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Autor
Surdej Aleksander (Cracow University of Economics, Poland / Kolegium Ekonomii, Finansów i Prawa)
Tytuł
Family Firms and Economic Development
Firmy rodzinne w rozwoju gospodarczym
Źródło
Prace Naukowe Uniwersytetu Ekonomicznego we Wrocławiu, 2010, nr 113, s. 905-926, tab., rys., bibliogr. 52 poz.
Research Papers of Wrocław University of Economics
Tytuł własny numeru
Ekonomia
Słowa kluczowe
Przedsiębiorstwo rodzinne, Rozwój gospodarczy
Family-owned business, Economic development
Uwagi
streszcz., summ.
Abstrakt
Artykuł analizuje związek między częstotliwością występowania firm rodzinnych a rozwojem gospodarczym. Autor pokazuje, że rodziny są powszechnie jednym z kluczowych czynników wspierających powstawanie nowych przedsiębiorstw, dostarczając niezbędnego kapitału, pracy oraz wsparcia moralnego. Jednakże mogą stać się one przeszkodą dla rozwoju firm, gdy w fazie szybkiego wzrostu muszą dokonać zmiany form własnościowych i organizacyjnych. Rodziny stają przed dylematem - orientacja na rozwój czy chęć utrzymania kontroli nad firmą? Jak i z jakimi konsekwencjami dla rozwoju gospodarczego rozwiązywany jest ten problem, to zależy od cech otoczenia instytucjonalnego gospodarki. Druga część artykułu pokazuje mechanizmy wiążące rozwój firm z czynnikami instytucjonalnymi. (abstrakt oryginalny)

The article discusses the relationship between the density of family firms and the economic development. The author shows that families are universally one of supporting factors of the creation of new businesses by supplying necessary capital, work or moral support. But families may become an obstacle to the growth of companies once they expand and need to change ownership or organizational forms. Thus, families may face a dilemma between orientation towards growth and willingness to maintain the control over the company. How and with what consequences for economic development this dilemma is solved depends on the institutional environment characterizing the economy. The second part of the article identifies mechanisms, which relate to the growth dynamics of family firms to selected institutional factors. (original abstract)
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Bibliografia
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ISSN
1899-3192
Język
eng
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