Centre for Entrepreneurship and Family Enterprise

2006-07 Published Papers

Chrisman, J.J., Chua, J.H., Kellermanns, F.W., & Chang, E.P.C. 2007. Are family managers agents or stewards? An exploratory study in privately held family firms. Journal of Business Research. 60/10: 1005-1011.

Chrisman, J.J., Sharma, P., & Taggar, S. 2007. Family influences on family businesses: An introduction. Journal of Business Research. 60/10: 1030-1038.

Chrisman, J.J., Steier, L.P., & Chua, J.H. 2006. Personalism, particularism, and the competitive behaviors and advantages of family firms: An introduction. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice. 30: 719-729.

Chua, J., Steier, L., & Chrisman, J. 2006. How family firms solve intra-family agency problems using interlocking directorates: A comment. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice. 30/6: 777-783.

Cliff, J.E., Jennings, P.D. and Greenwood, R. 2006. New to the game and questioning the rules: The experiences and beliefs of founders who start imitative vs. innovative firms. Journal of Business Venturing. 21: 633-663.

Henderson, A. Miller, D. & Hambrick, D. 2006. How quickly do CEOs become obsolete? Industry dynamics, CEO tenure and performance. Strategic Management Journal. 27/5: 447-460.

Hoopes, D., & Miller, D. 2006. Ownership preferences, agency costs and competitive heterogeneity. Family Business Review. 19/2: 89-101.

Jaskiewicz, P., & Klein, S.B. 2007. The impact of goal alignment on board size in family businesses. Journal of Business Research. 60/10: 1080-1089.

Jennings, J.E. & McDougald, M.S. 2007. Work-family interface experiences and coping strategies: Implications for entrepreneurship research and practice. Academy of Management Review. 32: 747-760.

Le Breton-Miller, I., & Miller, D., 2006. When and why do family businesses outperform? Governance, long-term orientations, and sustainable capability. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice. 30: 731-746.

Martens, M.L., Jennings, J.E. & Jennings, P.D. 2007. Do the stories they tell get them the money they need? The role of entrepreneurial narratives in resource acquisition. Academy of Management Journal. 50: 1107-1132.

Miller, D. & Le Breton-Miller, I. 2006. Family governance and firm performance: Agency, stewardship and distinctive capabilities. Family Business Review. 19(1): 73-87.

Miller, D. & Le Breton-Miller, I. 2006. Lessons from family firms that manage for the long run: Opportunities and vulnerabilities. Leader to Leader Magazine. 39: 13-17.

Miller, D. & Le Breton-Miller, I. 2006. Priorities, practices and strategies in successful and failing family businesses: An elaboration and test of the configuration perspective. Strategic Organization. 4/4: 379-407.

Miller, D., & Le Breton-Miller, I. 2007. Kicking the habit: Broadening our horizons by studying family businesses. Journal of Management Inquiry.16: 27-30.

Miller, D., Le Breton-Miller, I., Lester, R.H. & Cannella, A. A. 2007. Are family firms really superior performers? Journal of Corporate Finance. 13/5: p829-858.

Steier, L. 2007. New venture creation and organization: A familial sub-narrative. Journal of Business Research. 60: 1099-1107.

Steier, L., & Ward, J. 2006. If theories of family enterprise really do matter so does change in management education. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice. 30/6: 887-895.

Wu, Z., Chua, J.H., & Chrisman, J.J. 2007. Effects of family ownership and management on small business equity financing. Journal of Business Venturing. 22/6:875-895.