90 pages | 2 B/W Illus.
In this fascinating study, Neri Karra examines entrepreneurial family businesses in emerging markets by integrating three schools of thought: agency theory, an institutional framework, and the altruism perspective.
Providing an in-depth treatment of the area as well as a real-life case study, it provides a theoretical perspective as well as qualitative insights. It also offers practical observations and future research implications.
This book will be valuable reading to students and researchers of entrepreneurship, family businesses, and altruism in management.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 – Introduction
Chapter 2 – Altruism and Agency in the Family Firm
Chapter 3 – Building a Business on Ethnic Ties
Chapter 4 – Entrepreneurship in Emerging Markets
Chapter 5 – Conclusion