Family Orientation, Market Orientation
Part of the International Studies in Entrepreneurship book series (ISEN, volume 30)
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In this chapter, I am going to examine the “familiness” of the eight family businesses, on the three dimensions of business objectives, resources, and decision-making, as conceptualised in Chap. 2.
KeywordsTrade Fair Market Orientation Family Business Business Objective Local Government Official
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