Capitale sociale e vantaggio competitivo nel family business. Un'analisi esplorativa delle percezioni degli amministratori delegati = Social capital and the competitive advantage of the family firm. An exploratory study of CEO perceptions
De Massis A
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SubjectSocial capital; Family business; Competitive advantage; Perception; Competitive disadvantage
This qualitative study sheds light on the nexus between social capital resources and CEO perceptions of competitive advantages and disadvantages in family firms. Drawing on a rich body of empirical evidence, the analysis shows that CEO perceptions differ depending on the owner-family's degree of emotional attachment to or detachment from the business, emphasizing how the interactions between the family and the business system play a key role in shaping the CEO's perceptions of competitive advantages and disadvantages in a family firm. Copyright © FrancoAngeli.
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