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Tracking family businesses and their owners over time: panel attrition, manager departure and business demise

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  • Winter, Mary
  • Danes, Sharon M.
  • Koh, Sun-Kang
  • Fredericks, Kelly
  • Paul, Jennifer J.

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  • Winter, Mary & Danes, Sharon M. & Koh, Sun-Kang & Fredericks, Kelly & Paul, Jennifer J., 2004. "Tracking family businesses and their owners over time: panel attrition, manager departure and business demise," Journal of Business Venturing, Elsevier, vol. 19(4), pages 535-559, July.
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