Published: Feb 02, 2016 by Futures: The journal of Policy, planning and futures studies
Authors: Kathleen Randerson, Giovanna Dossena and Alain Fayolle
This special issue demonstrates that researchers need to adopt multi-level and multi-disciplinary approaches in order to grasp a meaningful understanding of the phenomena. Developing knowledge about family entrepreneurship using a futures methodology has offered a means to unbind, in the sense of removing constraints linked to research traditions in which family, entrepreneurship, and family business have been studied until now.
Published: Feb 02, 2016 by Futures: The journal of policy, planning and futures studies
Authors: Mara Bergamaschi and Kathleen Randerson
We develop a taxonomy of family businesses or business families according to their perceptions of CSR behaviors and explore the potential dynamics among the types and identify that the engaged type is the most adapted to the creation of public value because the co-creation of new values and multiple futures is related to the legitimacy of the family business or business family.