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Women in Turkish family businesses: drivers, contributions and challenges

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The number and importance of women in family businesses have increased in the recent years. This is reflected in the growing academic and practitioner interest in the topic. In this paper, we have explored the role of women in family business in the context of Turkey by examining the key drivers for their active involvement, their contribution and the challenges they face. The conceptual framework of the article presents key drivers and challenges identified in the extant literature and introduces additional angles on the problematisation of the topic, mainly issues of succession, conflict and balance of work-life relationships. Drawing on empirical material collected through semi-structured interviews with participant Turkish women, we have highlighted importance of cultural dynamics in analysing drivers, contributions and challenges.

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Karatas-Ozkan, M., Erdogan, A. and Nicolopoulou, K. (2011) Women in Turkish family businesses: drivers, contributions and challenges International Journal of Cross Cultural Management, 11, (2), pp. 203-219.

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Published date: August 2011
Organisations: Management

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Local EPrints ID: 154851
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/154851
ISSN: 1470-5958
PURE UUID: 87523c88-83a3-4af9-95e9-09e5761f5490

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Date deposited: 26 May 2010 13:53
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 12:46

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Author: A. Erdogan
Author: K. Nicolopoulou

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