FAMILY BUSINESS REPORT_NOV2010.pdf (314.95 kB)
UK family businesses: industrial and geographical context, governance and performance
reportposted on 2017-07-26, 09:26 authored by Louise ScholesLouise Scholes, Nick Wilson, Mike Wright, Hannah Noke, Ali Altanar
This report investigates family businesses in the UK and focuses on their incidence, industrial and geographical context and their governance and performance relative to non-family businesses. The sample includes near population UK data for the period 2007 to 2009 of privately held incorporated firms (excluding listed/quoted firms) and analyses around 3 million firm-year observations. The report compares and contrasts family businesses with non-family businesses with reference to governance and performance during the current recession. Family businesses that are structured with 'family trusts/settlements' are considered as an important sub-sample of family businesses in the report. The analysis highlights important differences between family and non-family firms across a number of dimensions of governance and firm performance.
Institute for Family Business.
- Loughborough University London
Published inUK FAMILY BUSINESSES: INDUSTRIAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL CONTEXT, GOVERNANCE AND PERFORMANCE
CitationSCHOLES, L. ... et al., 2010. UK family businesses: industrial and geographical context, governance and performance. London: IFB Research Foundation.
PublisherIFB Research Foundation
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