Sub-theme 36: Institutional Theories of Family Firms

Michael Carney, Concordia University, Montréal, Canada
Roy Suddaby, University of Victoria, Canada, and Newcastle University, UK
Giuseppe Delmestri, WU Vienna, Austria
Session I: Thursday, July 02, 11:00 to 12:30, PIERCE-908
FFs in Scarce Environments
Chair: Michael Carney
Robert Nason and David Gras
The impact of household health on family economic activity in Indian slums
Chemi Tsering and Isabelle Guerrero
Strategic orientation of micro firm in emerging economy: Evidence from Tibetian owned family business in India
Pierre Sindambiwe
The interplay between the territorial context and Family Business continuity in developing countries
Session II: Thursday, July 02, 14:00 to 15:30, PIERCE-908
Institutional Logic and Professionalization of FFs
Chair: Mattias Nordqvist
Hikari Akizawa and Pradeep Dharmadasa
Family logics linking family cycles and family businesses
Matthias Waldkirch, Leif Melin and Mattias Nordqvist
Institutional practices in family firms – Parallel professionalization
Rajshree Prakash and Céline Barrédy
The Professionalization of Family Businesses: Destination Unknown
Session III: Thursday, July 02, 16:00 to 17:30, PIERCE-908
FFs Responding to Institutional Change
Chair: Giuseppe Del Mestri
Innan Sasaki
How does the micro-process of cultural change happen in a cross-level context? Japanese Shinise firms in their local communities
Jon E.B. Lervik, Mike Geppert and Knut Lange
Sensemaking with institutions about strategic business model change: the case of a Norwegian family firm
Sofiane Baba and Taieb Hafsi
From institutional work to institutional change: A multilevel practice-driven perspective
Presenter(s)Discussant(s): Sofiane Baba
Arthur Posch and Aleksandra Klein
A little change goes a long way: Management accounting change framework revised
Session IV: Friday, July 03, 09:00 to 10:30, PIERCE-908
Family Values in the Family Firm
Chair: Trish Reay
Joern Block, Michael Carney, Peter Jaskiewicz and Dominik Wagner
Does family matter? How the institution of family shapes family firm performance around the globe
Justus R. Boeckmann
Making institutional analysis about studying people: Towards an ethnographic study of kinship at work
Viktoria Siebke and Sabine B. Rau
A taxonomy of family firms based on family values: Setting the scene
Session V: Friday, July 03, 14:00 to 15:30, PIERCE-908
Governing Family Capitalism
Chair: Mike Geppert
Robert Nason and Michael Carney
Family capitalism, the 1%, and the persistence of wealth inequality
Presenter(s)Discussant(s): Michael Carney
Marina Gama, Cyntia Calixto and Rodrigo Bandeira-de-Mello
Mapping Brazilian family business groups: An institutional approach
Joel Bothello, Arthur Gautier and Anne-Claire Pache
Families, firms and philanthropy: A cross-national comparison of responses to competing institutional demands
Session VI: Saturday, July 04, 09:00 to 10:30, PIERCE-908
Entrepreneurship in Family Firms
Chair: Peter Jaskiewicz
Elina Meliou and Tim Edwards
Beyond the gender divide in opportunity identification: Contextual discontinuities, reflexivity and selective bricolage enactment of female entrepreneurs
Guilherme Trez, Ivan Garrido, Jefferson Monticelli and Renata Bernadon
The generations of family businesses considering family as an institution
Mara Brumana, Tommaso Minola and Mattias Nordqvist
Venturing processes in family firms: The role of symbolic capital
Session VII: Saturday, July 04, 11:00 to 12:30, PIERCE-908
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