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Destructive and productive family relationships: A stewardship theory perspective
KA Eddleston, FW Kellermanns
Journal of business venturing 22 (4), 545-565, 2007
14172007
Family control and family firm valuation by family CEOs: The importance of intentions for transgenerational control
TM Zellweger, FW Kellermanns, JJ Chrisman, JH Chua
Organization science 23 (3), 851-868, 2012
10572012
Exploring the concept of familiness: Introducing family firm identity
TM Zellweger, KA Eddleston, FW Kellermanns
Journal of family business strategy 1 (1), 54-63, 2010
10282010
An exploratory study of family member characteristics and involvement: Effects on entrepreneurial behavior in the family firm
FW Kellermanns, KA Eddleston, T Barnett, A Pearson
Family business review 21 (1), 1-14, 2008
9402008
Feuding families: When conflict does a family firm good
FW Kellermanns, KA Eddleston
Entrepreneurship theory and Practice 28 (3), 209-228, 2004
9292004
Corporate entrepreneurship in family firms: A family perspective
FW Kellermanns, KA Eddleston
Entrepreneurship theory and practice 30 (6), 809-830, 2006
8482006
Resource configuration in family firms: Linking resources, strategic planning and technological opportunities to performance
KA Eddleston, FW Kellermanns, R Sarathy
Journal of Management Studies 45 (1), 26-50, 2008
8472008
Are family managers agents or stewards? An exploratory study in privately held family firms
JJ Chrisman, JH Chua, FW Kellermanns, EPC Chang
Journal of Business research 60 (10), 1030-1038, 2007
7162007
The adolescence of family firm research: Taking stock and planning for the future
E Gedajlovic, M Carney, JJ Chrisman, FW Kellermanns
Journal of management 38 (4), 1010-1037, 2012
6422012
Intellectual foundations of current research in family business: An identification and review of 25 influential articles
JJ Chrisman, FW Kellermanns, KC Chan, K Liano
Family Business Review 23 (1), 9-26, 2010
6062010
Innovativeness in family firms: A family influence perspective
FW Kellermanns, KA Eddleston, R Sarathy, F Murphy
Small business economics 38, 85-101, 2012
5892012
A model of business school students' acceptance of a web-based course management system
LL Martins, FW Kellermanns
Academy of Management Learning & Education 3 (1), 7-26, 2004
5872004
Article commentary: Extending the socioemotional wealth perspective: A look at the dark side
FW Kellermanns, KA Eddleston, TM Zellweger
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 36 (6), 1175-1182, 2012
5542012
Family business research in the new millennium: An overview of the who, the where, the what, and the why
BJ Debicki, CF Matherne III, FW Kellermanns, JJ Chrisman
Family Business Review 22 (2), 151-166, 2009
5112009
Are we family and are we treated as family? Nonfamily employees’ perceptions of justice in the family firm
T Barnett, FW Kellermanns
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 30 (6), 837-854, 2006
5082006
Viewing family firm behavior and governance through the lens of agency and stewardship theories
K Madison, DT Holt, FW Kellermanns, AL Ranft
Family Business Review 29 (1), 65-93, 2016
4842016
Exploring the entrepreneurial behavior of family firms: Does the stewardship perspective explain differences?
KA Eddleston, FW Kellermanns, TM Zellweger
Entrepreneurship theory and practice 36 (2), 347-367, 2012
4262012
Development of a socioemotional wealth importance (SEWi) scale for family firm research
BJ Debicki, FW Kellermanns, JJ Chrisman, AW Pearson, BA Spencer
Journal of Family Business Strategy 7 (1), 47-57, 2016
4022016
Knowledge transfer between and within alliance partners: Private versus collective benefits of social capital
J Walter, C Lechner, FW Kellermanns
Journal of business research 60 (7), 698-710, 2007
3962007
Entrepreneurial team composition characteristics and new venture performance: A meta–analysis
L Jin, K Madison, ND Kraiczy, FW Kellermanns, TR Crook, J Xi
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 41 (5), 743-771, 2017
3902017
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