Doing Succession in Europe. Generational Transfers in Family Businesses in Comparative Perspective
Title: Doing Succession in Europe. Generational Transfers in Family Businesses in Comparative Perspective
Citation: Zurich/Basel/Geneva, Schulthess Juristische Medien AG, 2011
Family enterprises make up the majority of all businesses across Western Europe. Nonetheless, they are seen as an endangered species. Succession is an especially critical moment for their survival. The succession process is shaped by the dynamics of generational relations in the family. Different institutional contexts between countries create diverse conditions for the negotiation between the generations. "Doing Succession in Europe" examines whether and how succession processes in European family businesses vary. Scholars of the family, capitalism, welfare state and law discuss comparative findings and ideas; business and legal experts highlight the concrete practices.
Subject: family enterprises; family businesses
Type of Access: openAccess