Céline Barredy

Céline Barredy
Université Paris Nanterre | UPX · Centre d'Etudes et de Recherches sur les Organisations et sur les Stratégies (CEROS EA 4429)

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A lthough research on entrepreneurship and innovation in family firms has progressed over the last three decades, more attention is needed from academia. This paper is based on a brief literature review and an interview conducted with Professor Alfredo De Massis about past, present, and future research on entrepreneurship and innovation in family f...
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This third special issue of the International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior and Research is dedicated to examining institutional influences on the entrepreneurial behaviours of business families, family businesses, and family business groups. As the study of family entrepreneurship continues to expand and focus moves toward understanding hete...
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Private equity (PE) firms are increasingly investing in family firms, as these organizations look to grow and deal with ownership succession. In this study we contribute to the developing entrepreneurship literature on PE investment by addressing the heterogeneity of PE firms. We distinguish between private independent and captive PE firms to under...
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This study examines the link between membership of an SME to a cluster and access to resources, whether financial, strategic or technological. Using the conceptual framework based on the theories of social networks and resource dependence, our research aims to identify how membership in a cluster can support access to resources. Given the diversity...
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One of the major issues in family business field is the understanding of what makes family businesses different. Despite an increasing development of research during the last 30 years, little attention has been paid to the legal component of the family. The aim of this article is to explore the way legal attributes of the family, comparing Civil La...
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Aerospace product development and manufacturing are key components of the air transport system. At national levels in developed countries, the aerospace industry is considered as a highly strategic sector. A solid national aerospace industry is therefore a symbol of strength. Countries are pragmatic: the positive impact of a well-developed transpor...
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This paper develops a law and institution based approach of the family business uniqueness. The analysis of the family concept through institutions and law gives way to the identification of the original effect that explains the specific behavior of the family business: The No Exit Option Effect. We explain the effect distinguishes family from othe...
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This article explores the family ownership and the role of Private Equity fund on valuation and financial performance of a target after the completion of a LBO. The study is based on 123 transactions completed on French targets between 2003 and 2007 with a majority stake. Univariate analysis shows that financial performance increases after a LBO fo...
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Family ownership, private equity funds and financial performance Is there a family equity premium in LBO transactions?" "Do family firms develop better performance after a LBO transaction than non-family firms or subsidiaries of public companies? This article explores the relationships between family equity ownership, the role of Private Equity fun...
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This research aims to analyze the economic and financial performance of eponymous companies -the one named by their shareholder’s and / or leader’s patronymic- as well as its determinants and managerial logic. This study, conducted on a sample of medium-sized companies, all coming from the southwestern part of France (Aquitaine), shows not only tha...
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What "quality" data collection strategies are available for the qualitative - 306 - researcher? The specific family firm research case The methods used to collect qualitative data are highly developed in the scientific literature whereas few papers are concerned by the quality of the data collected. From the specific field of the family business wh...
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La structure de SA en directoire et conseil de surveillance est peu etudiee. Pourtant, les societes familiales cotees lui trouvent un interet particulier. Alors que les theories de la gouvernance sont centrees sur les societes manageriales, a partir d’une methodologie fondee sur sept etudes de cas et l’analyse de rapports annuels, cette structure a...
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As regard the problem of control over new ventures, facts raise a certain number of questions, crucial for any prospective entrepreneur: how to avoid being put aside of the organization that he has himself is being created when the project needs financial resources that the founder cannot hold personally? This practical question may find answers in...

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Audencia Business School is happy to host a paper development workshop on January 24&25, 2017. Links to the calls for paprs of the special Issues: - “From Family to Families: Pushing Family Entrepreneurship Forward”: Entrepreneurship & Regional Development, Kathleen Randerson, Hermann Frank, Clay Dibrell, and Esra Memili. Deadline April 31st, 2017. http://www.ent.aom.org/images/calls/CFP_SI_ERD_FE_FINAL.pdf - “Parenthood and Entrepreneurship”: Journal of Family Business Strategy, Kathleen Randerson, Cristina Bettinelli, Alain Fayolle, and Alistair Anderson. Deadline April 31st, 2017. http://www.ent.aom.org/images/calls/Parenthood_and_Entrepreneurship_CFP_FINAL.pdf - “Families, Communities, Institutions and Entrepreneurship”: Claire Seaman, Céline Barrédy, Kathleen Randerson, Josh Daspit. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behaviour and Research, Deadline May 31st, 2017. http://www.ent.aom.org/images/calls/CFP_SI_IJEBR_final.pdf For more information about the workshop, please contact me at kathleenranderson@yahoo.com