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Title: Family-Firm Identity Across Generations: The Swedish Pulp and Paper Firms MoDo (1872-1990) and Korsnäs (1855-2011)
Authors: Brunninge, Olof
Melander, Anders
Editors: Berghoff, Hartmut
Weisbrod, Bernd
Jensen, Uffa
Lubinski, Christina
Department: University of Borås. School of Business and IT
Issue Date: 2012
Citation: History by Generations: Generational Dynamics in Modern History
Publisher: Wallstein-Verlag
Media type: text
Publication type: book chapter, peer reviewed scientific
Keywords: business history
pulp and paper
family business
family firm identity
case study
strategic change
strategy
modo
korsnäs
kinnevik
generations
Subject Category: Subject categories::Social Sciences::Economics and Business::Business Administration
Subject categories::Humanities::Humanities::History::Economic History
Research Group: Centre for Family Business and Ownership, Jönköping International Business School
Area of Research: Family business
Strategic Research Area: Business and IT
Abstract: The chapter builds on a longitudinal study of two family-owned Swedish pulp and paper firms: MoDo and Korsnäs. Drawing on the concept of "family firm identity" we investigate how the character of the two firms as family businesses has been sustained over generations and through changes in the firms' startegies and business contexts. We conclude that the concept of family firm identity needs to be applied in a differentiated manner in order to capture the reality of family busineeses. Based on our cases we identify three dimensions along which family firm identity differs: 1) explicit vs. implicit family firm identity, 2) owbership vs. management oriented family firm identity and 3) general vs. specific family firm identity.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2320/11252
Sustainable development: sustainable development
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