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Is Working From Home a Temporary State for New Entrepreneurs?
Why do entrepreneurs run their ventures from home? According to the British Household Panel Survey (BHPS)—a representative longitudinal dataset of individuals and households in the UK—nearly 40% Read More...
Birds of a Feather Struggle Together: Racially Homogenous Teams Have Drawbacks
  EDITOR'S NOTE: The Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference (BCERC) taps leading-edge research conducted by an elite group of doctoral students from top universities Read More...
Family Emotions Can Drive Business Decisions
From “Dallas” and “The Godfather” to “House of Gucci” and “Succession,” popular culture has always relished watching how resentments, squabbles and back-stabbing can pulse through a Read More...
What the Pandemic Has Taught Us About Crisis Management
Because COVID-19 had effects unlike any other crisis, crisis management research has received increased attention in the past few years. Within a few weeks, economic life was turned completely upside Read More...
Using Family History for Competitive Advantage
Family businesses often have dense histories interweaving both the family and the business and involving more than just the past. Our recent study (Ge, De Massis & Kotlar, 2022), shows that Read More...
Abundant Marketing Resources Can Hinder Family Firm Innovation
Most people would agree that businesses benefit from three core marketing resources: strong market knowledge, great relationships with customers and suppliers, and a sterling public image, brand, and Read More...
Against the Odds, Women Can Still be Powerful Innovators
EDITOR'S NOTE: This article was produced in partnership with Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, a leading academic journal, as part of our effort to highlight actionable cutting-edge research on Read More...
Family Firms: How Much Cash is Enough?
For years, corporate governance scholars and activists have assumed that cash-rich companies are less vigorous about using resources, leading to the loss of shareholder value. In line with this view, Read More...
Millennials Can Help Family Firms Expand, If Led by Their Peers
Millennials, those born between the end of the ‘70s and the beginning of the new millennium, are accustomed to the limitless possibilities of the online world, where local or even country borders Read More...
Old vs. Young Nations: Opportunities and Challenges for Entrepreneurs
Many entrepreneurs have grown up in a globally integrated, digital world where online commerce and tools make it easy to sell a product or service worldwide. Some startups may even locate an office Read More...

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