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    • Are family firms really more socially responsible? 

      Cruz, Cristina; Larraza Kintana, Martín Upna; Garcés Galdeano, Lucía Upna; Berrone, Pascual (SAGE, 2014)   Artículo / Artikulua  OpenAccess
      This paper conducts an empirical study as to whether family firms are more socially responsible than their non-family counterparts, and explores the conditions in which this difference in social behavior occurs. We argue ...
    • Family firms: the role of non-economic factors 

      Garcés Galdeano, Lucía Upna (2015)   Tesis doctoral / Doktoretza tesia  OpenAccess
      En esta tesis se estudia el papel de los factores no económicos en la toma de decisiones de las empresas familiares y las compara así con las decisiones tomadas por las empresas no familiares. Analiza los factores no ...
    • The hidden value of intangibles: do CEO characteristics matter? 

      Garcés Galdeano, Lucía Upna; García Olaverri, Carmen Upna (Emerald, 2019)   Artículo / Artikulua  OpenAccess
      Purpose: A great deal of research has examined the relationship between a single CEO attribute and a single measure of firm performance; no attempts have been made to integrate them to create a more global vision of both. ...
    • The role of entrepreneurial orientation and family control of the firm in the economic recovery of underperforming firms 

      Capelleras, Joan Lluís; Contín Pilart, Ignacio Upna; Garcés Galdeano, Lucía Upna; Larraza Kintana, Martín Upna (Emerald, 2019)   Artículo / Artikulua  OpenAccess
      Objetivo – El artículo analiza cómo la orientación emprendedora y el control familiar de la empresa influyen en el desempeño de las empresas con bajo rendimiento y cómo contribuyen a su recuperación económica. Diseño/met ...
    • When do women make a better table? Examining the influence of women directors on family firm's corporate social performance 

      Cruz, Cristina; Justo, Rachida; Larraza Kintana, Martín Upna; Garcés Galdeano, Lucía Upna (SAGE Publications, 2019)   Artículo / Artikulua  OpenAccess
      Our paper seeks to further understand the influence of gender board diversity on firms' corporate social performance (CPS) in the context of publicly held family firms. Grounded on corporate governance and family firm ...