Reference : Mapping the Landscape of Family Business in Luxembourg
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Mapping the Landscape of Family Business in Luxembourg
Fletcher, Denise Elaine mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Law, Economics and Finance (FDEF) > Department of Economics and Management (DEM) >]
[en] Family business
[en] The University of Luxembourg in collaboration with PriceWaterhouseCoopers launched a 2-year research project (2016-18) focused on:
(i) developing a database of family firms in Luxembourg (and to follow, the Greater Region);
(ii) undertaking a survey with family firms assessing their characteristics, unique features and reasons for sustaining from one generation to another and
(iii) carrying out face-to-face interviews with a selected sample of family firms in Luxembourg.
This resulted in five reports: 1. Mapping the Landscape of family businesses in the Greater Region (author: Denise Fletcher);
2. Balancing family and professional management: why family firms are special forms of organization (author: Professor Denise Fletcher)
3. Golden Agers’: How Family Firms Flourish in the Long Run (authored by Professor Matthias Bruer),
4. The Four stages of Family Business Transmission (authored by Dr. Christina Constantinidis).
5. Family business management styles and cultures through the generations (authored by Dr. Rocky Adiguna).
Price Waterhouse Coopers, Luxembourg.
Price Waterhouse Coopers, Luxembourg
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