Franz W. Kellermanns focuses on Public relations, Social psychology, Entrepreneurship, Marketing and Business studies. His Public relations research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Family business, Stewardship theory, Corporate governance, Principal–agent problem and Human resources. The various areas that Franz W. Kellermanns examines in his Corporate governance study include Competitive advantage and Financial performance.
His Social psychology research includes themes of Construct, Socioemotional selectivity theory and Perception. His Marketing research incorporates elements of Body of knowledge, Regional science, Face, Bibliometrics and Content analysis. Resource is closely connected to Identity in his research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Value.
Franz W. Kellermanns mostly deals with Family business, Business studies, Marketing, Social psychology and Entrepreneurship. His biological study deals with issues like Public relations, which deal with fields such as Corporate governance. Franz W. Kellermanns combines subjects such as Sample, Industrial organization and Affect with his study of Marketing.
The Social psychology study combines topics in areas such as Socioemotional selectivity theory, Human resources and Value. His study in the field of Entrepreneurial orientation is also linked to topics like Perspective. His studies in Knowledge management integrate themes in fields like Strategic Initiative, Construct and Process.
Franz W. Kellermanns focuses on Entrepreneurship, Family business, Affect, Social psychology and Kinship. His Entrepreneurship study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Conceptual framework, Strategic planning and Organizational culture. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Public relations and Human resources.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Internationalization, Socioemotional selectivity theory and Negative relationship in addition to Affect. His research integrates issues of Business ethics and Embeddedness in his study of Social psychology. Franz W. Kellermanns has included themes like Belongingness and Ghost in the machine in his Marketing study.
His primary scientific interests are in Demographic economics, Affect, Exploratory research, White and Job embeddedness. His Affect study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Internationalization, Socioemotional selectivity theory and Negative relationship. The concepts of his Exploratory research study are interwoven with issues in Collar and Business context.
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Destructive and productive family relationships: A stewardship theory perspective ☆
Kimberly A. Eddleston;Franz W. Kellermanns.
Feuding Families: When Conflict Does a Family Firm Good
Franz W. Kellermanns;Kimberly A. Eddleston.
Family Control and Family Firm Valuation by Family CEOs: The Importance of Intentions for Transgenerational Control
Thomas M. Zellweger;Franz W. Kellermanns;James J. Chrisman;Jess H. Chua.
Exploring the concept of familiness: Introducing family firm identity
Thomas M. Zellweger;Kimberly A. Eddleston;Franz W. Kellermanns;Franz W. Kellermanns.
An Exploratory Study of Family Member Characteristics and Involvement: Effects on Entrepreneurial Behavior in the Family Firm
Franz W. Kellermanns;Kimberly A. Eddleston;Tim Barnett;Allison Pearson.
Resource Configuration in Family Firms: Linking Resources, Strategic Planning and Technological Opportunities to Performance
Kimberly A. Eddleston;Franz Willi Kellermanns;Ravi Sarathy.
Corporate Entrepreneurship in Family Firms: A Family Perspective
Franz W. Kellermanns;Kimberly A. Eddleston.
Are family managers agents or stewards? An exploratory study in privately held family firms
James J. Chrisman;James J. Chrisman;Jess H. Chua;Franz W. Kellermanns;Erick P.C. Chang.
The Adolescence of Family Firm Research Taking Stock and Planning for the Future
Eric R. Gedajlovic;Michael Carney;James J. Chrisman;James J. Chrisman;Franz W. Kellermanns;Franz W. Kellermanns.
A Model of Business School Students' Acceptance of a Web-Based Course Management System
Luis L. Martins;Franz Willi Kellermanns.
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