Family Business Review published a study of A. Kubíček a O. Machek

The study Intrafamily Conflicts in Family Businesses: A Systematic Review of the Literature and Agenda for Future Research aimed to assess the current state of research on intrafamily conflicts in family firms, systematize the findings, and outline avenues for future research. Based on an analysis of 88 studies, the authos develop an input–process–output framework to synthesize input, process, output, and context variables and identify research gaps. The review bridges the family business and intragroup conflict literature, and based on three levels of analysis (the individual, family, and firm) and the IPO framework, it presents 21 research questions for future research.

Family Business Review (IF=6.188) is the leading journal devoted to family business issues. Meanwhile, it is the 13th most influential journal in the area of Business.

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