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Family business entrepreneurship. / Wright, Mike; De Massis, Alfredo; Scholes, Louise; Hughes, Mat; Kotlar, Josip.

London : Institute for Family Business, 2016. 50 p.

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Wright M, De Massis A, Scholes L, Hughes M, Kotlar J. Family business entrepreneurship. London: Institute for Family Business, 2016. 50 p.

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Wright, Mike ; De Massis, Alfredo ; Scholes, Louise ; Hughes, Mat ; Kotlar, Josip. / Family business entrepreneurship. London : Institute for Family Business, 2016. 50 p.

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