…we encourage entrepreneurship researchers to incorporate family considerations in their conceptual models and empirical investigations of the emergence of new business opportunities and new business ventures.
Howard Aldrich & Jennifer E. Jennings (formerly Cliff)
The pervasive effects of family entrepreneurship
toward a family embeddedness perspective.
Journal of Business Venturing . v.18. p. 574
Jennings, J.E. Panelist: What thinking about family business has made me think about. Family Enterprise Research Conference Doctoral Consortium. Grand Rapids, MI.
Jennings, J.E. Panelist: From the Editor’s Desk: Thoughts on Publishing Family Business Research. Family Enterprise Research Conference Doctoral Consortium. Grand Rapids, MI.
Miller, D., Le Breton-Miller, I. & Lester, R.H. Family Firm Governance, Strategic Con-formity and Performance: Institutional versus Strategic Perspectives. Academy of Management Annual Conference. San Antonio, TX.
Feth, S., Michaud, P. & Steier, L. Family Enterprise Education and Development: Exploring multiple
markets and methods of delivery. Family Firm Institute. Boston, MA.
Reay, T., Steier, L., Sharma. P. & Thomas J. Panelist: Qualitative Research in Family Business: How can we take advantage of the opportunities? Family Firm Institute. Boston, MA.
Chang, E.P.C., Memili, E., and Chrisman, J.J. Does innovation matter to achieve entrepreneurial success? An exploratory study of the Inc. 500 companies. Proceedings of the U.S. Association for Small Business Entrepreneurship.
Jaskiewicz, P. & Uhlenbruck, K. The relationship between boards and performance: An agency & resource dependence theory analysis. Family Enterprise Research Conference, Cancun, Mexico.
Sharifan, M., Jennings, P.D., and Jennings, J.E. Combining love life and work life: The effect of copreneurship on firm performance and satisfaction in business and family. DIANA International Conference on Women's Entrepreneurship Research. Banff, AB.
Le Breton-Miller, I. bMiller, D. Commentary: Lumpkin & Brigham – Long Term Orientation and Inter-temporal Choice in Family Firms. Theories of Family Enterprise Conference. University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB.
Reay, T. Commentary. Theories of Family Enterprise Conference. University of Alberta, Edmonton, AB.
Steier, L., Feth, S., & Reay, T. Developing comprehensive education programs in full-service university settings: University of Alberta. Family Firm Institute Conference. Chicago, IL.
Steier, L. Keynote: Innovation amidst diversity of family business education, educators, and institutions. Family Firm Institute Conference, Chicago, IL.
Steier, L. Symposium discussant: Exploring identity issues in family firms. Academy of Management Annual Conference, Montreal, QC.