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  • The ability and willingness paradox in family firm innovation 

    Chrisman J; Chua J; De Massis A; Frattini F; Wright M (2015)
    We present a framework of how family involvement influences innovation management based on ability (discretion to act) and willingness (disposition to act), two drivers that distinguish family firms from nonfamily firms ...
  • Corporate Social Responsibility in Family versus non-Family Enterprises: An exploratory study 

    Campopiano G; De Massis A; Cassia L (Springer International Publishing, 2014)
    This chapter studies the relationship between corporate social responsibility (CSR) motivations and CSR actions in 25 selected teaching cases, especially in the light of the distinction between family and non-family ...
  • Family ownership and R&D intensity in small- and medium-sized firms 

    Sciascia S; Nordqvist M; Mazzola P; De Massis A (2015)
    Research was largely consistent in predicting a negative relationship between family ownership and research and development (R&D) intensity until Chrisman and Patel, using a behavioral agency model (BAM), called this general ...
  • Family-driven innovation: Resolving the paradox in family firms 

    De Massis A; Di Minin A; Frattini F (2015)
    This article presents an integrated, contingency perspective on family firm innovation called Family-Driven Innovation (FDI). The framework highlights the need for consistency between a family firm's strategic innovation ...
  • Tourism innovation: When interdependencies matter 

    Narduzzo A; Volo S (Routledge, 2016)
    This research note highlights the relevance of tourism’s natural system of interdependencies in the context of innovation creation. The lack of studies on tourism inter and intra-sectoral interdependencies and on their ...