Jess Chua
Jess Chua
Emeritus Professor of Finance and Family Business Governance, University of Calgary
Verified email at ucalgary.ca
TitleCited byYear
Defining the family business by behavior
JH Chua, JJ Chrisman, P Sharma
Entrepreneurship theory and practice 23 (4), 19-39, 1999
28751999
Trends and directions in the development of a strategic management theory of the family firm
JJ Chrisman, JH Chua, P Sharma
Entrepreneurship theory and practice 29 (5), 555-575, 2005
14592005
Strategic management of the family business: Past research and future challenges
P Sharma, JJ Chrisman, JH Chua
Family business review 10 (1), 1-35, 1997
14201997
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
12442004
Family involvement, family influence, and family–centered non–economic goals in small firms
JJ Chrisman, JH Chua, AW Pearson, T Barnett
Entrepreneurship theory and practice 36 (2), 267-293, 2012
8482012
Factors preventing intra‐family succession
A De Massis, JH Chua, JJ Chrisman
Family Business Review 21 (2), 183-199, 2008
6162008
The administrative costs of corporate bankruptcy: A note
JS Ang, JH Chua, JJ McConnell
The Journal of Finance 37 (1), 219-226, 1982
6081982
Succession planning as planned behavior: Some empirical results
P Sharma, JJ Chrisman, JH Chua
Family Business Review 16 (1), 1-15, 2003
6072003
Determinants of initial satisfaction with the succession process in family firms: A conceptual model
P Sharma, JJ Chrisman, AL Pablo, JH Chua
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 25 (3), 17-36, 2001
5792001
Important attributes of successors in family businesses: An exploratory study
JJ Chrisman, JH Chua, P Sharma
Family business review 11 (1), 19-34, 1998
5791998
Succession and nonsuccession concerns of family firms and agency relationship with nonfamily managers
JH Chua, JJ Chrisman, P Sharma
Family Business Review 16 (2), 89-107, 2003
5772003
Family control and family firm valuation by family CEOs: The importance of intentions for transgenerational control
TM Zellweger, FW Kellermanns, JJ Chrisman, JH Chua
Organization Science 23 (3), 851-868, 2012
5432012
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
5232003
Predictors of satisfaction with the succession process in family firms
P Sharma, JJ Chrisman, JH Chua
Journal of business Venturing 18 (5), 667-687, 2003
5162003
Sources of heterogeneity in family firms: An introduction
JH Chua, JJ Chrisman, LP Steier, SB Rau
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 36 (6), 1103-1113, 2012
4532012
Are family managers agents or stewards? An exploratory study in privately held family firms
JJ Chrisman, JH Chua, FW Kellermanns, EPC Chang
Journal of Business research 60 (10), 1030-1038, 2007
4332007
An introduction to theories of family business
JJ Chrisman, JH Chua, LP Steier
Journal of business venturing 18 (4), 441-448, 2003
4292003
Extending the theoretical horizons of family business research
JH Chua, JJ Chrisman, LP Steier
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 27 (4), 331-338, 2003
4262003
Sources and consequences of distinctive familiness: An introduction
JJ Chrisman, JH Chua, L Steier
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 29 (3), 237-247, 2005
3992005
A review and annotated bibliography of family business studies
P Sharma, JJ Chrisman, JH Chua
Springer Science & Business Media, 2012
3882012
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