Chapter 7

Family and Non-Family Enterprises: Differences in Core Values, Culture and Ethical Climate as Signs of Social Responsibility

Mojca Duh and Jernej Belak

Abstract

Family enterprises are a unique type of an enterprise. The research presented in the paper, based on case study methodology, aims to broaden our knowledge concerning the family impact on the constituent elements of the enterprise’s ethical behaviour.

Total Pages: 178-199 (22)

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