Corporate America's Search for the "Right" Direction: Outlook and Opportunities for Family Firms
Economics, Finance, & Quantitative Analysis
The recent accounting scandals and corporate misdeeds of several high-profile Fortune 500 companies have left the investing public reeling. This paper highlights the attributes and characteristics of family firms that confer operational and financial performance advantages on them vis-à-vis nonfamily, or publicly controlled, firms. As a result, family firms have a unique opportunity to model the way regarding corporate reform.
Adams, A. Frank, Sheb L. True, and Robert D. Winsor. "Corporate America's Search for the "Right" Direction: Outlook and Opportunities for Family Firms." Family Business Review 15.4 (2002): 269-76. Print.