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Durán-Encalada Jorge A. (Universidad de las Américas Puebla, Mexico), San Martín-Reyna Juan Manuel (Universidad de las Américas Puebla, Mexico), Montiel-Campos Héctor (Universidad de las Américas Puebla, Mexico)
Tytuł
A Research Proposal to Examine Entrepreneurship in Family Business
Źródło
Journal of Entrepreneurship, Management and Innovation (JEMI), 2012, vol. 8, nr 3, s. 58-77, rys., bibliogr. 72 poz.
Tytuł własny numeru
Management and Financial Issues of Mexican Entrepreneurship
Słowa kluczowe
Podejście oparte na zasobach, Przedsiębiorstwo rodzinne, Przewaga konkurencyjna, Zarządzanie przedsiębiorstwem
Resource Based View (RBV), Family-owned business, Competitive advantage, Enterprise management
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streszcz., summ.
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Meksyk
Mexico
Abstrakt
Niniejsza praca jest oparta o dotychczasowe badania teoretyczne i empiryczne w zakresie zarządzania i przedsiębiorczości firm rodzinnych. Praca proponuje model badawczy oparty o teorię Dubina dla prowadzenia badań nad firmami rodzinnymi i omawia jego związek z przedsiębiorczością w Meksyku. Praca podejmuje tematykę podstawowych koncepcji w zakresie rodzinnego biznesu i wyjaśnia wpływ podstawowych pojęć na dobór zmiennych wykorzystanych w modelu badawczym. Następnie, praca wyjaśnia w jaki sposób "rodzinność" wiąże się z zasadniczą definicją biznesu rodzinnego. W oparciu o spojrzenie oparte o zasoby (ang. resource-based view (RBV)), agency theory i teorie społecznego kapitału (ang. social capital theories) praca wyjaśnia w jaki sposób społeczne zasoby kapitałowe stanowią podstawę budowania zdolności firmy i jej przewagi konkurencyjnej. W oparciu o taką perspektywę, praca proponuje teoretyczny model, dyskutuje prawa oddziaływania między zmiennymi i nakreśla kierunki dla przyszłych badań w tym zakresie. (abstrakt oryginalny)

This paper builds on existing theoretical and empirical studies in the areas of family business and entrepreneurship. It uses Dubin's theory building framework to propose a model for conducting research of family businesses and its linkage to entrepreneurial activities in Mexico. This works starts by describing the concepts of family business and explains the importance that these definitions can have on the variables to be included in the research. After that, the paper explains how the concept of "familiness" relates to the essence definition of family business. Using the resource-based view (RBV), agency theory, and social capital theories we describe how social capital resources are the basis for building firm capabilities and competitive advantages that influence firm's performances. Based on this perspective, a theoretical model, laws of interaction, a set of propositions and suggestions for further research are provided. (original abstract)
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