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Family Business, Strategic Planning and Corporate Entrepreneurship

Abstract : The aim of this paper is to examine whether willingness to change, generational involvement, perceived technological opportunities, and competitive aggressiveness, in addition to strategic planning, affect the corporate entrepreneurship of family firms in Lebanon. Using a sample of 85 Lebanese family firms, our results suggest that family-business-related characteristics and strategic planning have a positive relationship with corporate entrepreneurship. Our study provides important insights to regulators and practitioners interested in enhancing governance practices in family firms in Lebanon based on the impact of family-business-related characteristics and strategic planning on corporate entrepreneurship. More importantly, our paper helps understand how corporate entrepreneurship in a Middle Eastern country can be affected by willingness to change, generational involvement, perceived technological opportunities, and competitive aggressiveness.
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Charbel Salloum, Jacques Digout, Laura Salloum, Catherine Mercier-Suissa, Pamela Chahine. Family Business, Strategic Planning and Corporate Entrepreneurship. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management, Inderscience, In press. ⟨hal-02487658⟩

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