IFERA 2016: Program

   PROGRAM - Updated on March 10, 2016
Sunday, June 26, 2016
14:00-17:00    IFERA Board Meeting
Conference room??
18:00-21:00    Welcome reception for participants of Doctoral and Faculty consortium participants
Informal get together
Monday, June 27, 2016
08:30-09:00    Registration and Coffee
???
09:00-09:15    Welcome and information about the logistics of the day
Room: PERKINS (2.04)
09:15-10:15    Consortiums and PDW sessions
   Session Doctoral Consortium-Beginner - xxx - Room: KAPPUYNS (1.05)
   Session Doctoral Consortium-Advanced - xxx - Room: LANK (1.08)
   Session Faculty Development Consortium - xxx - Room: MURRAY (1.09)
   Session Professional Development Workshop 9:30-10:45 - xxx - Room: TOMASELLI (4.07)
10:15-10:30    COFFEE BREAK
???
10:30-11:30    Consortiums and PDW sessions
   Session Doctoral Consortium-Beginner - xxx - Room: KAPPUYNS (1.05)
   Session Doctoral Consortium-Advanced - xxx
   Session Faculty Development Consortium - xxx - Room: MURRAY (1.09)
  
11:30-12:30    Consortiums and PDW
   Session Doctoral Consortium-Beginner - Breakout session
   Session Doctoral Consortium-Advanced - xxx - Room: LANK (1.08)
   Session Faculty Development Consortium - xxx - Room: MURRAY (1.09)
11:00-12:30    Session Professional Development Workshop Advanced - xxx - Room: TOMASELLI (4.07)
12:30-13:15    LUNCH BREAK
13:15-14:00   
Room: PERKINS (2.04)
14:00-15:00    Consortiums and PDW
   Session Doctoral Consortium-Beginner - xxx - Room: KAPPUYNS (1.05)
   Session Doctoral Consortium-Advanced & Faculty Development Consortium - xxx - Room: PERKINS (2.04)
   Session Faculty Development Consortium - xxx - Room: PERKINS (2.04)
   Session Professional Development Workshop 13:15-15:00 - xxx - Room: TOMASELLI (4.07)
15:00-15:20    COFFEE BREAK
15:20-16:30    Consortiums and PDW
   Session Doctoral consortium-Beginner - xxx - Room: KAPPUYNS (1.05)
   Session Doctoral Consortium-Advanced & Faculty Development Consortium - Breakout session
   Session Faculty Development Consortium - xxx - Room: MURRAY (1.09)
   xxx - Room: TOMASELLI (4.07)
16:30-17:15    Consortiums and PDW
   Session Doctoral consortium-Beginner - xxx - Room: KAPPUYNS (1.05)
   Session Doctoral consortium-Advanced & Faculty Development consortium - xxx - Room: PERKINS (2.04)
   Session Faculty Development Consortium - xxx - Room: PERKINS (2.04)
17:15-17:45    Conclusion and Acknowledgements
Room: PERKINS (2.04)
19:00-21:00    Welcome reception for all IFERA participants
Location:?
Tuesday, June 28, 2016
08:00-09:00    Conference Registration
Lobby III
09:00-09:15    Welcome Address: IFERA President and Conference Chair
Room: PERKINS (2.04)
09:15-10:30    Keynote Speech
Room: PERKINS (2.04)
10:30-11:00    COFFEE BREAK
???
11:00-12:30    Paper Presentation Sessions (PP)
   Session PP1 - Narratives and other qualitative research methods - Room: PERKINS (2.04)
   Session PP2 - Performance - Room: LANK (1.08)
   Session PP3 - Succession, sustainability and longevity - Room: MURRAY (1.09)
   Session PP4 - Entrepreneurship and new venture creation - Room: TOMASELLI (4.07)
12:30-13:30    IFERA Research & Publications Committee Meeting
Room: 4.08
12:30-13:30    LUNCH BREAK
Chamber of commerce
13:30-14:00    COFFEE BREAK
Chamber of commerce
13:30-14:30    Poster and research dissemination session
Room: Chamber of commerce
   Session PS1 - Posters session - Chamber of Commerce
   Session PS2 - Research Dissemination Session - Chamber of Commerce
13:30-14:00    IFERA Conference and Events Committee Meeting
Room: 5.05
  
14:30-16:00    Discussion Sessions (DS)
   Session DS1 - Succession process and planning - Room: KAPPUYNS (1.05
   Session DS2 - Socioemotional wealth & non-financial goals - Room: LANK (1.08)
   Session DS3 - Narratives - Room: MURRAY (1.09)
16:00-16:30    COFFEE BREAK
Chamber of Commerce
16:00-16:30    IFERA Conference and Events Committee Meeting
Room: 5.05
16:00-16:30    Meet the Editors - JOURNAL OF FAMILY BUSINESS STRATEGY
Room: KAPPUYNS (1.05
16:00-16:30    Meet the Editors - FAMILY BUSINESS REVIEW
Room: LANK (1.08)
16:00-16:30    Meet the Editors - ENTREPRENEURSHIP RESEARCH JOURNAL
Room: ZAHRA (5.03)
16:30-18:00    Discussion Sessions (DS)
   Session DS4 - Family firm competitiveness and value creation - Room: KAPPUYNS (1.05
   Session DS5 - Corporate governance and performance - Room: LANK (1.08)
   Session DS6 - Succession and performance - Room: MURRAY (1.09)
19:30-22:00    SOCIAL DINNER- Andrés Carne de Res
  
Wednesday, June 29, 2016
07:30-08:30    IFERA 2017 Meeting
08:00-08:30    Conference Registration
Chamber of Commerce
08:30-09:45    Keynote Speech -
Room: PERKINS (2.04)
09:45-10:00    COFFEE BREAK
Chamber of Commerce
10:00-11:30    Paper Presentation Sessions (PP)
   Session PP5 - Culture and family dynamics - Room: KAPPUYNS (1.05
   Session PP6 - Governance and boards - Room: LANK (1.08)
   Session PP7 - Emotions, trust and creativity - Room: MURRAY (1.09)
   Session PP8 - Well-being and the sustainable/responsible family business - Room: TOMASELLI (4.07)
11:30-12:15    JFBS BOARD MEETING
Room: Tomaselli (4.07)
11:30-12:15    IFERA FELLOWS Meeting
Room:5:05
12:00-13:00    LUNCH Break
Chamber of commerce
   Session PS3 - Posters session - Room: Chamber of commerce
   Session PS4 - Research Dissemination Session - Room: Chamber of commerce
13:30-15:00    Discussion Sessions (DS)
   Session DS7 - Qualitative research - Room: KAPPUYNS (1.05
   Session DS8 - Corporate and family governance practices - Room: LANK (1.08)
   Session DS9 - Spanish track WIP - Room: LANK (1.08)
15:00-15:30    COFFEE BREAK
Chamber of commerce
15:30-17:00    Paper Presentation Sessions (PP)
   Session PP9 - FB resources, psychological ownership, socioemotional wealth - Room: KAPPUYNS (1.05
   Session PP10 - Acquisition, diversification and dividend policies - Room: LANK (1.08)
   Session PP11 - Nonfamily employees, family offices and professional associations - Room: MURRAY (1.09)
   Session PP12 - Entrepreneurship research, comparing emerging and industrialized countries - Room: TOMASELLI (4.07)
   Session PP13 - Spanish track - Room: TOMASELLI (4.07)
17:30-18:15    Closing & Introduction of 2017 Annual IFERA Conference
Room: PERKINS (2.04)
19:30-22:30    GALA DINNER
22:30-00:00   
PROGRAM IN DETAIL
Tuesday, June 28, 2016
08:00-09:00    Conference Registration
Chamber of Commerce
09:00-09:15    Welcome Address: IFERA President and Conference Chair
Room: PERKINS (2.04)
09:15-10:30    Keynote Speech -
Room: PERKINS (2.04)
10:30-11:00    COFFEE BREAK
Chamber of Commerce
11:00-12:30    Paper Presentation Sessions (PP)
11:00-12:30, Tuesday, June 28    Session PP1 - Narratives and other qualitative research methods - Room: PERKINS (2.04)
Chair: TBD
   Session PP1 - Can you tell me about the future? The family business’s narrative experience of its non-economic goals of growth
Bice Della Piana1,  Vittoria Marino1,  Alessandra Vecchi2
1University of Salerno, 2University of Bologna
   Session PP1 - NARRATIVES AS A TOOL TO REVISIT THE THEORETIZATION OF ENTREPRENEURIAL RESOURCEFULNESS: Evidence from the biography of a habitual family entrepreneur
Matti Koiranen
GENS Oy
   Session PP1 - Duo-etnography as the Qualitative Inquiry in Small Family Business Research
Lukasz Sulkowski and Andrzej Marjanski
University of Social Sciences
11:00-12:30, Tuesday, June 28    Session PP2 - Performance - Room: LANK (1.08)
Chair: TBD
   Session PP2 - Performance Measurement System in a Family Firm: A Case Study during a Generational Change
Sanson R. Gonzalez-Mosso and Jorge A. Duran-Encalada
Universidad de las Americas Puebla
   Session PP2 - The value Relevance of accounting performance measures for quoted family firms: A study in the light of the alignment and entrenchment hypotheses.
Sami BASLY1 and Tayeb SAADI2
1University of Paris West Nanterre La Défense, 2University of Lille
   Session PP2 - The effect of Leverage, Entrepreneurial Orientation and Ownership on Family Manged SMEs’ Performance
Michela C. Mason and Josanco Floreani
DIES University of Udine
11:00-12:30, Tuesday, June 28    Session PP3 - Succession, sustainability and longevity - Room: MURRAY (1.09)
Chair: TBD
   Session PP3 - Unfolding the Surviving Secrets of Century-Old Ethnic Chinese Family Businesses
Roger King and Winnie Qian Peng
HKUST
   Session PP3 - Succession planning in private family firms: Interplay between family governance practices and the board of directors
Ine Umans,  Nadine Lybaert,  Tensie Steijvers,  Wim Voordeckers
Hasselt University
   Session PP3 - Longevity of Family Firms: A Review and Research Agenda
Shankar Sundaram
XLRI
11:00-12:30, Tuesday, June 28    Session PP4 - Entrepreneurship and new venture creation - Room: TOMASELLI (4.07)
Chair: TBD
   Session PP4 - Formation of Family Entrepreneurship in a transition economy: the case of Cuba
Christian Felzensztein1 and Eli Gimmon2
1Kingston University, England, 2Tel Hai College
   Session PP4 - Impact of Family Business Group Characteristics on New Venture Creation: Evidence from India
Kavil Ramachandran1,  Sougata Ray2,  Amit Baran Chakrabarti1
1Indian School of Business, 2Indian Institute of Management Calcutta
   Session PP4 - Inter-organizational Power within Family Business Group: Impact on New Venture Creation
Kavil Ramachandran1,  Sougata Ray2,  Amit Baran Chakrabarti1
1Indian School of Business, 2Indian Institute of Management Calcutta
  
12:30-13:30    LUNCH BREAK
12:30-13:30    IFERA Research & Publications Committee Meeting
Room:5.05
13:30-14:00    COFFEE BREAK
Chamber of Commerce
13:30-14:30    Poster and research dissemination session
Room: POUTZIOURIS (3.04)
13:30-14:30, Tuesday, June 28    Session PS1 - Research Dissemination Session
   Session PS1 - How Do Entrepreneurial Rewards Affect Business Family Offspring’s Entrepreneurial Intentions?
Dan Wang,  Lili Wang,  Ling Chen
Zhejiang University
   Session PS1 - No One Does It Like Frisby Does It
Esteban R. Brenes,  Daniel Calderón,  Caleb A. Pichardo
INCAE Business School
   Session PS1 - The Study of Philanthropy in the Context of Family Firms
Isabel C. Botero1 and Neus Feliu2
1Stetson University, 2Lansberg Gersick Associates
   Session PS1 - Entrepreneurial stewardship in farming families: A case study in Guatemala.
Allan Discua Cruz1 and Marco Vega Solano2
1:ancaster University Management School, 2EAP Zamorano
   Session PS1 - Contextual factors that Affect Selection and Use of Governance Structures in Latin American Family Enterprises
Isabel C. Botero1 and Gonzalo Gomez Betancourt2
1Stetson University, 2INALDE Business Scool
   Session PS1 - How Reported Board Independence Overstates Actual Board Independence in Family Controlled Firms
Iram Ansari1,  Marc Goergen2,  Svetlana Mira3
1Sultan Qaboos University, 2Cardiff University & European Corporate Governance Institute, 3Cardiff University
   Session PS1 - MIXED METHODOLOGY IN FAMILY BUSINESS RESEARCH: PAST ACCOMPLISHMENTS AND PERSPECTIVES FOR THE FUTURE
Raymond Jones and Timothy Reilly
University of Minnesota Duluth
   Session PS1 - PATHWAYS FOR NEXT GENERATION INVOLVEMENT
GUSTAVO GONZALEZ COUTURE and LUIS DIAZ MATAJIRA
Universidad de los Andes
   Session PS1 - Case JC Fix and Repair: A Family Business Faces a Strategic Decision
Jorge Alberto Durán Encalada and Juan Manuel San Martin Reyna
UDLAP
   Session PS1 - Los Retos del Fundador al Enfrentar su Sucesión. Una Visión desde el Propio Fundador.
Ricardo Aparicio
Profesor
  
  
14:30-16:00    Discussion Sessions (DS)
14:30-16:00, Tuesday, June 28    Session DS1 - Succession process and planning - Room: KAPPUYNS (1.05
Chair: TBD
   Session DS1 - Sources of successor commitment to take over
Paul Sanchez-Ruiz,  Ileana Maldonado-Bautista,  Craig Watters
Oklahoma State University
   Session DS1 - Business Succession Knowledge Gap in German Family Firms
Birgit Felden1,  Michael Graffius1,  Laura Marwede1,  Christian Soost2
1Berlin School of Economics and Law, 2University of Siegen
   Session DS1 - Succession planning in different cultures: A comparative analysis of family firms in Germany and Mexico.
Laura Mierzal1,  Johannes Ritz2,  Luis Felipe Torres Gómez3,  Marc-Michael Bergfeld1
1Munich Business School, 2University of Antwerp / Munich Business School, 3ITESM Campus Querétaro
   Session DS1 - The Role of Private Equity in Family Business Growth and Transfer
Alexandra Dawson1 and Céline Barrédy2
1Concordia University, 2Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense
14:30-16:00, Tuesday, June 28    Session DS2 - Socioemotional wealth & non-financial goals - Room: LANK (1.08)
Chair: TBD
   Session DS2 - RISK ACTIVATION PATTERS IN FAMILY FIRMS: SOCIOEMOTIONAL WEALTH AS AN ON / OFF SWITCH
Ivona Ljumic and Gianluca Colombo
Università della Svizzera italiana
   Session DS2 - The mediating role of human resource management in the relationship between socioemotional wealth and performance in family firms: a multilevel approach
Juan David Peláez León1 and Gregorio Sánchez Marín2
1University of Murcia / University of Valle, 2University of Murcia
   Session DS2 - Advancing the Measurement of Non-Financial Goals in Family Business Research
Jeremy Woods,  David Olson,  Derek Stotler
California State University Bakersfield
14:30-16:00, Tuesday, June 28    Session DS3 - Narratives - Room: MURRAY (1.09)
Chair: TBD
   Session DS3 - Between family and business
Ricardo Fainsilber
member
   Session DS3 - TELLING STORIES: THE ROLE OF CREATION NARRATIVES IN CONSUMER PERCEPTIONS TOWARDS FAMILY BUSINESSES
Timothy Reilly and Raymond Jones
University of Minnesota Duluth
   Session DS3 - The Role of Narrative for Family Business Continuity
Connie Atristain and Germán Scalzo
Universidad Panamericana
16:00-16:30    COFFEE BREAK
Chamber of Commerce
16:00-16:30    IFERA Conference and Events Committee Meeting
Room:5.05
16:00-16:30    Meet the Editors - JOURNAL OF FAMILY BUSINESS STRATEGY
Room: 4.08
16:00-16:30    Meet the Editors - FAMILY BUSINESS REVIEW
Room: 5.04
16:00-16:30    Meet the Editors - ENTREPRENEURSHIP RESEARCH JOURNAL
Room: ZAHRA (5.03)
16:30-18:00    Discussion Sessions (DS)
16:30-18:00, Tuesday, June 28    Session DS4 - Family firm competitiveness and value creation - Room: TOMASELLI (4.07)
Chair: TBD
   Session DS4 - The Family Business in the Fishing District of Mazara del Vallo. Critical issues and Dynamics.
Vitalba Ponte,  Salvatore Tomaselli,  Gianna Agrò,  Gioacchino Fazio
Università di Palermo
   Session DS4 - The Competitive Advantage of Family Business Network: A Case Study of Japanese Companies
Yasuhiro Ueno
Kansai University
   Session DS4 - Value Creation in Family Firms: An Empirical Approach
María José Martínez Romero and Alfonso A. Rojo Ramírez
Universidad de Almería
16:30-18:00, Tuesday, June 28    Session DS5 - Corporate governance and performance - Room: ZAHRA (5.03)
Chair: TBD
   Session DS5 - Ownership Governance Practices that Affect the Family Business´ Profitability
Jose Betancourt and Gonzalo Gomez-Betancourt
INALDE Business School, U. de La Sabana
   Session DS5 - Family Conflicts and Family Constitution: Evidence from Spain
Rocio Arteaga
University of Oviedo
   Session DS5 - Boards of directors: Structure, operation and influence on performance of Family Business and Non-Family Business.
Diogenes Lagos Cortes1,  Nidia Costanza Soto Echeverry2,  Jose B Betancourt R1,  Gonzalo Gomez-Betancourt1,  Julian Oswaldo Enriquez Yague2
1Inalde Business School, U. de La Sabana, 2Superintendencia de Sociedades
16:30-18:00, Tuesday, June 28    Session DS6 - Succession and performance - Room: KAPPUYNS (1.05
Chair: TBD
   Session DS6 - Leadership in Succession Process: Creating Value in Family Business
Lilian Snellman
Hanken School of Economics Helsinki
   Session DS6 - Performance Implications of Internal versus External Succession Decisions: The Case of VIP Family Firms
Brinja Meiseberg
Westfaelische Wilhelms-Universitaet Muenster
   Session DS6 - HOW CULTURE AFFECT ON THE FAMILIES' INFLUENCE IN THE INTEGRATION OF NEXT GENERATIONS INTO FAMILY FIRMS
Alvaro Rojas-Vázquez1,  José Daniel Lorenzo-Gómez2,  Alfonso A. RojoRamírez3
1University of Cadiz, 2University of Cádiz, 3Univrsity of Almería
19:30-22:00    SOCIAL DINNER -
Wednesday, June 29, 2016
07:30-08:30    IFERA 2016 Meeting
08:00-08:30    Conference Registration
08:30-09:45    Keynote Speech -Theodore Greenstein "Theories, Methods, and Metamethod: What Sociology of the Family Has to Offer the Family Enterprise Researcher"
Room: KETS DE VRIES
09:45-10:00    COFFEE BREAK
10:00-11:30    Paper Presentation Sessions (PP)
10:00-11:30, Wednesday, June 29    Session PP5 - Culture and family dynamics - Room: KAPPUYNS (1.05
Chair: TBD
   Session PP5 - Exploring Family Firm Dynamics Through Yin and Yang
Wee-Liang Tan1 and Pei Rong2
1Singapore Management Universit, 2Beijing Institute of Technology
   Session PP5 - Re-thinking culture in family business: A twelve-year review
Rocky Adiguna1,  Denise Fletcher1,  Leif Melin2
1University of Luxembourg, 2Jönköping International Business School
   Session PP5 - Culture in Family Business: A Research Review
Pedro Karam and Cláudio Machado Filho
USP (University of São Paulo)
10:00-11:30, Wednesday, June 29    Session PP6 - Governance and boards - Room: LANK (1.08)
Chair: TBD
   Session PP6 - The Role of Relational Governance Mechanisms in Family Firms – A Review and Research Agenda
Christian Rosenkranz
Philipps-University Marburg
   Session PP6 - Directors’ Interlocks, Family Firms, and Performance during Turbulent Times: Evidence from Latin America
Karen Watkins-Fassler1,  Virginia Fernández-Pérez2,  Lázaro Rodríguez-Ariza2
1UPAEP, 2Universidad de Granada
   Session PP6 - Family Business Governance: The Influence of Relational and Formal Measures on Performance
Donella Caspersz,  Chris Graves,  Jeff Lou,  Jill Thomas
The University of Adelaide Business School
10:00-11:30, Wednesday, June 29    Session PP7 - Emotions, trust and creativity - Room: MURRAY (1.09)
Chair: TBD
   Session PP7 - ORGANIZATIONAL CREATIVITY EXPERIENCES IN PUBLICLY TRADED FASHION RETAILERS
Paul Sanchez-Ruiz,  Ileana Maldonado-Bautista,  Craig Watters
Oklahoma State University
   Session PP7 - Particularistic and System Trust in Family Businesses: A Four-C Perspective
Yong Wang1 and Henry Shi2
1University of Wolverhampton, 2University of Adelaide
   Session PP7 - Empathy and Sensibility: The Measure of Bounded Emotionality in Family Firms, Quantitative and Theoretic Considerations
Nava Michael-Tsabari1 and Anat Rafaeli2
1Tel Aviv University, 2Technion, Haifa
10:00-11:30, Wednesday, June 29    Session PP8 - Well-being and the sustainable/responsible family business - Room: KAPPUYNS (1.05
Chair: TBD
   Session PP8 - Addressing Industry Health and Well-being: A Voluntary Professional Association’s Approach that Connected Theory and Family Business to Policy Reform
Christopher Lowe1 and Julia Evans2
1Bus Association Victoria Inc., 2The University of Melbourne
   Session PP8 - The Future of Family Farming: A Literature Review on Innovative, Sustainable and Succession-Oriented Strategies
Julia Suess-Reyes1 and Elena Fuetsch2
1Research associate, 2Research assistant
   Session PP8 - Responsible family ownership’s transmission along generations
Agustín Arredondo1,  Cristina Aragón2,  Cristina Iturrioz2
1Tecnológico de Monterrey campus Aguascalientes, 2associate professor of Deusto
11:30-12:00    IFERA FELLOWS Meeting
12:00-13:30    LUNCH Break
13:30-15:00    Discussion Sessions (DS)
13:30-15:00, Wednesday, June 29    Session DS7 - Qualitative research - Room: LANK (1.08)
Chair: TBD
   Session DS7 - Family Foundations in Spanish Family-Owned Businesses: A Qualitative Study
Lucia Ceja Barba
IESE Business School
   Session DS7 - If Raven taught man to fish what can Raven teach us about family business? The opportunity of indigenous knowledge in family business research.
Albert James
Dalhousie University
   Session DS7 - Employees theft, one of the main cause that limit the growth/and or success of families businesses in Kinshasa, DRC
MICHAEL KONGO
Centre Congolais de microfinance/ Université protestante au Congo
13:30-15:00, Wednesday, June 29    Session DS8 - Corporate and family governance practices - Room: MURRAY (1.09)
Chair: TBD
   Session DS8 - GOVERNANCE IN FAMILY FARM UNITS IN BRAZIL: RELATIONS AMONG MANAGEMENT PRACTICES AND IMPLEMENTATION OF GOVERNANCE MECHANISMS
CLAUDIO MACHADO FILHO1,  SILVIA CALEMAN2,  CHRISTIANO FRANÇA3
1UNIVERSTITY OF SÃO PAULO, 2FEDERAL UNIVERSTITY OF MATO GROSSO DO SUL, 3UNIVERSITY OF CAMPINAS
   Session DS8 - Women’s Involvement in the Family Business: Family and Ownership Purposes
Maria Piedad Lopez-Vergara
INALDE, Business School, Universidad de La Sabana
   Session DS8 - Gender Diversity in Family Firms (FF)
LUZ ELENA OROZCO COLLAZOS
Universidad de los Andes
13:30-15:00, Wednesday, June 29    Session DS9 - Spanish track WIP - Room: MURRAY (1.09)
Chair: TBD
   Session DS9 - “La importancia de la elección del co-piloto en un emprendimiento”
Diego Iturry1,  Pablo Domínguez2,  Anahí Alburqueque2
1Negocios de Familia, 2Business Owners Consulting
   Session DS9 - Acciones que influyen en la satisfacción de un proceso de coaching en la empresa familiar
Katalien Bollen1,  Jose Betancourt2,  Helder Barahona3
1Maastricht University’s School of Business and Economics - University of Leuven, 2Inalde Business School, Universidad de La Sabana, 3Universidad de La Costa
   Session DS9 - PENSAMIENTO DIVERGENTE EN LA GESTIÓN DE EMPRESAS FAMILIARES
Diego Orlando Aponte Chiriví
autor
15:00-15:30    COFFEE Break
15:30-17:00    Paper Presentation Sessions (PP)
15:30-17:00, June 29    Session PP9 - FB resources, psychological ownership, socioemotional wealth - Room: LANK (1.08)
Chair: TBD
   Session PP9 - VRIN Resources, Knowledge Management and Ordinary Capabilities in Family Firms.
Ismael Barros1,  Juan Hernangómez2,  Natalia Martín Cruz2
1Universidad Austral de Chile, 2Universidad de Valladolid
   Session PP9 - Promoting Psychological Ownership among Non-Family Employees: A Case Study
Bart Henssen
Odisee University College
   Session PP9 - Exploring the Influence of Socioemotional Wealth on Change in Family Business: Using the case of an Indonesian and Colombian Family Business
Sarah Sarah Sullivan1,  Donella Caspersz1,  María Piedad López-Vergara2
1The University of Western Australia, 2INALDE, Business School, Universidad de La Sabana
15:30-17:00, June 29    Session PP10 - Acquisition, diversification and dividend policies - Room: MURRAY (1.09)
Chair: TBD
   Session PP10 - Speed Estimation toward Target Capital Structure and Dividend Policy: A Case of Family versus Non-Family Companies in Pakistan
Dr. Safdar Husain Tahir1,  Sanaullah Ansari2,  Ijaz Mustafa Hashmi3,  Prof. Dr. Hazoor Muhammad Sabir1
1GC University Faisalabad Pakistan, 2szabist islamabad, 3NUML Islamabad
   Session PP10 - Impact of Distance on Acquisitions by Family Firms: Evidence from India
Kavil Ramachandran1,  Sougata Ray2,  Amit Baran Chakrabarti1
1Indian School of Business, 2Indian Institute of Management Calcutta
   Session PP10 - How Directors on Mexican Family Firms’ Boards Contribute to Diversification Strategies
Jorge A. Duran-Encalada and Juan M. San Martin-Reyna
Universidad de las Americas Puebla
15:30-17:00, June 29    Session PP11 - Nonfamily employees, family offices and professional associations - Room: TOMASELLI (4.07)
Chair: TBD
   Session PP11 - Non-Family Employees’ Satisfaction with High Involvement Human Resource Practices in Family Firms: A resource based perspective
Hazel Melanie Ramo1,  Michael James Mustafa1,  Donella Casperz2,  Sim Siew-Chen1
1Nottingham University Business School, University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus, 2University of Western Australia
   Session PP11 - One Servant - Many Masters: Unique Agency Costs in Family Offices
Michael Gaska
University of St.Gallen
   Session PP11 - The impact of professional associations on the education, learning and action of policymakers with regard to family enterprises
Maria José Parada1,  Alberto Gimeno1,  Leif Melin2,  Jesús Casado3
1ESADE Business School, 2Jönköping International Business School, 3EFB
15:30-17:00, June 29    Session PP12 - Entrepreneurship research, comparing emerging and industrialized countries - Room: ZAHRA (5.03)
Chair: TBD
   Session PP12 - Family Business in Emerging and Industrialized Markets: Similarities and Differences
Renata Bernardon,  Jefferson Monticelli,  Guilherme Trez
PPGA/Unisinos
   Session PP12 - THE EVOLUTION OF ENTREPRENEURSHIP RESEARCH IN FAMILY BUSINESSES: THREE DECADES IN REVIEW AND FUTURE OUTLOOK
Renata Bernardon1 and Rania Labaki2
1PUCRS/Unisinos, 2EDHEC Business School
15:30-17:00, June 29    Session PP13 - Spanish track - Room: ZAHRA (5.03)
Chair: TBD
   Session PP13 - EL CONCEPTO DE INNOVACIÓN EMPRESARIAL EN LA EMPRESA FAMILIAR: LA VISIÓN DE LOS EXPERTOS
Lorena A Palacios-Chacon and Pablo Alamo
Universidad Sergio Arboleda
   Session PP13 - Gobierno corporativo en empresas familiares de Iberoamérica: Un resumen de la literatura
Diógenes Lagos Cortés1 and Isabel C. Botero2
1Inalde Business School, 2Stetson University
   Session PP13 - Caso de Estudio Eco Hotel Árbol de Fuego
Ceferi Soler1,  Edwin Flores2,  Ricardo Flores2
1ESADE - Barcelona, 2Universidad Centroamericana José Simeón Cañas
17:15-18:00    Closing & Introduction of 2016 Annual IFERA Conference (Sanjay Goel, Iiro Jussila)
Room: PERKINS (2.04)
19:00-22:30    GALA DINNER at Grand Elysee