La fabrique de l'entrepreneur familial. Une institutionnalisation du processus de transmission comme facteur de pérennité des entreprises familiales
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Keywordsfamily entrepreneur; heir; socialization; commitment; perennity; entrepreneur familial; héritier; socialisation; engagement; familiness; transmission; pérennité;
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