does the Family Business have a competitiveness problem?

    Escribá Esteve, Alejandro

    (2017). Article

    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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    The familiar protocol: Methodologies and Recommendations For its Development and Implantation

    Camisón, César; Ríos, Alejandro

    (2016). Recurs electrònic

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    Rentabilitat del capital i creiximent al mercat de la empresa familiar vs no familiar: anàlisi empíric al sector turístic espanyol

    Camisón Zornoza, César; Forés Julián, Beatriz; Puig Denia, Alba

    (2015). Article

    Rentabilitat del capital i creiximent al mercat de la empresa familiar vs no familiar: anàlisi empíric al sector turístic espanyol. Family Business Chair, Universitat de València. No.5. October 2015

    This paper analyses tourism firms’ performance, as a measure of their competitive strength through financial results, comparing family business with nonfamily business. This study is justified by the important role of the tourism sector in the Spanish economy and its prospects for global growth, as well as its structural features derived in part by the significant weight of family-owned business. The economic results have been measured on the basis of the return on equity of the company, its sales growth and market share, its production efficiency, and its financial solvency. The objective results indicators come from the company itself or two secondary databases: SABI and INFORMA D & B....

    This paper analyses tourism firms’ performance, as a measure of their competitive strength through financial results, comparing family business with nonfamily business. This study is justified by the important role of the tourism sector in the Spanish economy and its prospects for global growth, as well as its structural features derived in part by the significant weight of family-owned business. The economic results have been measured on the basis of the return on equity of the company, its sales growth and market share, its production efficiency, and its financial solvency. The objective results indicators come from the company itself or two secondary databases: SABI and INFORMA D & B. The ex-post analysis is completed with other competitiveness indicators based on self-assessment by the managers in relation to their competition, captured through a primary study with a sample of 1,019 companies.

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    Legal deposit: V-2766-2015 

    ISBN: 978-84-370-9862-3
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    Management skills’ development of Family Business.

    Mañes Font, Jordi

    (2015). Article

    Management skills’ development of Family Business. Cátedra de Empresa Familiar de la Universitat de València. No.4, mayo 2015

    Identify how the family business’ governance structure affects management capabilities is critical in strategic management research. This paper, using an approach based on RBV and agency theory, tries to find relevant elements in their development and shows how these are affected by succession planning as well as the separation of ownership and control. Using primary data from 541 family businesses in the tourism sector, our results reinforce the role of the formation of the head of the organization and its enterprise-level planning in the development of management capabilities. Furthermore, shows results about the mediation role of succession planning and managerial discretion.

    ISBN: 978-84-370-9670-4
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    Gorvernment management and organization and ownership of the family Business

    Camisón, Cesar; Viciano, Javier

    (2015). Recurs electrònic

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    Els sistemes de gestió de la qualitat com agent facilitador del procés de succesió a la empresa turística familiar

    Molins, Andrea

    (2014). Article

    Els sistemes de gestió de la qualitat com agent facilitador del procés de succesió a la empresa turística familiar. Family Business Chair, Universitat de València. No.3. November 2014

    The succession process in the family business is one of the defining moments for the continuity of the company, especially in those first generation companies in which the founder will give way to his inheritors in the management of the company. The present paper aims to study those High Performance Practices, typical of Quality Management Systems, which can make the probability of success for the generational change process of tourist companies greater. The area under study is the Spanish tourism industry, relevant sector in recent decades as one of the largest contributor to the country's economy.

    Legal deposit: V109-2015

    ISBN: 978-84-697-1277-1
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    Does family involvement increase the value of managerial capabilities? Empirical evidence from Spanish SME family-owned business

    Camisón Zornoza, César

    (2014). Article

    Does family involvement increase the value of managerial capabilities? Empirical evidence from Spanish SME family-owned business. Cátedra de Empresa Familiar de la Universitat de València. No.2, Octubre 2014

    The influence of the owner-family over Family-Owned Business performance issue has received recent research attention. Fewer are the amount of research devoted to analyse the owner-family effect over firm’s managerial capabilities (MC). This paper contributes to this vein of research analysing a sample of Spanish SME-FOB. It contributes differentiating family involvement depending on the organizational role and making a whole consideration of MC. Also it considers family complexity. Results show that family involvement produces a negative impact over MC. However it turns positive when ownership-management roles are differentiated and proper family governance structures deployed. Two...

    The influence of the owner-family over Family-Owned Business performance issue has received recent research attention. Fewer are the amount of research devoted to analyse the owner-family effect over firm’s managerial capabilities (MC). This paper contributes to this vein of research analysing a sample of Spanish SME-FOB. It contributes differentiating family involvement depending on the organizational role and making a whole consideration of MC. Also it considers family complexity. Results show that family involvement produces a negative impact over MC. However it turns positive when ownership-management roles are differentiated and proper family governance structures deployed. Two findings should be highlighted: family complexity appears as extremely harmful for MC, and family governance structures only increase MC when it fit with the level of family complexity, in other case, an oversized family governance structure damages MC.

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    Depòsit legal: V108-2015

    ISBN: 978-84-697-1276-4
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    La competitivitat de la empresa familiar i els seus factors determinants: un model explicatiu

    Camisón Zornoza, César

    (2014). Article

    La competitividad de la empresa familiar y sus factores determinantes: un modelo explicativo. Family Business Chair, Universitat de València. No.1. September 2014

    This work is a contribution to the state of the problem of the origins of competitive asymmetries and the extraordinary results that rests on the inclusion within the explanatory factors of family effect. Its main contribution is to create a model that proposes a chained vision that includes both ex post competitiveness (horizontal approach) and its determinants in a multilevel causal chain (longitudinal approach) factors and ultimately leading to explain the international competitive success of the firm. This explanatory framework advocates an additive model integration of different sources of advantage over the competition and economic rents postulated by the various theories of the firm...

    This work is a contribution to the state of the problem of the origins of competitive asymmetries and the extraordinary results that rests on the inclusion within the explanatory factors of family effect. Its main contribution is to create a model that proposes a chained vision that includes both ex post competitiveness (horizontal approach) and its determinants in a multilevel causal chain (longitudinal approach) factors and ultimately leading to explain the international competitive success of the firm. This explanatory framework advocates an additive model integration of different sources of advantage over the competition and economic rents postulated by the various theories of the firm applying them to the case of family business. Based on a fully specified theory, the study first discusses the complementarity of the country effects, industry, district, strategy and distinctive competencies. The theoretical model also clarifies the forces that influence the accumulation of sostenibles competitive advantages, especially focusing on the effect of the structure of ownership and control over the accumulation of intangible assets. This prism provides a consistent framework for analyzing the microeconomic sources of competitiveness of Family Business investigating the implications of family control in four needy research problems: the sign of the relationship between the character of Family Business and competitiveness of the firm, the factors determinants of competitiveness variability between Family Business and nonfamily firms, competitive advantages and disadvantages of each organizational form, and the provision of resources and capabilities that distinguishes Family Business of Non Family Business firms. In particular, with regard to the fourth problem identified, this paper justifies the distinctive profile of the portfolio of resources and capabilities between the two, predicting higher availability of the Family Business to investment in physical assets due to their preference for vertical integration and its disadvantage in financial resources and intangible assets, with particular intensity in managerial skills . The logical consequence of the lower endowment of intangible assets, coupled with their more limited financial capacity and greater reliance on external funding, would be that the Family Business is more dependent on the forces of the environment, for lack of springs to differentiate themselves in the market.

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    Legal deposit: V110-2015

    ISBN: 978-84-697-1275-7
 
 
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