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Torsten M. Pieper
Torsten M. Pieper
Associate Professor of Management, University of North Carolina Charlotte
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The use of partial least squares structural equation modeling in strategic management research: a review of past practices and recommendations for future applications
JF Hair, M Sarstedt, TM Pieper, CM Ringle
Long range planning 45 (5-6), 320-340, 2012
21652012
The role of family ownership in international entrepreneurship: Exploring nonlinear effects
S Sciascia, P Mazzola, JH Astrachan, TM Pieper
Small Business Economics 38 (1), 15-31, 2012
4142012
The bulleye: A systems approach to modeling family firms
TM Pieper, SB Klein
Family Business Review 20 (4), 301-319, 2007
2792007
The impact of goal alignment on board existence and top management team composition: evidence from family‐influenced businesses
TM Pieper, SB Klein, P Jaskiewicz
Journal of Small Business Management 46 (3), 372-394, 2008
2492008
Non solus: Toward a psychology of family business
TM Pieper
Journal of Family Business Strategy 1 (1), 26-39, 2010
2142010
CEO tenure and entrepreneurial orientation within family and nonfamily firms
JR Boling, TM Pieper, JG Covin
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 40 (4), 891-913, 2016
2132016
Exploring the effect of distinct family firm reputation on consumers’ preferences
C Binz, JF Hair Jr, TM Pieper, A Baldauf
Journal of Family Business Strategy 4 (1), 3-11, 2013
2012013
Family firm goals and their effects on strategy, family and organization behavior: A review and research agenda
RI Williams Jr, TM Pieper, FW Kellermanns, JH Astrachan
International Journal of Management Reviews 20, S63-S82, 2018
1462018
Family involvement in the board of directors: Effects on sales internationalization
S Sciascia, P Mazzola, JH Astrachan, TM Pieper
Journal of small business management 51 (1), 83-99, 2013
1322013
Mechanisms to assure long-term family business survival: A study of the dynamics of cohesion in multigenerational family business families
TM Pieper
Peter Lang, 2007
1242007
Mechanisms to assure long-term family business survival: A study of the dynamics of cohesion in multigenerational family business families
TM Pieper
Peter Lang, 2007
1242007
Strategy, ownership, governance, and socio-psychological perspectives on family businesses from around the world
S Goel, P Mazzola, PH Phan, TM Pieper, RK Zachary
Journal of Family Business Strategy 3 (2), 54-65, 2012
1222012
Applications of partial least squares path modeling in management journals: A review of past practices and recommendations for future applications
JF Hair, M Sarstedt, TM Pieper, CM Ringle
Long Range Planning 45 (5-6), 320-340, 2012
942012
The persistence of multifamily firms: Founder imprinting, simple rules, and monitoring processes
TM Pieper, AD Smith, J Kudlats, JH Astrachan
Entrepreneurship theory and practice 39 (6), 1313-1337, 2015
932015
The global family business: Challenges and drivers for cross-border growth
VK Patel, TM Pieper, JF Hair Jr
Business Horizons 55 (3), 231-239, 2012
792012
Corporate governance in family firms: A literature review
T Pieper
INSEAD, 2003
772003
Method trends and method needs: Examining methods needed for accelerating the field
SR Wilson, JG Whitmoyer, TM Pieper, JH Astrachan, JF Hair Jr, ...
Journal of Family Business Strategy 5 (1), 4-14, 2014
762014
Trust and reciprocity in building inter-personal and inter-organizational commitment in small business co-operatives
O Pesämaa, T Pieper, RV Da Silva, WC Black, JF Hair Jr
Journal of Co-operative Organization and Management 1 (2), 81-92, 2013
702013
Conflict in family business: Common metaphors and suggestions for intervention
TM Pieper, JH Astrachan, GE Manners
Family Relations 62 (3), 490-500, 2013
672013
Family business goals, corporate citizenship behaviour and firm performance: Disentangling the connections
CA Binz, KE Ferguson, TM Pieper, JH Astrachan
International Journal of Management and Enterprise Development 16 (1-2), 34-56, 2017
642017
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