Family Firm Institute 2021 Academic Award Recipients

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For more than thirty years, the Family Firm Institute (FFI) has been engaged in educating, connecting, and inspiring professionals who serve family enterprises.

FFI has always been about excellence, fostering academic research, encouraging best practices, and inspiring professionals for more than 30 years. Each year FFI honours excellence in the field by granting academic, achievement and FBR awards.

This week the FFI announced the 2021 Academic Award recipients. These awards will be presented at the FFI Conference in October.

Family Firm Institute 2021 Academic Award Recipients

The Family Firm Institute 2021 Academic Award Recipients  are:

Towards a theory of legacy: The proposal, development, and validation of a family legacy orientation scale by Nathaniel Hammond  (Mississippi State University).

Best Unpublished Research Paper Award
The Best Unpublished Research Paper Award is awarded annually after a blind peer review of all submissions. Papers may be on any topic of relevance to the understanding and appreciation of family firms and/or family firm advisors.
How emotion-laden considerations affect the paths of longstanding imprints in family firms by Eric Clinton (DCU), Colm O’Gorman (DCU), Dawn R. DeTienne Colorado State University), and Catherine M. Faherty (DCU).
Honorable Mention is awarded to the paper Should the next generation show that they are proud? Experimental studies on the outside perspective of expressed pride in family businesses by Fabian Bernhard (EDHEC). is Ireland’s largest independent for courses in Ireland. We list full-time and part-time courses of all types so that you can find the best course for you.

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