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[25] Hoffmann, C., Jaskiewicz, P., Wulf, T., & Combs, J. 2017. The effect of transgenerational control intention no family firm performance: It depends who pursues it. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, forthcoming.

[24] Powell, G., Greenhaus, J., Jaskiewicz, P., Combs, J.G.,Balkin, D., and Shanine, K.K., In press. Family science and the work-family interface: An interview with Gary Powell and Jeffrey Greenhaus. Human Resource Management Review, forthcoming.

[23]Combs, J., Jaskiewicz, P., Shanine, K., & Balkin, D. 2017. The role of family science theories for human resource management in family firms. Human Resource Management Review, forthcoming.

[22] Jaskiewicz, P, Combs. J., Ketchen, D., & Ireland, D. 2016. Enduring entrepreneurship. Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, 10(4): 337-345 (FT50 journal).

[21] Jaskiewicz, P., Combs, J., Shanine, K. & Kacmar, M. 2017. Introducing the family: A review of family science with implications for strategy, OB/HRM, and entrepreneurship research. Academy of Management Annals., forthcoming.

[20] Jaskiewicz, P. Luchak, A., In-Sue, O., & Chlosta, S. 2016. Are individual differences really dead? The mediating role of regulatory career goals in the relationship between individual differences and entrepreneurial intentions and status. Journal of Career Development, 43(4): 349-367.

[19] Jaskiewicz, P., Block, J., Miller, D., & Combs, J. 2015. The effects of founder and family ownership on hired CEOs’ incentives and firm performance. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, in press (FT journal).

[18] Reay, T., Hinings, C.R., & Jaskiewicz, P. 2015. Institutional logics and strategic approach: family and business logics in Canadian wineries. Family Business Review, 28(4): 292-311.

[17] Jaskiewicz, P., Godwin, M, & Lutz, E. 2016. Too much family baggage to carry on? Succession as an impediment to firm survival and growth. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, 40(5): 1179–1190 (FT journal).

[16] Jaskiewicz, P., Heinrichs, K., Rau, S., & Reay, T. 2016. To be or not to be? How families respond to tensions from family and firm logics in succession. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, 40(4): 781-813 (FT50 journal).

[15] Jaskiewicz, P., Miller, D., Block, J., & Combs, J. 2014. Founder versus family owners’ impact on pay dispersion among non-CEO top managers: Implications for firm performance. Journal of Management, in press (FT50 journal).

[14] Carney, M., & Jaskiewicz, P. 2014. 6 books that shaped the landscape of family business scholarship. Academy of Management Learning and Education, 14(3): 423-428.

[13] Jaskiewicz, P., Combs, J., & Rau, S. 2014. How an entrepreneurial legacy fosters transgenerational entrepreneurship in multi-generational family firms. Journal of Business Venturing, 30: 29-49 (FT50 journal).

[12] Jaskiewicz, P. & Luchak, A. 2013. Explaining performance differences between family firms with family and non-family CEOs: It’s the nature of the family tie that counts! Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, 37(6): 1361-1367. (FT50 journal).

[11] Block, J., Miller, D., Jaskiewicz, P., & Spiegel, F. 2013. Technological importance and economic value of innovations in large family and founder firms: An analysis of patent data. Family Business Review, 26(2): 180-199.

[10] Deephouse, D. & Jaskiewicz, P. 2013. Do family businesses have better reputations than nonfamily businesses? An integration of socioemotional wealth and social identity theories. Journal of Management Studies, 50(3): 337-360 (FT50 journal).

[9] Jaskiewicz, P., Uhlenbruck, K., Balkin, D., & Reay, T. 2013. Can nepotism be a source of competitive advantage? A social exchange perspective on types of nepotism. Family Business Review, 26(2): 121-139.

[8] Block, J., Jaskiewicz, P., & Miller, D. 2011. Ownership versus management effects on performance in family and founder companies: A Bayesian analysis. Journal of Family Business Strategy, 2(4): 232-245.

[7] Block, J., Miller, D., Jaskiewicz, P., & Spiegel, F. 2011. Innovation in founder and family firms: Entrepreneurial versus nurturer identities of owners. Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research, 31(13): 437-450.

[6] Niedermeyer, C., Jaskiewicz, P., & Klein, S. B. 2010. Can’t get no satisfaction? Evaluating the sale of the family business from the family’s perspective. Entrepreneurship & Regional Development, 22(3): 293-320.

[5] Astrachan J., & Jaskiewicz, P. 2008. Emotional returns and emotional costs in privately held family firms: Advancing traditional business valuation. Family Business Review, 21(2): 139-149.

[4] Pieper, T., Klein, S. B., & Jaskiewicz, P. 2008. The impact of culture on corporate governance – An agency and stewardship theoretical analysis of boards of directors. Journal of Small Business Management, 46(3): 372-394. (FT Journal until 2008).

[3] Jaskiewicz, P., & Klein, S. B. 2007. The impact of goal alignment on board size and board composition in family-owned businesses. Journal of Business Research, 60(10): 1080-1089.

[2] Jaskiewicz, P., Schiereck, D., & May, P. 2006. Nicht aktive Gesellschafter in Familien-unternehmen – im Spannungsfeld zwischen Familienzugehörigkeit und Unternehmenskontrolle. Zeitschrift für KMU und Entrepreneurship (ZfKE), 54(3): 175-196.

[1] Jaskiewicz, P., Gonzalez, V., Menendez, S., & Schiereck, D. 2005. Long-run IPO performance analysis of German and Spanish family-owned businesses. Family Business Review, 18(3): 179-202.

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