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Executive Managers in Peru's Family Businesses

  • Shimizu, Tatsuya

As in many other developing countries, family businesses are major players in the Peruvian economy. Despite their growth into large-scale groups spanning a wide range of businesses, the owner families still have strong control over their ownership and management. However, Peru's liberal economic reforms in the 1990s brought intense competition into the national market. Not only have these family businesses been forced to compete against large-scale foreign capital that entered the national market through the privatization of state enterprises, but also against cheap goods imported from foreign countries. In order to compete, family businesses have had to move beyond the limited human resources available within the family. The advancement within owner families of new generations with better education and training together with the promotion to top managerial positions of professional salaried managers from outside the family are some of the measures owner families are taking to overcome their human resource limitations.

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Paper provided by Institute of Developing Economies, Japan External Trade Organization(JETRO) in its series IDE Discussion Papers with number 59.

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Publication status: Published in IDE Discussion Paper. No. 59. 2006.4
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  1. Shimizu, Tatsuya, 2004. "Family Business in Peru: Survival and Expansion under the Liberalization," IDE Discussion Papers 7, Institute of Developing Economies, Japan External Trade Organization(JETRO).
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