Since the 1980’s, scholars and practitioners have made significant strides in their efforts to advance our understanding of family businesses through scientific research, consulting, professional literature, and popular books. These efforts have brought about the awareness that family-owned businesses make significant contributions to the economic climate in most countries and the communities in which they serve. In the United States, family-owned businesses account for approximately 90 percent of incorporated businesses and employ 85 percent of the private sector (Astrachan & Carey, 1994). In addition, they . . .
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