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    • Are family firms really more socially responsible? 

      Cruz, Cristina; Larraza Kintana, Martín Upna Orcid; Garcés Galdeano, Lucía Upna Orcid; 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 ...
    • Employee profile in family firms 

      Aranda Beorlegui, Raquel (2020)   Trabajo Fin de Grado/Gradu Amaierako Lana  OpenAccess
      In the context of an increasingly importance of family firms, the employee composition of these firms becomes more and more relevant since it is a valuable source of value-added for all companies. This paper aims to give ...
    • Family firms in Iberoamerican countries 

      Larraza Kintana, Martín Upna Orcid; Cruz, Cristina; Belausteguigoitia Rius, Imanol (Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2013)   Artículo / Artikulua  OpenAccess
      The purpose of this paper is to introduce the special issue on family firms in Iberoamerican countries. The special issue aims at enlarging our understanding of the uniqueness of family firms by providing new evidence from ...
    • How important is family involvement for small companies’ growth? 

      Garcés Galdeano, Lucía Upna Orcid; García Olaverri, Carmen Upna Orcid (Emerald, 2020)   Artículo / Artikulua  OpenAccess
      Purpose: Our paper seeks to further understand how family involvement in management influences firm growth. Design/methodology/approach: Using a sample of small high-tech firms, we classify three different types of firms: ...
    • Managerial family ties and employee risk bearing in family firms: evidence from Spanish car dealers 

      Gómez Mejía, Luis R.; Larraza Kintana, Martín Upna Orcid; Moyano Fuentes, José; Firfiray, Shainaz (Wiley, 2018)   Artículo / Artikulua  OpenAccess
      This article discusses that family firms in which the top management team (TMT) is dominated bynonfamily managers are more likely to shift risk to employees through incentive pay schemesthan family firms with TMTs dominated ...
    • Measuring credit risk in family firms 

      Abinzano Guillén, María Isabel Upna Orcid; Corredor Casado, María Pilar Upna Orcid; Martínez García, Beatriz Upna Orcid (SAGE, 2020)   Artículo / Artikulua  OpenAccess
      This article attempts to identify the default risk measure which best reflects the idiosyncratic context of public family firms. Seven accounting- and market-based measures are compared over a sample of 981 US family and ...
    • 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 Orcid; Garcés Galdeano, Lucía Upna Orcid; Larraza Kintana, Martín Upna Orcid (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 Orcid; Garcés Galdeano, Lucía Upna Orcid (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 ...