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Viabilidad de las empresas familiares de tamaño medio en el sector español de alimentación y bebidas

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  • Gallo, Miguel A.

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    (IESE Business School)

  • Estape, Maria J.

    (IESE Business School)

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    El sector español de alimentación y bebidas tiene características que lo hacen muy significativo para el estudio de la evolución a lo largo del tiempo de las empresas familiares. En este proyecto se ha diseñado un modelo de análisis ecológico de la evolución de las empresas desde el Tratado de Adhesión de 1992 hasta el momento actual. El propósito de este estudio es conocer los índices de supervivencia y vitalidad de las Empresas Familiares, y de esta manera descubrir cómo se hacen fuertes y continúan posicionándose exitosamente en los mercados. Las cuestiones que se plantearán en esta investigación son cuántas empresas familiares habían en el sector en 1992, en un determinado nivel de facturación, y cuántas continúan como familiares en el año 2001. Cómo son las Empresas Familiares que continúan: fuertes con una posición consolidada o, por el contrario, se han debilitado, tiene previstos cambios, etc. En el caso de las empresas que han dejado de ser familiares, conocer las causas de su proceso de transformación, así como también estudiar cuáles son las empresas que han desaparecido del mercado.

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    Paper provided by IESE Business School in its series IESE Research Papers with number D/647.

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    Length: 25 pages
    Date of creation: 07 Sep 2006
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    Handle: RePEc:ebg:iesewp:d-0647

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    Keywords: Empresa Familiar; Ecología; Supervivencia; Alimentación y bebidas;

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    1. Gallo, Miguel A. & Tapies, Josep & Cappuyns, Kristin, 2000. "Comparison of family and non-family business: Financial logic and personal preferences," IESE Research Papers D/406, IESE Business School.
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