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Chapter 11:Legitimacy of the external successor : Issues and means of acquisition

Abstract : ‘Business transfer’ refers to the transfer of ownership and leadership from one or more outgoing owner-manager(s) to one or more incoming owner-manager(s). Apart from all the company's material assets, it presupposes that information, relationships, know-how and social capital are also transmitted from one to the other. While much of the research on entrepreneurship has focused on new business ventures, few studies have considered business transfers as an alternative way of embarking on entrepreneurial activities. Business Transfers, Family Firms and Entrepreneurship provides the international community with a more comprehensive state-of-the-art of business transfer studies, which will enrich readers’ understanding. The business transfer is examined through different prisms: family businesses, internal business transfers to employees, external business transfers, and woman in business transfers. This book deals with business transfer as a whole, following a logic of continuity and sustainability for the transferred firm. It offers a refreshing point of view on business transfers, in terms of both the process and the actors, and from both the seller’s and the buyer’s sides. It presents the research on all types of business transfer including internal and external transfers and will be of interest to researchers, academics, and students in the fields of entrepreneurship, small business management, family business, and strategic management. It can also be instructive for practitioners and stakeholders involved in a business transfer.
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Lyes Mazari, Sandrine Berger-Douce, Bérangère Deschamps. Chapter 11:Legitimacy of the external successor : Issues and means of acquisition. Dominique Barbelivien, Bérangère Deschamps, Audrey Missonier, Paulette Robic et Catherine Thévenard Puthod. Business Transfers, Family Firms and Entrepreneurship, 1st Edition, pp.165-178, 2020, 9781003022527. ⟨10.4324/9781003022527⟩. ⟨emse-03031445⟩



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