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Networking and entrepreneurial family firms

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Networking and entrepreneurial family firms. / Dodd, Sarah; Anderson, Alistair ; Jack, Sarah.

Family entrepreneurship: rethinking the research agenda . ed. / Kathleen Randerson; Cristina Bettinelli; Giovanna Dossena; Alain Fayolle. London : Routledge, 2015. (Routledge Rethinking Entrepreneurship Research).

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Harvard

Dodd, S, Anderson, A & Jack, S 2015, Networking and entrepreneurial family firms. in K Randerson, C Bettinelli, G Dossena & A Fayolle (eds), Family entrepreneurship: rethinking the research agenda . Routledge Rethinking Entrepreneurship Research, Routledge, London.

APA

Dodd, S., Anderson, A., & Jack, S. (2015). Networking and entrepreneurial family firms. In K. Randerson, C. Bettinelli, G. Dossena, & A. Fayolle (Eds.), Family entrepreneurship: rethinking the research agenda (Routledge Rethinking Entrepreneurship Research). Routledge.

Vancouver

Dodd S, Anderson A, Jack S. Networking and entrepreneurial family firms. In Randerson K, Bettinelli C, Dossena G, Fayolle A, editors, Family entrepreneurship: rethinking the research agenda . London: Routledge. 2015. (Routledge Rethinking Entrepreneurship Research).

Author

Dodd, Sarah ; Anderson, Alistair ; Jack, Sarah. / Networking and entrepreneurial family firms. Family entrepreneurship: rethinking the research agenda . editor / Kathleen Randerson ; Cristina Bettinelli ; Giovanna Dossena ; Alain Fayolle. London : Routledge, 2015. (Routledge Rethinking Entrepreneurship Research).

Bibtex

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