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    National Tsing Hua University Institutional Repository > 科技管理學院  > 科管院出版品 > 組織與管理 > 第二卷第二期 >  家族集團接班資源與角色鑲嵌關係:網絡觀點之初探

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    Title: 家族集團接班資源與角色鑲嵌關係:網絡觀點之初探
    The Relationship between Succession Resources and Role Embeddedness in Family Business Group: A Network Perspective
    Authors: 鍾喜梅;林佳慧;Hsi-Mei Chung;Chai-Hui Lin
    Date: 2009/08
    Publisher: 台灣組織與管理學會
    Relation: 組織與管理,台灣組織與管理學會,2009,v.2,n.2,P155.
    Keywords: 家族接班
    Abstract: Succession is one of the toughest questions for family businesses, which depends on a variety of factors, including the status of and the resources available for potential successors in the family. The succession process can thus be considered a contest among family members in the next generation. From the perspective of network theory, this paper aims to investigate the extent to which the role embeddedness of family members influences the resource available for potential successors. In a sample of 50 family members in two family business groups over two decades, the study shows that the age differential, gender of potential successors, their horizontal roles at the dyad level, and the born-by-the-same-mother nature may determine their resource availability and power controlled.
    URI: http://www.taom.org.tw/
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