University of St.Gallen
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journal paper
Sieger, P., Zellweger, T., & Aquino, K. (2013). Turning Agents into Psychological Principals: Aligning Interests of Non-Owners Through Psychological Ownership. Journal of Management Studies, 50(3), 361-388, DOI:10.1111/joms.12017.
   
book chapter
Sieger, P., & Zellweger, T. (2015). Performance of Swiss and German Family Firms: Investigating Strategies, Orientations, and SEW as Determinants. In Eddleston, K., Jennings, D., Jennings, J., & Sarathy, R. (Eds.), Firms within Families: Enterprising in Diverse Country Contexts (pp. 1-40). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.
   
Sieger, P., Ganter, M., & Zellweger, T. (2015). The Family-to-Business Strategies and Experiences of Owner-Managers in Switzerland and Germany: Implications for Personal Well-Being. In Kim, E. ., Jennings, D., Jennings, J. ., & Sarathy, R. (Eds.), Firms within Families: Enterprising in Diverse Country Contexts (pp. 1-40). Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing.
   
conference paper
Sieger, P., Zellweger, T., & Fueglistaller, U. (2014). Succession Intentions Across the Globe: The Role of Institutional Factors. In , pp.1-35: IFERA.
   
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.
   
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.
   
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.
   
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.
   
 
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