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Family business: management effort and firm performance Raffaella Sadun and colleagues analyse time use data on over 1,000 CEOs in family and professionalled firms Oriana Bandiera, Andrea Prat and Raffaella Sadun
July 2015
Paper No' CEPCP450:
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CentrePiece 20 (1) Summer 2015


JEL Classification: M12; L2; D24


Tags: ceo; time; family firms; competition; productivity


This article summarises ‘Managing the Family Firm: Evidence from CEOs atWork’ by Oriana Bandiera, Andrea Prat and Raffaella Sadun, CEP Discussion Paper No. 1250.
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CEP Discussion Paper
Managing the Family Firm: Evidence from CEOs at Work Oriana Bandiera, Renata Lemos, Andrea Prat and Raffaella Sadun
December 2013
Paper No' CEPDP1250:
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JEL Classification: M12; L2; D24


Tags: ceo; time; family firms; competition; productivity

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CEP Discussion Paper
Does Family Control Affect Trade Performance? Evidence for Italian Firms Giorgio Barba Navaretti, Riccardo Faini and Alessandra Tucci November 2008
Paper No' CEPDP0896:
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JEL Classification: F1; F14; L2


Tags: firm structure; foreign markets; family firms; exports

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CEP Discussion Paper
Dynastic Management Francesco Caselli and Nicola Gennaioli
August 2006
Paper No' CEPDP0741:
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JEL Classification: E1; E2; G1; G3; O1; O4


Tags: meritocracy; family firms; financial development; tfp

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CEP Discussion Paper
Measuring and Explaining Management Practices Across Firms and Countries Nick Bloom and John Van Reenen
March 2006
Paper No' CEPDP0716:
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JEL Classification: L2; M2; O32; O33


Tags: management practices; productivity; competition; family firms


This paper has been published as:
'Measuring and Explaining Management Practices Across Firms and Nations', Nick Bloom and John Van Reenen, Quarterly Journal of Economics (2007) 122 (4), 1351-1408.