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  • Online publication date: September 2013

Part One - Theoretical Issues and Debates

References

Interviews

  • Miguel Ángel Gallo, May 26, 2009, at the IESE, Barcelona. With P. Fernández

  • Miguel Ángel Gallo, November 12, 2009, at the IESE, Barcelona. With P. Fernández

  • John Davis (HBS), Boston MA, May 13, 2009. With N. Puig

  • Alden G. Lank (FBN), Boston MA, June, 15, 2009. With N. Puig

  • Ivan Lansberg (Lansberg Associates), New Haven, CT, July 20, 2009. With N. Puig

  • Judy Green (FFI), Boston, MA, July 30, 2009. With N. Puig

Publications
Ariès, Philippe (1960). L’enfant et la vie familiale sous l'ancien régime. Paris: Plon.
Ariès, Philippe, and GeorgeDuby, eds. (1986). Histoire de la vie privée. Paris: Seuil.
Beckhard, Richard, and GibbDyer W. Jr. (February 1981). “Challenges and Issues in Managing Family Firms.” Working Paper, AlfredP.Sloan School of Management, MIT, pp. 1181–88.
Bird, Barbara, Harold Welsch, Joseph H. Astrachan, and David Pistrui (2002). “Family Business Research: The Evolution of an Academic Field.” Family Business Review, 15(4): 337–50.
Canals, Carles M. (2009). Sabiduría práctica. 50 años del IESE. Barcelona: Planeta.
Casey, James (1989). The History of the Family. Oxford: Blackwell.
Casson, Mark (1999). “The Economics of the Family Firm.” Scandinavian Economic History Review, 47(1): 10–23.
Chacón, Francisco, and Juan Hernández, coord. (2007). Espacios sociales, universos familiares. La familia en la historiografía española: XXV aniversario del Seminario Familia y élite de poder en el Reino de Murcia siglos XV-XIX. Murcia: Ediciones Universidad de Murcia.
Chacón, Francisco, Eni Mesquita, Teresa Lozano, and Antonio Irigoyen (2003). Sin distancias: familia y tendencias historiográficas en el siglo XX. Murcia: Universidad de Murcia.
Colli, Andrea (2011). “Family firms in European Economic History.” In Isabelle Stamm, Peter Breithschmid, and Martin Kohli (eds.), Doing Succession in Europe. Generational Transfers in Family Businesses in Comparative Perspective. Zurich: Schulthess Verlag 29–58.
Colli, Andrea, Paloma Fernández Pérez, and Mary B. Rose (2003). “National Determinants of Family Firm Development? Family Firms in Britain, Spain and Italy in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries.” Enterprise & Society, 4(1): 28–64.
Collier, Peter, and David Horowitz (1987). Los Rockefeller. Barcelona: Tusquets Editores (English original: The Rockefellers. An American Dynasty, 1976).
Duby, Georges, and J. Le Goff, eds. (1977). Famille et parenté dans l'occident medieval. Rome: École Française de Rome.
Evans-Pritchard, E.E. (1940). The Nuer: A Description of the Modes of Livelihood and Political Institutions of a Nilotic People, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Fagerberg, Jan, David C. Mowery, and Richard Nelson (2005). The Oxford Handbook of Innovation. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Fernández Pérez, Paloma (1997). El rostro familiar de la metrópoli. Redes de parentesco y lazos mercantiles en Cádiz 1700–1812. Madrid: Siglo XXI.
Fernández Pérez, Paloma (2003). “Reinstalando la empresa familiar en la Economía y la Historia Económica. Una aproximación a debates teóricos recientes.” Cuadernos de Economía y Dirección de Empresas, 17: 45–66.
Fernández Pérez, Paloma (2007). “Small Firms and Networks in Capital Intensive Industries. The Case of Spanish Steel Wire Manufacturing.” Business History, 49(5): 647–77.
Fernández Pérez, Paloma (2012). La última globalización y el renacer de los grandes negocios familiares en el mundo. Bogotá: Universidad de los Andes-Cátedra Corona.
Fernández Pérez, Paloma, and Nuria Puig (2004). “Knowledge and Training in Family Firms of the European Periphery. Spain 18th to 20th centuries.” Business History, 46(1): 79–99.
Fernández Pérez, Paloma, and Núria Puig (2007). “Bonsais in a wild forest. A historical interpretation of the longevity of large Spanish family firms.” Revista de Historia Económica-Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History, XXV(3): 459–97.
Fernández Pérez, Paloma, and Mary B. Rose, eds. (2010). Innovation and Entrepreneurial Networks in Europe. New York: Routledge.
Flandrin, Jean Louis (1976). Familles, parenté, maison, sexualité dans l'ancienne Société. Paris: Hachette.
Gallo, Miguel Ángel (2008). Ideas básicas para dirigir la empresa familiar. Pamplona: Ediciones Universidad de Navarra (EUNSA).
Gallo, Miguel Ángel, Sabine Klein, Daniella Montemerlo, SalvatoreTomaselli, and Kristin Cappuyns (2009). La empresa familiar multigeneracional. Pamplona: Ediciones Universidad de Navarra (EUNSA).
Gallo, Miguel Ángel, and Salvatore Tomaselli (2006). Protocolo familiar: Sus resultados. Madrid: Fundación Rafael Escolá/Family Business Consulting Group España.
García González Cuenca, Francisco, coord. (2008). La historia de la familia en la Península Ibérica. Balance regional y perspectivas. Homenaje a Peter Laslett. Cuenca: Ediciones de la Universidad de Castilla La Mancha.
Gies, Frances, and JosephGies (1987). Marriage and the Family in the Middle Ages. New York: Harper and Row.
Goody, Jack (1983). The Development of the Family and Marriage in Europe. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Hall, Peter Dobkin (1988). “A Historical Overview of Family Firms in the United Status.” Family Business Review, 1(1): 51–68.
Hall, Peter D., and George E. Marcus (1998). “Why should men leave great fortunes to their children? Class, dynasty and inheritance in America.” In Robert K. Miller Jr. and Stephen J. McNamee (eds.), Inheritance and Wealth in America. New York: Plenum Press, pp. 139–70.
Hollander, Barbara S., and Nancy S. Elman (1988). “Family-Owned Businesses: An Emerging Field of Inquiry.” Family Business Review, 1(2): 145–64.
Instituto de la Empresa Familiar (2004). Actividades y logros de los primeros años del IEF 1992–2004. Barcelona: IEF.
Jones, Geoffrey, and Mary B. Rose, eds. (1993). Special Issue on Family Capitalism. Business History, 35(4).
Kaslow, Florence W. (2006). “Brief History of the Family Firm Institute.” In F.W. Kaslow (ed.), Handbook of Family Business and Family Business Consultation. A Global Perspective (pp. 3–24). Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press.
Khurana, Rakesh (2007). From Higher Aims to Hired Hands: The Social Transformation of American Business Schools and the Unfulfilled Promise of Management as a Profession. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
Kipping, Matthias (1999). “American Management Consulting Companies in Western Europe, 1920 to 1990: Products, Reputation and Relationships.” Business History Review, 73(2): 190–220.
Lank, Alden G., and Albert J. Thomassen (1991). “Introducing the Family Business Network.” Family Business Review, 4(2): 225–30.
Lansberg, Ivan (1988). “Family Business as an Emerging Field.” Family Business Review, 1(1): 1–8.
Lansberg, Ivan (1993). “Reflections of the Founder: A Conversation with Barbara Hollander.” Family Business Review, 6(3): 313–25.
Lévi-Strauss, Claude (1947). Les structures élémentaires de la parenté. Paris: P.U.F.
Lewin, Linda (1987). Politics and Parentela in Paraiba: A Case Study of Family-Based Oligarchy. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
Marcus, George, and Peter D. Hall (1992). Lives in Trust. The Fortunes of Dynastic Families in Late Twentieth Century America. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.
Ngô, Bá Thành (1963). La sociedad anónima familiarante la ley española de 1951. Barcelona, Editorial Hispano Europea.
Ozment, Steven (1983). When Fathers Ruled: Family Life in Reformation Europe. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Poutziouris, Panikkos Z., Cyprus X. Smyrnios, and Sabine B. Klein, eds. (2006). Handbook of Research on Family Business. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
Puig Raposo, Nuria, and Paloma Fernández Pérez (2008). “La gran empresa familiar española en el siglo XX: claves de su profesionalización.” Revista de la Historia de la Economía y de la Empresa, II(2): 93–122.
Radcliffe-Brown, Alfred Reginald, and Cyril Daryll Forde, eds. (1950). African Systems of Kinship and Marriage. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Rey, Marta, and Nuria Puig (2013). “Globalization and the Organization of Family Philanthropy: A Case of Isomorphism?Business History, 55(2): 1–28.
Rodríguez, Pablo, coord. (2004). La familia en Iberoamérica 1550–1980. Bogotá: Convenio Andrés Bello-Universidad Externado de Colombia.
Rose, M.B., ed. (1995). Family Business. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
Sharma, Pramodita (2004). “An Overview of the Field of Family Business Studies: Current Status and Directions for Future.” Family Business Review, 17(1): 1–36.
Sharma, Pramodita, J.J. Chrisman, and J.H. Chua (1996). A Review and Annotated Bibliography of Family Business Studies. Norwell, MA: Kluwer Academic.
Sharma, Pramodita, J.J. Chrisman, and J.H. Chua (1997). “Strategic Management of the Family Business: Past Research and Future Challenges.” Family Business Review, 10(1): 1–135.
Sharma, Pramodita, F. Hoy, J.H. Astrachan, and M. Koiranen (2007). “The Practice-driven Evolution of Family Business Education.” Journal of Business Research, 60(10): 1012–21.
Smith, Tom W. (1999). The Emerging 21st Century American Family. GSS Social Change Report no. 42. Chicago: National Opinion Research Center, University of Chicago.
Stone, Lawrence (1977). The Family, Sex and Marriage in England, 1500–1800. New York: Harper & Row.
Tàpies, Josep (2009). Empresa familiar: Ni tan pequeña, ni tan joven. Una renovada aproximación a la edad y el tamaño de la empresa familiar española. Barcelona: Fundación Jesús Serra/Catalana Occidente.

Interviews

  • Miguel Ángel Gallo, May 26, 2009, at the IESE, Barcelona. With P. Fernández

  • Miguel Ángel Gallo, November 12, 2009, at the IESE, Barcelona. With P. Fernández

  • John Davis (HBS), Boston MA, May 13, 2009. With N. Puig

  • Alden G. Lank (FBN), Boston MA, June, 15, 2009. With N. Puig

  • Ivan Lansberg (Lansberg Associates), New Haven, CT, July 20, 2009. With N. Puig

  • Judy Green (FFI), Boston, MA, July 30, 2009. With N. Puig

Publications
Ariès, Philippe (1960). L’enfant et la vie familiale sous l'ancien régime. Paris: Plon.
Ariès, Philippe, and GeorgeDuby, eds. (1986). Histoire de la vie privée. Paris: Seuil.
Beckhard, Richard, and GibbDyer W. Jr. (February 1981). “Challenges and Issues in Managing Family Firms.” Working Paper, AlfredP.Sloan School of Management, MIT, pp. 1181–88.
Bird, Barbara, Harold Welsch, Joseph H. Astrachan, and David Pistrui (2002). “Family Business Research: The Evolution of an Academic Field.” Family Business Review, 15(4): 337–50.
Canals, Carles M. (2009). Sabiduría práctica. 50 años del IESE. Barcelona: Planeta.
Casey, James (1989). The History of the Family. Oxford: Blackwell.
Casson, Mark (1999). “The Economics of the Family Firm.” Scandinavian Economic History Review, 47(1): 10–23.
Chacón, Francisco, and Juan Hernández, coord. (2007). Espacios sociales, universos familiares. La familia en la historiografía española: XXV aniversario del Seminario Familia y élite de poder en el Reino de Murcia siglos XV-XIX. Murcia: Ediciones Universidad de Murcia.
Chacón, Francisco, Eni Mesquita, Teresa Lozano, and Antonio Irigoyen (2003). Sin distancias: familia y tendencias historiográficas en el siglo XX. Murcia: Universidad de Murcia.
Colli, Andrea (2011). “Family firms in European Economic History.” In Isabelle Stamm, Peter Breithschmid, and Martin Kohli (eds.), Doing Succession in Europe. Generational Transfers in Family Businesses in Comparative Perspective. Zurich: Schulthess Verlag 29–58.
Colli, Andrea, Paloma Fernández Pérez, and Mary B. Rose (2003). “National Determinants of Family Firm Development? Family Firms in Britain, Spain and Italy in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries.” Enterprise & Society, 4(1): 28–64.
Collier, Peter, and David Horowitz (1987). Los Rockefeller. Barcelona: Tusquets Editores (English original: The Rockefellers. An American Dynasty, 1976).
Duby, Georges, and J. Le Goff, eds. (1977). Famille et parenté dans l'occident medieval. Rome: École Française de Rome.
Evans-Pritchard, E.E. (1940). The Nuer: A Description of the Modes of Livelihood and Political Institutions of a Nilotic People, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Fagerberg, Jan, David C. Mowery, and Richard Nelson (2005). The Oxford Handbook of Innovation. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Fernández Pérez, Paloma (1997). El rostro familiar de la metrópoli. Redes de parentesco y lazos mercantiles en Cádiz 1700–1812. Madrid: Siglo XXI.
Fernández Pérez, Paloma (2003). “Reinstalando la empresa familiar en la Economía y la Historia Económica. Una aproximación a debates teóricos recientes.” Cuadernos de Economía y Dirección de Empresas, 17: 45–66.
Fernández Pérez, Paloma (2007). “Small Firms and Networks in Capital Intensive Industries. The Case of Spanish Steel Wire Manufacturing.” Business History, 49(5): 647–77.
Fernández Pérez, Paloma (2012). La última globalización y el renacer de los grandes negocios familiares en el mundo. Bogotá: Universidad de los Andes-Cátedra Corona.
Fernández Pérez, Paloma, and Nuria Puig (2004). “Knowledge and Training in Family Firms of the European Periphery. Spain 18th to 20th centuries.” Business History, 46(1): 79–99.
Fernández Pérez, Paloma, and Núria Puig (2007). “Bonsais in a wild forest. A historical interpretation of the longevity of large Spanish family firms.” Revista de Historia Económica-Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History, XXV(3): 459–97.
Fernández Pérez, Paloma, and Mary B. Rose, eds. (2010). Innovation and Entrepreneurial Networks in Europe. New York: Routledge.
Flandrin, Jean Louis (1976). Familles, parenté, maison, sexualité dans l'ancienne Société. Paris: Hachette.
Gallo, Miguel Ángel (2008). Ideas básicas para dirigir la empresa familiar. Pamplona: Ediciones Universidad de Navarra (EUNSA).
Gallo, Miguel Ángel, Sabine Klein, Daniella Montemerlo, SalvatoreTomaselli, and Kristin Cappuyns (2009). La empresa familiar multigeneracional. Pamplona: Ediciones Universidad de Navarra (EUNSA).
Gallo, Miguel Ángel, and Salvatore Tomaselli (2006). Protocolo familiar: Sus resultados. Madrid: Fundación Rafael Escolá/Family Business Consulting Group España.
García González Cuenca, Francisco, coord. (2008). La historia de la familia en la Península Ibérica. Balance regional y perspectivas. Homenaje a Peter Laslett. Cuenca: Ediciones de la Universidad de Castilla La Mancha.
Gies, Frances, and JosephGies (1987). Marriage and the Family in the Middle Ages. New York: Harper and Row.
Goody, Jack (1983). The Development of the Family and Marriage in Europe. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Hall, Peter Dobkin (1988). “A Historical Overview of Family Firms in the United Status.” Family Business Review, 1(1): 51–68.
Hall, Peter D., and George E. Marcus (1998). “Why should men leave great fortunes to their children? Class, dynasty and inheritance in America.” In Robert K. Miller Jr. and Stephen J. McNamee (eds.), Inheritance and Wealth in America. New York: Plenum Press, pp. 139–70.
Hollander, Barbara S., and Nancy S. Elman (1988). “Family-Owned Businesses: An Emerging Field of Inquiry.” Family Business Review, 1(2): 145–64.
Instituto de la Empresa Familiar (2004). Actividades y logros de los primeros años del IEF 1992–2004. Barcelona: IEF.
Jones, Geoffrey, and Mary B. Rose, eds. (1993). Special Issue on Family Capitalism. Business History, 35(4).
Kaslow, Florence W. (2006). “Brief History of the Family Firm Institute.” In F.W. Kaslow (ed.), Handbook of Family Business and Family Business Consultation. A Global Perspective (pp. 3–24). Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press.
Khurana, Rakesh (2007). From Higher Aims to Hired Hands: The Social Transformation of American Business Schools and the Unfulfilled Promise of Management as a Profession. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
Kipping, Matthias (1999). “American Management Consulting Companies in Western Europe, 1920 to 1990: Products, Reputation and Relationships.” Business History Review, 73(2): 190–220.
Lank, Alden G., and Albert J. Thomassen (1991). “Introducing the Family Business Network.” Family Business Review, 4(2): 225–30.
Lansberg, Ivan (1988). “Family Business as an Emerging Field.” Family Business Review, 1(1): 1–8.
Lansberg, Ivan (1993). “Reflections of the Founder: A Conversation with Barbara Hollander.” Family Business Review, 6(3): 313–25.
Lévi-Strauss, Claude (1947). Les structures élémentaires de la parenté. Paris: P.U.F.
Lewin, Linda (1987). Politics and Parentela in Paraiba: A Case Study of Family-Based Oligarchy. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
Marcus, George, and Peter D. Hall (1992). Lives in Trust. The Fortunes of Dynastic Families in Late Twentieth Century America. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.
Ngô, Bá Thành (1963). La sociedad anónima familiarante la ley española de 1951. Barcelona, Editorial Hispano Europea.
Ozment, Steven (1983). When Fathers Ruled: Family Life in Reformation Europe. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Poutziouris, Panikkos Z., Cyprus X. Smyrnios, and Sabine B. Klein, eds. (2006). Handbook of Research on Family Business. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
Puig Raposo, Nuria, and Paloma Fernández Pérez (2008). “La gran empresa familiar española en el siglo XX: claves de su profesionalización.” Revista de la Historia de la Economía y de la Empresa, II(2): 93–122.
Radcliffe-Brown, Alfred Reginald, and Cyril Daryll Forde, eds. (1950). African Systems of Kinship and Marriage. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Rey, Marta, and Nuria Puig (2013). “Globalization and the Organization of Family Philanthropy: A Case of Isomorphism?Business History, 55(2): 1–28.
Rodríguez, Pablo, coord. (2004). La familia en Iberoamérica 1550–1980. Bogotá: Convenio Andrés Bello-Universidad Externado de Colombia.
Rose, M.B., ed. (1995). Family Business. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
Sharma, Pramodita (2004). “An Overview of the Field of Family Business Studies: Current Status and Directions for Future.” Family Business Review, 17(1): 1–36.
Sharma, Pramodita, J.J. Chrisman, and J.H. Chua (1996). A Review and Annotated Bibliography of Family Business Studies. Norwell, MA: Kluwer Academic.
Sharma, Pramodita, J.J. Chrisman, and J.H. Chua (1997). “Strategic Management of the Family Business: Past Research and Future Challenges.” Family Business Review, 10(1): 1–135.
Sharma, Pramodita, F. Hoy, J.H. Astrachan, and M. Koiranen (2007). “The Practice-driven Evolution of Family Business Education.” Journal of Business Research, 60(10): 1012–21.
Smith, Tom W. (1999). The Emerging 21st Century American Family. GSS Social Change Report no. 42. Chicago: National Opinion Research Center, University of Chicago.
Stone, Lawrence (1977). The Family, Sex and Marriage in England, 1500–1800. New York: Harper & Row.
Tàpies, Josep (2009). Empresa familiar: Ni tan pequeña, ni tan joven. Una renovada aproximación a la edad y el tamaño de la empresa familiar española. Barcelona: Fundación Jesús Serra/Catalana Occidente.

Publications

Ariès, Philippe (1960). L’enfant et la vie familiale sous l'ancien régime. Paris: Plon.
Ariès, Philippe, and GeorgeDuby, eds. (1986). Histoire de la vie privée. Paris: Seuil.
Beckhard, Richard, and GibbDyer W. Jr. (February 1981). “Challenges and Issues in Managing Family Firms.” Working Paper, AlfredP.Sloan School of Management, MIT, pp. 1181–88.
Bird, Barbara, Harold Welsch, Joseph H. Astrachan, and David Pistrui (2002). “Family Business Research: The Evolution of an Academic Field.” Family Business Review, 15(4): 337–50.
Canals, Carles M. (2009). Sabiduría práctica. 50 años del IESE. Barcelona: Planeta.
Casey, James (1989). The History of the Family. Oxford: Blackwell.
Casson, Mark (1999). “The Economics of the Family Firm.” Scandinavian Economic History Review, 47(1): 10–23.
Chacón, Francisco, and Juan Hernández, coord. (2007). Espacios sociales, universos familiares. La familia en la historiografía española: XXV aniversario del Seminario Familia y élite de poder en el Reino de Murcia siglos XV-XIX. Murcia: Ediciones Universidad de Murcia.
Chacón, Francisco, Eni Mesquita, Teresa Lozano, and Antonio Irigoyen (2003). Sin distancias: familia y tendencias historiográficas en el siglo XX. Murcia: Universidad de Murcia.
Colli, Andrea (2011). “Family firms in European Economic History.” In Isabelle Stamm, Peter Breithschmid, and Martin Kohli (eds.), Doing Succession in Europe. Generational Transfers in Family Businesses in Comparative Perspective. Zurich: Schulthess Verlag 29–58.
Colli, Andrea, Paloma Fernández Pérez, and Mary B. Rose (2003). “National Determinants of Family Firm Development? Family Firms in Britain, Spain and Italy in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries.” Enterprise & Society, 4(1): 28–64.
Collier, Peter, and David Horowitz (1987). Los Rockefeller. Barcelona: Tusquets Editores (English original: The Rockefellers. An American Dynasty, 1976).
Duby, Georges, and J. Le Goff, eds. (1977). Famille et parenté dans l'occident medieval. Rome: École Française de Rome.
Evans-Pritchard, E.E. (1940). The Nuer: A Description of the Modes of Livelihood and Political Institutions of a Nilotic People, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Fagerberg, Jan, David C. Mowery, and Richard Nelson (2005). The Oxford Handbook of Innovation. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Fernández Pérez, Paloma (1997). El rostro familiar de la metrópoli. Redes de parentesco y lazos mercantiles en Cádiz 1700–1812. Madrid: Siglo XXI.
Fernández Pérez, Paloma (2003). “Reinstalando la empresa familiar en la Economía y la Historia Económica. Una aproximación a debates teóricos recientes.” Cuadernos de Economía y Dirección de Empresas, 17: 45–66.
Fernández Pérez, Paloma (2007). “Small Firms and Networks in Capital Intensive Industries. The Case of Spanish Steel Wire Manufacturing.” Business History, 49(5): 647–77.
Fernández Pérez, Paloma (2012). La última globalización y el renacer de los grandes negocios familiares en el mundo. Bogotá: Universidad de los Andes-Cátedra Corona.
Fernández Pérez, Paloma, and Nuria Puig (2004). “Knowledge and Training in Family Firms of the European Periphery. Spain 18th to 20th centuries.” Business History, 46(1): 79–99.
Fernández Pérez, Paloma, and Núria Puig (2007). “Bonsais in a wild forest. A historical interpretation of the longevity of large Spanish family firms.” Revista de Historia Económica-Journal of Iberian and Latin American Economic History, XXV(3): 459–97.
Fernández Pérez, Paloma, and Mary B. Rose, eds. (2010). Innovation and Entrepreneurial Networks in Europe. New York: Routledge.
Flandrin, Jean Louis (1976). Familles, parenté, maison, sexualité dans l'ancienne Société. Paris: Hachette.
Gallo, Miguel Ángel (2008). Ideas básicas para dirigir la empresa familiar. Pamplona: Ediciones Universidad de Navarra (EUNSA).
Gallo, Miguel Ángel, Sabine Klein, Daniella Montemerlo, SalvatoreTomaselli, and Kristin Cappuyns (2009). La empresa familiar multigeneracional. Pamplona: Ediciones Universidad de Navarra (EUNSA).
Gallo, Miguel Ángel, and Salvatore Tomaselli (2006). Protocolo familiar: Sus resultados. Madrid: Fundación Rafael Escolá/Family Business Consulting Group España.
García González Cuenca, Francisco, coord. (2008). La historia de la familia en la Península Ibérica. Balance regional y perspectivas. Homenaje a Peter Laslett. Cuenca: Ediciones de la Universidad de Castilla La Mancha.
Gies, Frances, and JosephGies (1987). Marriage and the Family in the Middle Ages. New York: Harper and Row.
Goody, Jack (1983). The Development of the Family and Marriage in Europe. New York: Cambridge University Press.
Hall, Peter Dobkin (1988). “A Historical Overview of Family Firms in the United Status.” Family Business Review, 1(1): 51–68.
Hall, Peter D., and George E. Marcus (1998). “Why should men leave great fortunes to their children? Class, dynasty and inheritance in America.” In Robert K. Miller Jr. and Stephen J. McNamee (eds.), Inheritance and Wealth in America. New York: Plenum Press, pp. 139–70.
Hollander, Barbara S., and Nancy S. Elman (1988). “Family-Owned Businesses: An Emerging Field of Inquiry.” Family Business Review, 1(2): 145–64.
Instituto de la Empresa Familiar (2004). Actividades y logros de los primeros años del IEF 1992–2004. Barcelona: IEF.
Jones, Geoffrey, and Mary B. Rose, eds. (1993). Special Issue on Family Capitalism. Business History, 35(4).
Kaslow, Florence W. (2006). “Brief History of the Family Firm Institute.” In F.W. Kaslow (ed.), Handbook of Family Business and Family Business Consultation. A Global Perspective (pp. 3–24). Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press.
Khurana, Rakesh (2007). From Higher Aims to Hired Hands: The Social Transformation of American Business Schools and the Unfulfilled Promise of Management as a Profession. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
Kipping, Matthias (1999). “American Management Consulting Companies in Western Europe, 1920 to 1990: Products, Reputation and Relationships.” Business History Review, 73(2): 190–220.
Lank, Alden G., and Albert J. Thomassen (1991). “Introducing the Family Business Network.” Family Business Review, 4(2): 225–30.
Lansberg, Ivan (1988). “Family Business as an Emerging Field.” Family Business Review, 1(1): 1–8.
Lansberg, Ivan (1993). “Reflections of the Founder: A Conversation with Barbara Hollander.” Family Business Review, 6(3): 313–25.
Lévi-Strauss, Claude (1947). Les structures élémentaires de la parenté. Paris: P.U.F.
Lewin, Linda (1987). Politics and Parentela in Paraiba: A Case Study of Family-Based Oligarchy. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
Marcus, George, and Peter D. Hall (1992). Lives in Trust. The Fortunes of Dynastic Families in Late Twentieth Century America. Boulder, CO: Westview Press.
Ngô, Bá Thành (1963). La sociedad anónima familiarante la ley española de 1951. Barcelona, Editorial Hispano Europea.
Ozment, Steven (1983). When Fathers Ruled: Family Life in Reformation Europe. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Poutziouris, Panikkos Z., Cyprus X. Smyrnios, and Sabine B. Klein, eds. (2006). Handbook of Research on Family Business. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing.
Puig Raposo, Nuria, and Paloma Fernández Pérez (2008). “La gran empresa familiar española en el siglo XX: claves de su profesionalización.” Revista de la Historia de la Economía y de la Empresa, II(2): 93–122.
Radcliffe-Brown, Alfred Reginald, and Cyril Daryll Forde, eds. (1950). African Systems of Kinship and Marriage. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Rey, Marta, and Nuria Puig (2013). “Globalization and the Organization of Family Philanthropy: A Case of Isomorphism?Business History, 55(2): 1–28.
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