An Analysis of ethical attitudes of family business owners in a transitional economy: The Case of Kosovo
A transitional economy provides an opportunity to examine the ethical attitudes of small businesses and family owned businesses. In this paper a survey of family businesses in Kosovo finds that family businesses do have different ethical attitudes than non-family businesses, although the differences are slight. Conflict among family members is associated with slightly improved ethical attitudes.
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Barbato, Robert; Lussier, Robert; and Sonfield, Matthew, "An Analysis of ethical attitudes of family business owners in a transitional economy: The Case of Kosovo" (2011). Accessed from
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