Sigrun C. Caspary

Sigrun C. Caspary
Witten Institute for Family Business · Department of Family Business Management

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
Japanese Family Business, Longevity, Family behind/in family business, Female succession, business in intercultural comparison, rituals, community, qualitative research, grouded theory
Additional affiliations
September 1997 - present
Universität Witten/Herdecke
Position
  • Senior Researcher
Description
  • Institute for Comparative Research into Culture and Economy (ICCE) (1997-2005) Sino-German School fof Governance (2005-2010) International Office (2011-2019) Witten Institute for Family Business (2019 -
April 1993 - March 1997
Hitotsubashi University
Position
  • Research Associate
Description
  • Industrial policy in the areospace industry - esp. Japanese aircraft industry (PhD research)
March 1992 - March 1993
Universität Trier
Position
  • Lecturer
Description
  • Japanese Studies, teaching for undergraduate, PhD colloqium
Education
April 1995 - March 1996
Institute for International Economic Studies
Field of study
  • Industrial Policy in the Japanese Aircraft Industry
March 1992 - November 1996
University of Bonn
Field of study
  • Japanese Studies, Economics, Political Science
October 1985 - February 1992
University of Bonn
Field of study
  • Japanese Studies, Economic, Political Science

Publications

Publications (8)
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Our conceptual paper presents the case for strengthening ritual theory in family business research. Ritual theory integrates various recent strands in qualitative research, such as on history, emotions, and narratives. We develop a new conceptual frame that builds on anthropological and sociological theories of rituals, while directly connecting wi...
Conference Paper
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In the standard ‘three circle model’ of family business the role of employees and of the embedding local community is neglected. However, both are an important element in current family business research on ‘socio-emotional wealth’ as forms of ‘benevolent social ties’. We suggest adding a ‘community’ circle to the three circle (aka systems) model o...

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Projects

Projects (2)
Project
Japanese Family Firms belong to the oldest of the world. This projects aims to find about the content of family business constitutions and the contribution to resilience.