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(2013). IFERA Conference Proceedings 2013: Ownership, Governance and Value in Family Firms, 2013(07.13), 111. - ISBN 978-3-906541-32-7.
   
Sieger, P. (Hrsg.) ; Nason, R. (Hrsg.) ; Sharma, P. (Hrsg.) ; Zellweger, T. (Hrsg.) (2012). Folleto mundial de STEP: Hallazgos prácticos, basados en evidencia para familias empresarias(1), 96.
   
Sieger, P. (Hrsg.) ; Nason, R. (Hrsg.) ; Sharma, P. (Hrsg.) ; Zellweger, T. (Hrsg.) (2011). The Global STEP Booklet: Evidence-based, Practical Insights for Enterprising Families(1), 98.
   
conference paper
Kammerlander, N., Dessi, C., Bird, M., & Floris, M. (2015). The Impact of Storytelling on Innovation: a Multi Case Study. In , pp.1-40: AoM.
   
Michel, A., & Kammerlander, N. (2015). Role and Role Adjustment of Trusted Advisors in the Family Businesses Succession Process: how do the Advisors’ Different Roles influence the Emotions of Incumbent and Successor?. In , pp.1-35: IFERA.
   
Michel, A., & Kammerlander, N. (2015). Advisors' role adjustment during the succession process and its effect on emotions. In , pp.1-40: AoM.
   
Akhter, N., Chirico, F., & Sieger, P. (2015). If We Cannot Have It Then No One Should: Shutting Down Versus Selling in Family Business Portfolios. In , pp.1-40: Academy of Management.
   
Eddleston, K., Sieger, P., & Bernhard, F. (2015). Crisis Coming Home? Firm Performance During the Economic Crisis and Managers' Work-Family Conflict. In , pp.1-40: Academy of Management.
   
Sieger, P., Gruber, M., Fauchart, E., & Zellweger, T. (2015). Measuring the Social Identity of Entrepreneurs: Scale Development and International Validation. In , pp.1-40: Academy of Management.
   
Bird, M., Cabras, S., Dessi, C., Floris, M., & Kammerlander, N. (2015). Synthesizing so far disintegrated literature on leadership transfer: a co-citation analysis. In , pp.1-6.
   
Kammerlander, N., & Rupprecht, M. (2015). So what is most important for you? An empirical ranking of nonfinancial goals. In , pp.1-6.
   
Sieger, P., Treude, M., & Zellweger, T. (2015). Socioemotional Wealth, Ambidexterity, and Family Firm Performance: An Empirical Study. In , pp.1-34: IFERA.
   
Bird, M. (2015). The Impact of Family Capital Resources on Self-employment Exit for Native versus Immigrant Entrepreneurs. In , pp.n.a.: Babson College.
   
Kammerlander, N., & Bird, M. (2015). To Innovate Or Not To Innovate? - That Is The Question! Antecedents Of Post-succession Entrepreneurial Behavior In Family Firms. In , pp.n.a.: BCERC.
   
Kammerlander, N., Rauschnabel, P., & Ivens, B. (2015). "Collaborative Brand Attacks in Social Media: Exploring the Antecedents, Characteristics, and Consequences of a new Form of Brand Crises". In , pp.1-40: AMA.
   
Bird, M. (2014). How much Family is necessary? The Impact of the Family on Firm Growth. In Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings. 2014: Academy of Management, DOI:10.5465/AMBPP.2014.12550abstract.
   
Bergmann, H., & Ostertag, F. (2014). Career Choice Intentions of Mission-driven Students in a Cross-country Perspective. In Entrepreneurship and Sustainability, pp.1-19: International Council of Small Business.
   
Bergmann, H., Hundt, C., & Sternberg, R. (2014). Determinants of Students’ Entrepreneurial Activities: A Multilevel Analysis. In Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings. 2014, pp.1-40: Academy of Management, DOI:10.5465/AMBPP.2014.10061abstract.
   
McNally, J., Martin, B., Honig, B., Bergmann, H., & Piperopoulos, P. (2014). Assessing Kolvereid's (1996) Measure of Entrepreneurial Attitudes. In Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings. 2014, pp.1-39: Academy of Management, DOI:10.5465/AMBPP.2014.12621abstract.
   
Kammerlander, N., Ganter, M., & Zellweger, T. (2014). Succession Dilemmas of Exiting Entrepreneurs: Prioritizing Willingness or Ability?. In , pp.1-40: FGF.
   
Duran, P., Kammerlander, N., van Essen , M., & Zellweger, T. (2014). Are family firms really less innovative? A meta analysis. In , pp.1-50: N/A.
   
Eddleston, K., Sieger, P., & Bernhard, F. (2014). Crisis Coming Home? Exploring the Effects of Firm Performance During the Economic Crisis on Managers' Work-Family Conflict. In , pp.1-35: KMU-HSG.
   
Ganter, M., Kammerlander, N., & Zellweger, T. (2014). Following the family or the corporate logic? An empirical investigation of two entrepreneurial exit dilemmas. In , pp.1-40: KMU-HSG.
   
Kammerlander, N., & Zellweger, T. (2014). The Incumbent's Dilemma when Exiting the Firm - an Experiment. In .
   
Fueglistaller, U., Fust, A., Burger, D., Varonier, J. ., & Welter, F. (2014). How SMEs differentiate from others in the Swiss wine market with respect to their market orientation and entrepreneurial orientation. In , pp.1-21. St.Gallen: KMU-HSG.
   
Fust, A., Wustrow, P., & Fueglistaller, U. (2014). Entrepreneurs’ Information Search Behavior in SMEs: Development of a Scale. In Entrepreneurship and Sustainability.
   
Fust, A., & Jenert, T. (2014). Self-Regulation and Entrepreneurial Learning. In Entrepreneurship and Sustainability.
   
Fust, A. (2014). Innovative Behavior of Entrepreneurs: A Systematic Literature Review. In Entrepreneurship and Sustainability.
   
Acklin, C., & Fust, A. (2014). Towards a dynamic mode of design management and beyond. In Proceedings from the The 19th DMI. Boston: Design Management Institute.
   
Gasda, J. M., Kammerlander, N., & Fueglistaller, U. (2014). What Drives SME Managers to Balance Exploration and Exploitation? An Agency Perspective. In Entrepreneurship and Sustainability, pp.N/A: ICSB (Washington).
   
Volery, T. (2014). Die Zukunft der Entrepreneurship Education in Deutschland. In EXIST-Tagungsband 2014, pp.60-63. Berlin: Bundesministerium für Wirtschaft und Energie (BMWi).
   
Ganter, M. (2014). Exploring the impact of firm communication on the organization’s commitment to ethical labels: Do family firms decouple less?. In , pp.35: IFERA.
   
Ganter, M. (2014). Vocabularies of divergent legitimizing strategies and their effect on ethical standardization. In Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings. 2014, pp.40: Academy of Management, DOI:10.5465/AMBPP.2014.13741abstract.
   
Michel, A., & Kammerlander, N. (2014). Role and Role Adjustment of Trusted Advisors in the Family Businesses Succession Planning Process – A Conceptual Model. In , pp.1-35: IFERA.
   
Ganter, M., Kammerlander, N., & Zellweger, T. (2014). The Incumbent’s Dilemma when Exiting the Firm: Torn between the Family and the Corporate Logic. In Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings. 2014, pp.1-40: Academy of Management, DOI:10.5465/AMBPP.2014.227.
   
Duran, P., Kammerlander, N., van Essen , M., & Zellweger, T. (2014). Family Firm Innovativeness—A Meta-Analysis. In Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings. 2014, pp.1-40: Academy of Management, DOI:10.5465/AMBPP.2014.12896abstract.
   
Sieger, P., & Minola, T. (2014). Family's Financial Support as Poisoned Gift-A Family Embeddedness View on Entrepreneurial Intentions. In Academy of Management Annual Meeting Proceedings. 2014, pp.1-40: Academy of Management, DOI:10.5465/AMBPP.2014.12130abstract.
   
Sieger, P., Zellweger, T., & Fueglistaller, U. (2014). Succession Intentions Across the Globe: The Role of Institutional Factors. In , pp.1-35: IFERA.
   
Ganter, M. (2014). Maintaining legitimacy under institutional complexity— The diverging effect of civic and domestic justifications on ethical standardization. In Proceedings of the 30th EGOS Colloquium, pp.10: EGOS.
   
Hellerstedt, K. ., Bird, M., & Wennberg, K. (2013). The Impact of Socio-demographic Dissimilarity on the Longevity of External Directors in Family Firms. In , pp.n.a.: BCERC.
   
Schrettle, T., & Fueglistaller, U. (2013). Strategic Initiatives as Motors of Change – A Qualitative Approach to Strategic Renewal. In , pp.1-40. New York: Academy of Management.
   
Burger, D., Fueglistaller, U., & Fust, A. (2013). Salespersons' Empathy: A Systematic Literature Review and Research Agenda. In .
   
Kammerlander, N. (2013). "I Want This to Be in Good Hands" - Sales Price Expectations of Resigning Entrepreneurs. In , pp.1-36: The Ratio Institute.
   
Bergmann, H., & Mueller, S. (2013). The Effect of Business Planning Education on Causation and Effectuation Practices in a Cross-Country Setting. In , pp.1: EM Lyon.
   
Bergmann, H., Hundt, C., & Sternberg, R. (2013). The Interplay of Individual and Contextual Factors in the Formation of University Start-Ups: A Multi-level Analysis of Nascent Entrepreneurs. In eInnovations: Challenges and Impacts for Individuals, Organizations and Society, 1. Auflage, pp.18. Babson Park: Babson College / EM Lyon.
   
Kammerlander, N., Fust, A., Burger, D., & Fueglistaller, U. (2013). Regulatory Focus of CEOs and Organizational Ambidexterity in SMEs. In Capitalism in Question, pp.1-40. New York: Academy of Management.
   
Kammerlander, N., & Ganter, M. (2013). Attention-based View of Family Firm Adaptation to Discontinuities: The Role of Non-financial Goals. In Capitalism in Question, pp.1-40. New York: Academy of Management.
   
Zellweger, T., Ganter, M., & Sieger, P. (2013). Intergenerational Transfer of Family Firm Control: Discount Expectations of Potential Successors. In Capitalism in Question, pp.1-40. New York: Academy of Management.
   
Madison, K., Kellermanns, F. W., & Zellweger, T. (2013). Socioemotional Wealth and Family Firm Performance: Economic Gains from Pursuing Noneconomic Goals. In Capitalism in Question, pp.40. New York: Academy of Management.
   
Zellweger, T., & Brauer, M. (2013). Selling what you love: Divestiture activity in family-controlled firms. In Capitalism in Question, pp.36. Chicago: Academy of Management.
   
De Massis, A., Sieger, P., Vismara, S., & Chua, J. (2013). Family Firm Incumbent's Attitude Toward Intra-family Succession: Antecedents and Effects on Intentions. In Capitalism in Question, pp.40. Chicago: Academy of Management.
   
Bird, M. (2012). Regional Influences on Family and Non-Family Start-ups. In , pp.n.a.: AOM.
   
Kammerlander, N. (2012). Role of Information Asymmetries in the Entrepreneurial Exit Process. In , pp.1-40: NA.
   
Burger, D., Müssig, A., & Blumer, A. (2012). The Use Of Substantive Aggregate Analytical Procedures: Do Auditors Particularly Rely On Nonsignificant Outcomes?. In CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS, EAA 2012, Paper 17, pp.300. Brüssel: European Accounting Association EAA. - ISBN 978-961-240-233-4.
   
Kammerlander, N., König, A., & Enders, A. (2012). How organizational identity affects incumbents’ adaptation to discontinuous technological changes: An empirical study in the German book publishing industry. In TIE Tagung 2012, pp.1. Göttingen: VHB Association for Business Research.
   
Do, T. H., Mazzarol, T., Volery, T., & Reboud, S. (2012). Commercialisation Management and Anticipated Returns:: A typology of Innovative SMEs. In Leading from the Edge, 1. Auflage, pp.24 (761-784). Washington: ICSB (International Council for Small Business. - ISBN 978-0-9819028-4-5.
   
Bergmann, H. (2012). Opportunity-Recognition Beliefs among Student Entrepreneurs. In The Informal Economy, 1. Auflage. Chicago: Academy of Management.
   
Do, T. H., Mazzarol, T., Volery, T., & Reboud, S. (2012). Innovation Commercialisation and Anticipated Return: A Typology of Innovative SMEs. In Leading From The Edge, 1. Auflage, pp.23 (761-784). Washington: ICSB. - ISBN 978-0-9819028-4-5.
   
Sieger, P., & Minola, T. (2012). What makes next generation members found their own firm: knowledge, contacts, or money?. In In Search of a Dynamic Equilibrium: Exploring and Managing Tensions in Entrepreneurship and SMEs. St. Gallen: KMU Verlag. - ISBN 978-3-906541-30-3.
   
Pullich, J. (2012). Entrepreneurs’ Perceived Social Support: Trait-like Characteristic or Developable Social Capital?. In Work, Wellbeing and Performance, pp.1-12. Sheffield, UK: The Institute of Work Psychology.
   
Gasda, J. M. (2012). A Relational View on Intrapreneurial Behavior: A social cognitive Framework of employee´s individual level entrepreneurial behavior for the SME-context. In 57th ICSB World Conference, 1. Auflage, pp.19. Washington: ICSB. - ISBN 978-0-9819028-4-5.
   
Fust, A. (2012). Innovative Entrepreneurs in Handicraft Businesses: Unintentional Opportunity Discovery and Motivation for Exploitation. In 57th ICSB World Conference, 1. Auflage, pp.23 (S. 816-839). Washington: ICSB. - ISBN 978-0-9819028-4-5.
   
Fust, A., Grand, S., & Fueglistaller, U. (2012). Customer interaction of small business owners and the discovery of disruptive opportunities: Is Knowledge Diversity the Missing Link?. In 57th ICSB World Conference, pp.2. Washington: ICSB.
   
Fust, A., Gasda, J. M., & Fueglistaller, U. (2012). Entrepreneurial information channels for early stage opportunity discovery: Empirical study of SMEs. In The Informal Economy, Paper 725, pp.36. Chicago: Academy of Management.
   
Dehlen, T. (2012). Stuck in the Middle: Socioemotional Wealth, Financial Wealth, and Divestiture Activity in Family Firms. In TSocial Innovation for Competitiveness, Organisational Performance and Human Excellence, pp.40: RSM.
   
Kammerlander, N., König, A., & Enders, A. (2012). Organizational Identity, Adaptation to Discontinuous Change, and the Role of Family Ownership: Evidence from Publishing Houses’ Responses to Digitization. In Unternehmungsführung in Europa: Interkulturelle Fragen, pp.40. Bozen: VHB - Verband der Hochschullehrer für Betriebswirtschaft.
   
Dehlen, T., Zellweger, T., Halter, F., Kammerlander, N., & Durst, S. (2012). The Role of Information Asymmetry for the Choice between Family External and Internal Exit Routes. In , 1. Auflage, pp.40. Springfield IL: IFERA c/o College of Business & Management.
   
Dehlen, T. (2012). Inertia toward Divestitures: A Family Firm's Curse?. In The Informal Economy, Paper 1569, pp.40. New York: Academy of Management.
   
Dehlen, T., & Zellweger, T. (2012). Acquisitions by Family Firms: The Role of Socioemotional Wealth. In The Informal Academy, Paper 1667, pp.40. New York: Academy of Management.
   
De Massis, A., Sieger, P., Vismara, S., & Chua, J. (2012). What makes them pass it on? The Incumbent's Intra-Family Succession Intentions. In Emotional Dynamics in the Family Business, 1. Auflage, pp.30. Springfield IL: IFERA c/o College of Business & Management.
   
Sieger, P., & Minola, T. (2012). Offspring's Founding Intentions and Family's Resource Provision: When Theory of Planned Behavior meets the Resource-based View. In Emotional Dynamics in the Family Business: Theory - Practice - Policy, 1. Auflage 2012, pp.30. Springfield IL: IFERA c/o College of Business & Management.
   
Kammerlander, N. (2012). The Influence of Organizational Social Capital on Strategic Behavior: An Explorative Study of Family Firms’ Innovativeness. In Behavior Issues and Micro-processes in Family Enterprises, pp.1-5. Vermont: The University of Vermont.
   
Kammerlander, N., König, A., & Enders, A. (2012). Organizational Identity and Adaptation to Discontinuous Change: The Role of Focus and Locus. In The Informal Economy (Boston 2012), Paper 1741, pp.1-40. New York: Academy of Management.
   
Sieger, P., Zellweger, T., & Fueglistaller, U. (2012). Toward an Institutional Extension of Theory of Planned Behavior: The Case of Succession Intentions. In The Informal Economy (Boston 2012), Paper 1231, pp.40. New York: Academy of Management.
   
Sieger, P., & Monsen, E. (2012). Founder, Employee, or Academic?: A Third Career Option and an Extension of Theory of Planned Behavior. In The Informal Economy (Boston 2012), Paper 933, pp.40. New York: Academy of Management.
   
Do, T. H., Volery, T., Mazzarol, T., & Reboud, S. (2011). The Determinants of Innovation Rent. In Back to the future: Changes in Perspective of Global Entrepreneurship and Innovation, pp.30. Washington DC: ICSB International Council for Small Business. - ISBN 978-0-9819028-3-8.
   
Kammerlander, N., König, A., & Schillo, B. (2011). How Do Established Family Businesses Adapt to Technological Discontinuities?: A Series of Inductive Case Studies. In The Challange of Family Business to Balance Tradition and Change, pp.1. Brüssel: EIASM.
   
Habisreutinger, C., Müller, C., & Cesinger, B. (2011). Merkmale und Herausforderungen von International New Ventures, am Beispiel des deutschsprachigen sowie des fern- und südostasiatischen Raumes. In G-Forum 2011. Bonn: FGF, Förderkreis Gründungs-Forschung e.V..
   
Habisreutinger, C., Müller, C., Ludin, G., & Buschlinger, E. (2011). Projekt – Engpassorientierte Führung von Wachstumsunternehmen. In G-Forum 2011. Bonn: FGF, Förderkreis Gründungs-Forschung e.V..
   
Kammerlander, N., König, A., & Enders, A. (2011). How Do Established Family Businesses Adapt to Technological Discontinuities?: A Series of Inductive Case Studies. In , pp.1-5. University of Vermont: FERC.
   
König, A., Kammerlander, N., & Enders, A. (2011). The Family Factor: Family Influence and Incumbent Response to Discontinuous Change. In West meets East:, Paper Session 784, pp.1-40. New York: Academy of Management.
   
Lorz, M., Mueller, S., & Volery, T. (2011). Entrepreneurship Education: A Meta Analysis of Impact Studies and Applied Methodologies. In G-Forum 2011. Bonn: Förderkreis Gründungs-Forschung e.V..
   
Bergmann, H., & Stephan, U. (2011). Cross-National Differences in the Transition from Nascent Entrepreneurship to New Business Ownership. In West meet East: Enlightening, Balancing, Transcending, Paper Session: 721. New York: Academy of Management.
   
Pullich, J., & Volery, T. (2011). Entrepreneurs' Perception of Social Support and Health: Does Business Size Matter?. In Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research, Vol. 31, pp.8. Massachusetts: Babson Digital Knowledge.
   
Bergmann, H. (2011). Opportunity Recognition among Intentional and Nascent Entrepreneurs. In Back to the Future: Changes in Perspectives of Global Entrepreneurship and Innovation, Paper 452. Washington: ISCB International Council for Small Business.
   
Zellweger, T., & Dehlen, T. (2011). How Socioemotional Wealth Biases Survival Risk Perceptions among Family Owners. In . Springfield IL: IFERA - International Family Enterprise Research Academy.
   
Sieger, P., Bernhard, F., & Frey, U. (2011). The Committed and the Happy: Exploring the Effects of Justice and Ownership Perceptions among Non-family Employees. In , pp.20. Springfield: IFERA - International Family Enterprise Research Academy.
   
Memili, E., Kellermanns, F. W., Eddleston, K. H., & Zellweger, T. (2011). The Link Between Family Firm Dynamics, Image and Firm Performance. In Strategies for a Multi-Polar World, pp.1-35. Chicago: SMS Strategic Management Society.
   
Sieger, P., Bernhard, F., & Frey, U. (2011). Psychological Ownership of Employees as a Mediator in the Justice-Affective Commitment Relationship. In West meets East, Paper Session 849, pp.35. New York: Academy of Management.
   
Sieger, P. (2011). Entrepreneurial Middle-level Managers: The Roles of Psychological Ownership & Organizational Factors. In West meets East, Paper Session 1038, pp.39. New York: Academy of Management.
   
Zellweger, T., Dehlen, T., & Kellermanns, F. W. (2011). How Socioemotional Wealth biases Survival Risk Perceptions among Family Firm Owners. In West meets East, Paper Session 609, pp.1-30. New York: Academy of Management.
   
Bergmann, H., & Arenius, P. (2010). Explaining differences in the structure of early-stage entrepreneurial activity across countries. In . London: Imperial College.
   
Zellweger, T., & Dehlen, T. (2010). Value is in the Eye of the Owner: Affect Infusion and Minimum Acceptable Sale Prices for Private Family Ownership. In Value Creation in Private Family Firms.
   
Schrettle, T., & Fueglistaller, U. (2010). Action versus Reflection: Organizational Improvisation and the Emergence of Bottom-up Strategic Initiatives. In Intersections of Strategy Processes and Strategy Practices, pp.8. Chicago: SMS Strategic Management Society.
   
Durst, S., Halter, F., & Baldegger, U. (2010). The Successors or the neglected perspective in company succession in Family Firms. In BCERC 2010 Proceedings. Wellesley: Babson College.
   
Schrettle, T., Fueglistaller, U., Gasda, J. M., & Fust, A. (2010). Men of Action: The Influence of Organizational Improvisation on Opportunity Recognition. In 2010 BCERC Proceedings, pp.1. Wellesley: Babson College.
   
Fust, A., Grand, S., & Fueglistaller, U. (2010). Customer-related Opportunity Discovery: An Entrepreneurial Perspective of Early-Stage Innovation Processes. In Strategic Entrepreneurship – The Promise for Future Entrepreneurship, Family Business and SME Research?, pp.13. St. Gallen: Verlag KMU-HSG.
   
Bergmann, H., & Baltrusaityte-Axelson, J. (2010). "You Can't Always Get What You Want": Why Nascent Entrepreneurs Change Their Growth Expectations During the Start-up Process. In BCERC 2010. Babson Park, MA: Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research.
   
Clinton, E., Nason, R. S., & Zellweger, T. (2010). The Effect of Reputation on Entrepreneurial Behavior in Family Firms: A Resource Perspective. In Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research 2010, pp.1. Babson Park, Massachusetts: Babson College. - ISBN 0-910897-32-8.
   
Sieger, P. (2010). How to Foster Entrepreneurial Behavior of Non-Family Middle-Level Managers: The Role of Psychological Ownership. In IFERA Lancaster 2010, pp.20. Springfield: IFERA.
   
 
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