Giovanna Campopiano
Giovanna Campopiano
Lancaster University Management School & LUMS Centre for Family Business
Email verificata su lancaster.ac.uk - Home page
TitoloCitata daAnno
Corporate social responsibility reporting: A content analysis in family and non-family firms
G Campopiano, A De Massis
Journal of Business Ethics 129 (3), 511-534, 2015
1632015
The impact of family involvement on SMEs’ performance: Theory and evidence
A De Massis, J Kotlar, G Campopiano, L Cassia
Journal of Small Business Management 53 (4), 924-948, 2015
1212015
Dispersion of family ownership and the performance of small-to-medium size private family firms
A De Massis, J Kotlar, G Campopiano, L Cassia
Journal of Family Business Strategy 4 (3), 166-175, 2013
982013
Firm philanthropy in small-and medium-sized family firms: The effects of family involvement in ownership and management
G Campopiano, A De Massis, F Chirico
Family Business Review 27 (3), 244-258, 2014
842014
Students climbing the entrepreneurial ladder
G Campopiano, T Minola, R Sainaghi
International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, 2016
392016
All in the family? An exploratory study of family member advisors and firm performance
L Naldi, F Chirico, FW Kellermanns, G Campopiano
Family Business Review 28 (3), 227-242, 2015
392015
Innovation in family firms: A systematic literature review and guidance for future research
A Calabrò, M Vecchiarini, J Gast, G Campopiano, A De Massis, S Kraus
International Journal of Management Reviews 21 (3), 317-355, 2019
362019
Women’s involvement in family firms: Progress and challenges for future research
G Campopiano, A De Massis, FR Rinaldi, S Sciascia
Journal of Family Business Strategy 8 (4), 200-212, 2017
332017
Corporate venturing in family business: A developmental approach of the enterprising family
T Minola, M Brumana, G Campopiano, RP Garrett, L Cassia
Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal 10 (4), 395-412, 2016
332016
Governance structure and internationalization of family-controlled firms: The mediating role of international entrepreneurial orientation
A Calabrò, G Campopiano, R Basco, T Pukall
European Management Journal 35 (2), 238-248, 2017
322017
The relationship between motivations and actions in corporate social responsibility: An exploratory study
G Campopiano, A De Massis, L Cassia
International Journal of Business and Society 13 (3), 391, 2012
322012
Transgenerational entrepreneurship around the world: Implications for family business research and practice
R Basco, A Calabrò, G Campopiano
Journal of Family Business Strategy, 2018
192018
Bringing to market technological innovation: What distinguishes success from failure
F Frattini, A De Massis, V Chiesa, L Cassia, G Campopiano
International Journal of Engineering Business Management 4 (Godište 2012), 4-15, 2012
152012
Principal-principal conflicts and family firm growth
A Calabrò, G Campopiano, R Basco
Journal of Family Business Management, 2017
142017
Turning innovativeness into domestic and international corporate venturing: the moderating effect of high family ownership and influence
A Calabro, T Minola, G Campopiano, T Pukall
European Journal of International Management 10 (5), 505-533, 2016
102016
Governance structure and internationalization of family controlled firms: The mediating role of international entrepreneurial orientation
A Calabro, G Campopiano, R Basco, T Pukall
European management journal 2 (3), 374-389, 2016
82016
Environmental Jolts, Family-Centered Non-economic Goals, and Innovation: A Framework of Family Firm Resilience
G Campopiano, A De Massis, J Kotlar
The Palgrave handbook of heterogeneity among family firms, 773-789, 2019
5*2019
Corporate social responsibility in family versus non-family enterprises: An exploratory study
G Campopiano, A De Massis, L Cassia
Social Entrepreneurship, 113-154, 2014
52014
Hierarchical dyadic congruence in family firms: The interplay of supervisor and supervisee socioemotional wealth importance and familial status
G Campopiano, E Rondi
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 43 (2), 322-329, 2019
42019
Family involvement and corporate social responsibility in small-and medium-sized family firms
G Campopiano, A De Massis
The Routledge Companion to Family Business, 2016
32016
Il sistema al momento non può eseguire l'operazione. Riprova più tardi.
Articoli 1–20