Baris Istipliler

Baris Istipliler
Universität Mannheim ·  Business School

Doctor of Business Administration

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January 2018 - January 2020
Universität Mannheim
Position
  • Research Associate

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Publications (22)
Conference Paper
Stewardship is a key factor to explain family firm performance. Learning stewardship behavior in family firms is frequently achieved through the experiences the upper echelon gains through active involvement, i.e. time spent inside the family firm prior to the succession. However, research based on the behavioral theory of the firm and inspired by...
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Developing and keeping a community motivated is critical for success, particularly in self-hosted crowdfunding. Existing research has identified social capital as an important driver of such endeavors. However, the process of how social capital can be developed, managed, and targeted towards a common goal in digital settings is mostly unknown. Appl...
Technical Report
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Kernergebnisse Einfluss Management-/Gesellschafterstrukturen in Familienunternehmen –– Unternehmen, insbesondere Familienunternehmen, die ausschließlich von Frauen geführt werden, weisen eine höhere Rendite auf. –– Frauen in der Geschäftsführung von Familienunternehmen neigen zu einem vorsichtigeren Gebrauch der liquiden Mittel. –– 23 Prozent der b...
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Drawing on contingency and upper echelon theories, this study conceptualizes family firm CEO succession as a special window of opportunity for the new generation to reinvent and rejuvenate the firm and restore the environment-organization fit that had often deteriorated pre-succession. We argue that CEO-related human capital enables successors to i...
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Prior research has shown that institutional constraints, present in many emerging and transition economies, decrease the performance of firms. However, how resource-restricted small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) deal with these institutional constraints and potentially overcome them is currently not well understood. We combine an institution...
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The current study seeks to contribute to the understanding of entrepreneurial opportunity recognition by focusing on two issues. First, it explores the relationship between entrepreneurs’ psychological capital and opportunity recognition. Second, it investigates the mediating mechanism of entrepreneurs’ resource-induced coping heuristics in this re...
Technical Report
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Die Studie untersucht rund 250.000 Unternehmen in den 11 Metropolregionen Deutschlands. Bei Familienunternehmen ist eine Strategie zu erkennen, die besonders auf Langfristigkeit, Unabhängigkeit und Sicherheit abzielt.
Technical Report
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Die Studie untersucht rund 250.000 Unternehmen aus den 11 Metropolregionen Deutschlands. Bei den Familienunternehmen ist eine Strategie zu erkennen, die besonders auf Langfristigkeit, Unabhängigkeit und Sicherheit abzielt.
Conference Paper
By harnessing a unique dataset on goal setting in 456 firms with different levels of family involvement, this study demonstrates a non-linear relationship between family involvement and stakeholder-oriented goal pursuit. According to our analyses, a pivotal antecedent of this link is the pursuit of goals associated with sovereignty (i.e. indivisibl...
Conference Paper
Stewardship is a key factor to explain family firm performance. Learning stewardship behavior in family firms is frequently achieved through the experiences the upper echelon gains through active involvement, i.e. time spent inside the family firm prior to the succession. However, research based on the behavioral theory of the firm and inspired by...
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This study aims to explain the relationship between degree of family influence, and non-economic goal sets in family and non-family firms as well as the relationship among these goals sets. Using the behavioral theory and SEW literature, we hypothesize that firms scoring higher in a continuous FPEC scale give higher importance to the non-economic g...

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*** Registration is still open until 14th of November! Link: http://www.forum-mittelstandsforschung.de/?page_id=1417 *** Online, Germany, November 16th/17th, 2020 *** 6th International Research Forum on Mittelstand It is our pleasure to invite you to join us at the biennial conference which will be held digitally on November 16th/17th 2020. In its sixth edition, the conference aims to serve as a distinguished platform for developing academic articles in a structured, stimulating, challenging and friendly environment as well as for networking. Moreover, the forum promotes exchange with decision-makers. There will be an opportunity to discuss and reflect findings with invited entrepreneurs, family firm and hidden champion leaders. There will be unique publishing opportunities for submitting authors, as papers nominated for one of the three best paper awards and competitively selected papers will be invited to submit to one of the two special issues (Journal of Family Business Strategy [Impact Factor: 3.2] and The German Journal of Economic Geography [Impact Factor: 0.8]) which are connected to the conference. Moreover, there will be the opportunity to discuss your work with the editors of the field’s leading journals such as Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Family Business Strategy and Management Review Quarterly. The tracks are connected to various disciplines such as business studies, economics, sociology, psychology, geography and history. In addition to that, there will be two moderated panel discussions as keynote events; one with leading scholars and another with hidden champions. Furthermore, there will be plenty of room to network digitally and social evening events including the performance of a rock band, a digital escape room game and the broadcast of an e-sports challenge that is held uniquely for the conference! Important deadlines: November 14th, 2020 – Conference registration deadline for participants *** Conference Registration: http://www.forum-mittelstandsforschung.de/?page_id=69
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Analyzing the effects of pre-succession firm experience of CEO on post-succession firm performance and strategic actions