Обоснование развития теории семейного бизнеса

Волков Д.А.
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Аннотация:
В статье рассматриваются методологические основания развития теории семейного бизнеса. Приводится анализ зарубежных публикаций в области теоретических исследований в этой сфере.

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Волков Д.А. Обоснование развития теории семейного бизнеса // Российское предпринимательство. – 2012. – Том 13. – № 8. – С. 23-28.

Volkov, D.A. (2012) Rationale for Development of the Family Business Theory. Rossiyskoe predprinimatelstvo, 13(8), 23-28. (in Russian)

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