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Remedios Hernández-Linares
Universidad de Extremadura, Mérida (Badajoz), Spain · Financial Economics & Accounting Department

PhD
BRQ Call for papers: https://journals.sagepub.com/pb-assets/cmscontent/BRQ/BRQ_Special%20Issue_Leadership-1645619667.pdf

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Introduction
Her primary research interests are family businesses, business strategy, entrepreneurship, and higher education learning. Her work has appeared in journals as Scientometrics, Family Business Review, Journal of Family Business Strategy, Journal of Small Business Management, BRQ Business Research Quarterly, Journal of Knowledge Management, Spanish Accounting Review, or European Journal of Family Business, and in books as The Routledge Companion to Family Business.

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In the management and organization studies literature, a key question to explore and explain is that of the family as an organizational stakeholder, particularly when working-from-home became the “new normal”. Departing from meta-analytic studies on the work-family relation and connecting with scholarly conversation on work-family boundary dynamics...
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As a predominant form of business organization, family firms have attracted increasing attention by scholars, and especially by those researching entrepreneurial orientation with the aim of better understanding of entrepreneurial activities pursued by enterprises. However, the literature on the confluence of entrepreneurial orientation and family f...
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The European Journal of Family Business (EJFB) was founded in 2011 with the name Revista de Empresa Familiar, changing its name to the current EJFB in 2016. As a result, the year 2021 marks the 10th anniversary of this journal, which provides an appropriate occasion to share our vision for the direction of the journal, identifying some priorities f...
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PURPOSE – The purpose of the study is to explore inductively the unique paradoxical tensions central to family business (FB) and to analyze how FB’s members face these tensions and their implications in the personal and professional realms. DESIGN/METHODOLOGY/APPROACH – A multiple-case study with 11 parent–offspring dyads from Portuguese FBs was...
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Despite growing research on the effect of high-performance work practices (HPWPs) on family firm performance, the implications of socioemotional wealth (SEW) preservation remain ambiguous. This stems from SEW preservation being used primarily as an explanatory construct and assessed indirectly rather than directly in empirical studies. To address t...
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Purpose – The purpose of the study is to explore inductively the unique paradoxical tensions central to family business (FB) and to analyze how FB’s members face these tensions and their implications in the personal and professional realms. Design/methodology/approach – A multiple-case study with 11 parent–offspring dyads from Portuguese FBs was co...
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Purpose The purpose of this paper is twofold. First, it aims to analyze the individual influence of different knowledge management practises (KMP) on firm performance. Second, it aims to analyze the mediating role of organizational learning (OL) between each KMP and performance. Design/methodology/approach A telephone-survey was applied in 2018 to...
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El objetivo del estudio consiste en analizar la calidad de la información financiera de las empresas españolas, comparando las empresas familiares y las no familiares, y relacionando dicha calidad con las prácticas de gobierno corporativo. Para alcanzar este objetivo se analizó una muestra de 650 empresas españolas durante el período 2011-2016. Con...
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This study examines how five key entrepreneurial orientation (EO) dimensions—risk taking, innovativeness, proactiveness, competitive aggressiveness, and autonomy—affect family business performance, as well as the moderating effect of socioemotional wealth (SEW) on these relationships. The findings, based on a sample of 609 Spanish and Portuguese fa...
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Firms develop and use multiple strategic orientations. However, the investigations considering more than one strategic orientation are scant and have paid scant attention to the singular context of family firms, despite the growing evidence of their special strategic behavior. To cover these research gaps, we analyze the combined effects of three s...
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The study addresses the signs of earnings management in unlisted companies, comparing the situation in family firms and non-family firms. We adopt arguments from agency theory, and stewardship theory, which are supplemented with the assumptions of socio-emotional wealth literature, to justify our research model. The sample is composed of 263 audite...
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As a predominant form of business organization, family firms have attracted increasing attention by scholars, and especially by those researching entrepreneurial orientation with the aim of better understanding of entrepreneurial activities pursued by enterprises. However, the literature on the confluence of entrepreneurial orientation and family f...
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Nowadays, knowledge is considered a critical resource through which organizations can develop sustainable competitive advantages and obtain superior results by allowing to transform themselves and to adapt to their environment. Hence, this research has a double purpose: first, to explore how commitment to learning determines the development of know...
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Drawing on family firm heterogeneity research, we develop a typology of family firms using differences in family influence and firm life cycle. We offer hypotheses regarding the relationships between the different firm types and two important outcomes: Entrepreneurial orientation (EO) and performance. Applying latent profile analysis to a sample of...
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This study examines how five key entrepreneurial orientation (EO) dimensions—risk taking, innovativeness, proactiveness, competitive aggressiveness, and autonomy—impact family business performance, as well as the moderating effect of socioemotional wealth (SEW) on these relationships. The findings, based on a sample of 609 Spanish and Portuguese fa...
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We investigate how the four dimensions of the dynamic capabilities (DC) construct (sensing, learning, integrating, and coordinating) individually affect firm performance and the moderating role of market orientation (MO) in the process. Our findings, based on a sample of 509 Spanish small and medium‐sized enterprises (SMEs), suggest that not all DC...
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Despite evidence pointing to differences between family and nonfamily firms regarding entrepreneurial orientation (EO), market orientation (MO), and learning orientation (LO), little is known of the relationships between these variables in the family business context. Drawing on the resource-based view (RBV) and a sample of 509 Spanish small and me...
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Despite several calls for the further study of entrepreneurial orientation in family firms, we still have a fragmented understanding of this topic, whose full potential has yet to be reached. To shed new light on this issue, this article first maps the family business field by carrying out a systematic review and content analysis of the 78 articles...
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Despite numerous attempts by academics from many disciplines and various regional contexts, there is still no agreement on a definition of family business. Subjecting 258 definitions found in work published over the past 50 years (1964–2013) to the bibliometric techniques of consensus and co-word analysis to uncover intellectual structure, we ident...
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Extant literature recognizes both family business heterogeneity and the need to identify relevant definitional criteria to distinguish family firms, leading to the emergence of typologies, taxonomies and classification schemes. This paper presents a comprehensive review of existing classifications, which we the compare with the core conceptual elem...
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Extant literature recognizes both family business heterogeneity and the need to identify relevant definitional criteria to distinguish family firms, leading to the emergence of typologies, taxonomies and classification schemes. This paper presents a comprehensive review of existing classifications, which we the compare with the core conceptual elem...
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The field of family business studies has been of interest to management scholars and writers as a topic of academic inquiry since the 1960s and has been growing over the last decades (Chrisman et al. 2008; Benavides-Velasco, Quintana-García, and Guzmán-Parra 2013). However, the literature on this field is not as extensive as in other management are...
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The development of cross-curricular competences is one of the challenges European higher education is facing as consequence of the establishment of the European Higher Education Area (AHEA). One of these competences is the “time management,” an instrumental ability related to manage personal and working time. Time management seems to be a significa...
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La adaptación de los estudios universitarios al Espacio Europeo de Educación Superior nos exige nuevos enfoques metodológicos que transformen nuestro sistema educativo, basado en la enseñanza de contenidos, en un nuevo modelo basado en el aprendizaje. Este nuevo paradigma se hace asimismo evidente en el campo de la evaluación, la cual, lejos de ent...
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One of the key changes of European Higher Education Area is the implementation of a competence-based educational system. Students are now more than ever the axis around which the university system orbits. The competences that students should acquire during their studies include transversal competences, which are those competences related to leaders...
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One of the key elements at the European Higher Education Area is the acknowledgement of the need to monitor and measure student activity throughout the learning process. To do this, we conducted a study at University of Extremadura in Mérida and developed an application for a Tablet PC in which students record the amount of time devoted to study di...
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La empresa familiar es un tipo de organización singular que posee características propias. Una de ellas es la confianza y entre sus miembros. La confianza no es un comportamiento, sino una condición psicológica muy valorada en el mundo empresarial, debido a que facilita la comunicación. Y una comunicación fuerte dentro del grupo permite revitalizar...
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Resumen Se realizó una investigación con estudiantes del Grado en Ingeniería en Diseño Industrial y Desarrollo de Productos de la Universidad de Extremadura en España durante dos años consecutivos para evaluar la adquisición de competencias transversales. El estudio se enmarca en el contexto del nuevo sistema de enseñanza basado en competencias que...
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E-portfolios have experienced growth and expansion due to importance of web technologies and the benefits that they have brought to teaching practices. In education, e-portfolios are mainly used to improve students' learning processes and to support teachers' assessment. In this sense and although there is a large number of tools that encourage the...
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In the European higher education area, the student is placed at the centre of the teaching/learning process, developing an active role, initiative and a critical thinking. On the other hand, ICT can offer new possibilities to develop necessary competences to reach student's objectives. In this sense, once competences are identified, we can see the...
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How to monitor learning in the European Higher Education Area (EHEA) is one of teacher's concerns with the new trends at university education. We propose to use an electronic portfolio to record the student learning process in a determined task. Students are organized in groups and they are responsible to build their own portfolio and use it adequa...
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El paisaje económico de todos los países en los que se han efectuado estudios al respecto está dominado por la empresa familiar; las investigaciones realizadas han puesto de manifiesto que este tipo de organizaciones tiene un carácter singular y se enfrenta a desafíos propios como consecuencia de la interrelación empresa-familia: la elección y prep...
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Resumen Numerosos estudios han recogido las características singulares de la empresa familiar, derivadas de interrelación empresa-familia. Nuestra intención es conocer la particular actitud de este tipo de negocios en relación a sus estrategias de financiación ya que, según la literatura, la concentración de la propiedad típica de la empresa famili...
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Las Didáctica de las Ciencias Sociales trata de enseñar el saber social. Este saber se basa en el conocimiento de la realidad y puesto que esta realidad es plural y diversa, el currículum de este área no puede permanecer ajeno a las condiciones económicas, puesto que desempeñan una influencia notable en nuestro modo de vida. Por ello, en este artíc...

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CFP for VI International Forum on Management (VI IFM) is open: https://eventos.unex.es/70005/detail/vi-international-forum-on-management.html