Marketing, Risk taking, Strategic management, Industrial organization and Entrepreneurial orientation are his primary areas of study. He combines subjects such as Organizational culture and Proactivity with his study of Marketing. Family business is closely connected to Top management in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Proactivity.
His Industrial organization study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Incentive, Corporate governance, Commerce and Diversity. His Entrepreneurial orientation study improves the overall literature in Entrepreneurship. Francesco Chirico interconnects Resource, Affect and Process in the investigation of issues within Entrepreneurship.
Francesco Chirico spends much of his time researching Marketing, Family business, Entrepreneurship, Industrial organization and Entrepreneurial orientation. Francesco Chirico has included themes like Knowledge sharing, Principal–agent problem and Proactivity in his Marketing study. In his study, Human capital is inextricably linked to Knowledge management, which falls within the broad field of Family business.
Francesco Chirico has included themes like Labour economics, Social comparison theory, Demographic economics and Portfolio in his Entrepreneurship study. His Industrial organization research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Structuring, Management, Resource and Commerce. Francesco Chirico works mostly in the field of Entrepreneurial orientation, limiting it down to topics relating to Process and, in certain cases, Set.
Francesco Chirico focuses on Family business, Perspective, Demographic economics, Embeddedness and Socioemotional selectivity theory. Francesco Chirico undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Family business and Context through his works. Francesco Chirico interconnects Persistence, Affect and Entrepreneurship in the investigation of issues within Demographic economics.
His Socioemotional selectivity theory research incorporates elements of Principal–agent problem, Public economics and Labour economics. He integrates Merge with Marketing in his research. The Marketing study combines topics in areas such as Knowledge sharing, Entrepreneurial orientation, Corporate governance and Proactivity.
His main research concerns Socioemotional selectivity theory, Control, Sample, Family business and Marketing. Francesco Chirico combines subjects such as Principal–agent problem and Labour economics with his study of Socioemotional selectivity theory. His work deals with themes such as Entrepreneurial orientation, Proactivity, Demographic economics and Social group, which intersect with Control.
His work focuses on many connections between Family business and other disciplines, such as Public relations, that overlap with his field of interest in Organization studies. In his papers, Francesco Chirico integrates diverse fields, such as Perspective and Corporate governance. Francesco Chirico performs integrative study on Corporate governance and Stewardship.
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Dynamic capabilities and trans-generational value creation in family firms: The role of organizational culture:
Francesco Chirico;Mattias Nordqvist.
Knowledge Integration and Dynamic Organizational Adaptation in Family Firms
Francesco Chirico;Carlo Salvato.
Family Business Review (2008)
Resource orchestration in family firms: investigating how entrepreneurial orientation, generational involvement, and participative strategy affect performance
Francesco Chirico;David G. Sirmon;Salvatore Sciascia;Pietro Mazzola.
Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal (2011)
A farewell to the business: Championing exit and continuity in entrepreneurial family firms
Carlo Salvato;Francesco Chirico;Pramodita Sharma.
Family Firm Heterogeneity and Governance: A Configuration Approach
Mattias Nordqvist;Mattias Nordqvist;Pramodita Sharma;Pramodita Sharma;Francesco Chirico;Francesco Chirico.
Knowledge Accumulation in Family Firms Evidence from Four Case Studies
International Small Business Journal (2008)
Generational Involvement in the Top Management Team of Family Firms: Exploring Nonlinear Effects on Entrepreneurial Orientation:
Salvatore Sciascia;Pietro Mazzola;Francesco Chirico.
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice (2013)
Managerial Risk Taking A Multitheoretical Review and Future Research Agenda
Robert E. Hoskisson;Francesco Chirico;Francesco Chirico;Jinyong D. Zyung;Eni Gambeta.
Journal of Management (2017)
Exit Strategies in Family Firms: How Socioemotional Wealth Drives the Threshold of Performance
Dawn R. DeTienne;Francesco Chirico.
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice (2013)
The temporal evolution of proactiveness in family firms: the horizontal S-Curve hypothesis
Alfredo Vittorio De Massis;Alfredo Vittorio De Massis;Francesco Chirico;Josip Kotlar;Lucia Naldi.
Family Business Review (2014)
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