AOM PDW “Rediscovering family business history”

16 07 2019

I’m really looking forward to being part of a PDW “Rediscovering family business history: Bridging the gaps in family business, business history, and organization theory” that will be taking place at this year’s Academy of Management Conference in Boston. The PDW will be taking place Friday, 9 Aug 9 2019, 10:45AM – 12:45PM (Boston Marriott Copley Place/ Simmons).

Round table 1

Mentees Title of the paper Mentors as discussants
Murphree, Michael

(Assistant Professor, Sonoco International Business Department

Darla Moore School of Business, USA)

Up or Out: The Crisis and Future of Taiwanese Family Businesses Roy Suddaby (University of Victoria, Canada)
Nicholas Wong (Senior Research Assistant, Newcastle Business School, UK),

Andrew Smith (Senior Lecturer in International Business, University of Liverpool),

Allan Discua Cruz (Lecturer in Entrepreneurship, Lancaster University) &

Nicholas Burton (Senior Lecturer, Newcastle Business School, UK)

Explaining the Enduring Success of Rathbones: Harnessing the Evolution of Religion Theory


(Full paper received)



Mattias Nordqvist  (Jönköping University, Sweden)


Round table 2

Mentees Title of the paper Mentors as discussants
Anup Banerjee

(PhD candidate, Jönköping International Business School (JIBS), Sweden)

The chairperson of the board in family firms: An exploratory study on the Swedish context


Isabelle Le Breton-Miller (HEC Montréal)
Bruno Noisette

(PhD candidate, Management and entrepreneurship

ESSEC Business School, Paris, France)

On the durable influence of pre-colonial family structures on business development in East-Africa


María Fernández-Moya

(Colegio U. de Estudios Financieros, Spain)

Christina Lubinski

(Associate Professor, Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark) &

William B. Gartner

(Professor, Entrepreneurship Division, Babson College, USA)

History as a Source and Method for Family Business Research


(Full paper received)


Danny Miller (HEC Montréal)



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