Patricio Duran
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Doing more with less: Innovation input and output in family firms
P Duran, N Kammerlander, M van Essen, T Zellweger
Academy of Management Journal, 2015
4572015
Why Is family firms' internationalization unique? A meta-analysis
JL Arregle, P Duran, MA Hitt, M van Essen
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 2016
1432016
Corporate governance in China: A meta‐analysis
CC Mutlu, M Van Essen, MW Peng, SF Saleh, P Duran
Journal of Management Studies 55 (6), 943-979, 2018
492018
Strategic CSR: a concept building meta‐analysis
P Vishwanathan, H van Oosterhout, PP Heugens, P Duran, M Van Essen
Journal of Management studies 57 (2), 314-350, 2020
342020
Family firms, internationalization, and national competitiveness: Does family firm prevalence matter?
M Carney, P Duran, M van Essen, D Shapiro
Journal of Family Business Strategy, 2017
332017
State ownership and political connections
L Tihanyi, RV Aguilera, P Heugens, M van Essen, S Sauerwald, P Duran, ...
Journal of Management, 2019
242019
Political ideologies and the internationalization of family-controlled firms
P Duran, T Kostova, M van Essen
Journal of World Business, 2016
242016
Uncommoditizing strategies by emerging market firms
A Cuervo-Cazurra, J Carneiro, D Finchelstein, P Duran, ...
Multinational Business Review, 0
18*
The impact of institutions on the competitive advantage of publicly-listed family firms in emerging markets
P Duran, M van Essen, P Heugens, T Kostova, M Peng
Global Strategy Journal, 2018
152018
When more is better: Multifamily firms and firm performance
P Duran, M Ortiz
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 44 (4), 761-783, 2020
92020
An institutional perspective of the socioemotional-financial wealth relationship: commentary on Martin and Gomez-Mejia's “The relationship between socioemotional and financial …
P Duran
Management Research: Journal of the Iberoamerican Academy of Management 14 …, 2016
92016
Strategy and performance of family firms: An institutional embeddedness perspective
P Duran
University of South Carolina, 2015
42015
State ownership, political ideology, and firm performance around the world
R Aguilera, P Duran, P Heugens, S Sauerwald, R Turturea, M VanEssen
Journal of World Business, 101113, 2020
32020
Impact of informal institutions on the prevalence, strategy, and performance of family firms: A meta-analysis
P Berrone, P Duran, L Gómez-Mejía, PP Heugens, T Kostova, ...
Journal of International Business Studies, 1-25, 2020
12020
Clutch or crutch? A meta-analytic review of the antecedents and performance consequences of state ownership and political connections.
L Tihanyi, R Aguilera, P Heugens, M van Essen, S Sauerwald, P Duran
Journal of Management, 2019
12019
How firms create value through corporate social performance: A meta-analysis
P Vishwanathan, P Duran
Academy of Management Proceedings 2018 (1), 14104, 2018
12018
Why is Family Firms’ Internationalization Unique? A Meta–Analysis
P Duran, MA Hitt, M van Essen
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 41 (5), 801-831, 2017
12017
The family-legitimizing environment and the prevalence, strategy, and performance of family firms
P Berrone, P Duran, L Gomez-Mejia, P Heugens, M van Essen
Academy of Management Best Paper Proceedings, 2016
12016
Inheritance tax, shareholder protection, and the market value of family firms: A cross‐country analysis
M Ortiz, M Carney, P Duran, M Braun, J Riutort
Global Strategy Journal, 2020
2020
Family Business in Latin America
P Vazquez, IC Botero, U Arzubiaga, E Memili, L Gomez-Mejia, P Duran
JOURNAL OF FAMILY BUSINESS STRATEGY 11 (2), 2020
2020
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