We highlight and explain the need to apply a microfoundational lens in order to build and test theory that allows scholars to extend, enrich, and refine current knowledge on family enterprises. Ee encourage scholars to reflect on the importance of applying a microfoundational lens to study family business phenomena, reflect on possible ways to account for microfoundations in future research on different family business topics, and discuss a microfoundational agenda for future family business research.

Advancing family business research: the promise of microfoundations

Foss, Nicolai J.
2018

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We highlight and explain the need to apply a microfoundational lens in order to build and test theory that allows scholars to extend, enrich, and refine current knowledge on family enterprises. Ee encourage scholars to reflect on the importance of applying a microfoundational lens to study family business phenomena, reflect on possible ways to account for microfoundations in future research on different family business topics, and discuss a microfoundational agenda for future family business research.
2018
2018
De Massis, Alfredo; Foss, Nicolai J.
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