Bridging Family Business and International Business Research: An Introduction

Hung-bin Ding
March 2008
Multinational Business Review (St. Louis University);Spring2008, Vol. 16 Issue 2, pV
Academic Journal
The article discusses papers published within the issue including "Family Control, Underwriter Prestige, and IPO Underpricing: A Cross Country Analysis," by Kuntara Puthuanthongle and Thomas Walker, "Ownership Structure, Expatriate Policy and Regionalization: Evidence from Taiwan's Family Business Groups,2000-2002" by Hsi-mei Chung and "Family Business Openness to External Influence and International Sales: An Empirical Examination."


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