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Family involvement and procedural justice climate among nonfamily managers: the effects of affect, social identities, trust, and risk of non-reciprocity

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Journal publication date11/2012
JournalEntrepreneurship: Theory and Practice
Journal number6
Volume36
Number of pages8
Pages1227-1234
Original languageEnglish

Abstract

This commentary elaborates on the paper by Barnett, Long, and Marler wherein they conceptualize the relationships between family involvement, family vision, exchange systems, and procedural justice climate among nonfamily managers. My elaboration places their conceptual model within the wider context of the affect theory of social exchange and offers two directions for extension based on social identity theory and a longitudinal perspective.