Reg Litz
Reg Litz
Professor, Asper School of Business, University of Manitoba
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Stakeholder theory: Reviewing a theory that moves us
AO Laplume, K Sonpar, RA Litz
Journal of management 34 (6), 1152-1189, 2008
Comparing the agency costs of family and non–family firms: Conceptual issues and exploratory evidence
JJ Chrisman, JH Chua, RA Litz
Entrepreneurship Theory and practice 28 (4), 335-354, 2004
The family business: Toward definitional clarity
RA Litz
Family business review 8 (2), 71-81, 1995
A unified systems perspective of family firm performance: An extension and integration
JJ Chrisman, JH Chua, R Litz
Journal of business venturing 18 (4), 467-472, 2003
A resource-based-view of the socially responsible firm: Stakeholder interdependence, ethical awareness, and issue responsiveness as strategic assets
RA Litz
Journal of Business Ethics 15, 1355-1363, 1996
The family firm's exclusion from business school research: Explaining the void; addressing the opportunity
RA Litz
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 21 (3), 55-71, 1997
Your old men shall dream dreams, your young men shall see visions: Toward a theory of family firm innovation with help from the Brubeck family
RA Litz, RF Kleysen
Family Business Review 14 (4), 335-352, 2001
Charting the future of family business research: Perspectives from the field
RA Litz, AW Pearson, S Litchfield
Family business review 25 (1), 16-32, 2012
Two sides of a one‐sided phenomenon: Conceptualizing the family business and business family as a Möbius strip
RA Litz
Family Business Review 21 (3), 217-236, 2008
Research note: trade name franchise membership as a human resource management strategy: does buying group training deliver ‘true value’for small retailers?
RA Litz, AC Stewart
Entrepreneurship theory and practice 25 (1), 125-135, 2000
Franchising for sustainable advantage? Comparing the performance of independent retailers and trade-name franchisees
RA Litz, AC Stewart
Journal of Business Venturing 13 (2), 131-150, 1998
Does small store location matter? A test of three classic theories of retail location
RA Litz, G Rajaguru
Journal of Small Business & Entrepreneurship 21 (4), 477-492, 2008
When he and she sell seashells: Exploring the relationship between management team gender-balance and small firm performance
RA Litz, CA Folker
Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship 7 (4), 341, 2002
Charity begins at home: Family firms and patterns of community involvement
RA Litz, AC Stewart
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 29 (1), 131-148, 2000
Impact of brand‐building activities and retailer‐based brand equity on retailer brand communities
S Samu, P Krishnan Lyndem, RA Litz
European Journal of Marketing 46 (11/12), 1581-1601, 2012
Sins of the father’s firm: Exploring responses to inherited ethical dilemmas in family business
RA Litz, N Turner
Journal of Business Ethics 113, 297-315, 2013
Double roles, double binds? Double bind theory and family business research
RA Litz
Understanding family businesses: Undiscovered approaches, unique …, 2011
The late show: The effects of after-hours accessibility on the performance of small retailers
RA Litz, AC Stewart
Journal of Small Business Management 38 (1), 1, 2000
Jamming across the generations: Creative intergenerational collaboration in the Marsalis family
RA Litz
Journal of Family Business Strategy 1 (4), 185-199, 2010
Red light, green light and other ideas for class participation-intensive courses: Method and implications for business ethics education
RA Litz
Teaching Business Ethics 7 (4), 365-378, 2003
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