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FBR’s Carlo Salvato Elected PDW Chair

May 19, 2012 875

Dr. Carlo Salvato, Bocconi University
(unibocconi.eu)

We’re pleased to announce that Family Business Review (FBR) Associate Editor Carlo Salvato has been elected Professional Development Workshop (PDW) chair of the Academy of Management Entrepreneurship Division.

Carlo Salvato is an Associate Professor of strategic management and entrepreneurship at Bocconi University in Milan, Italy, where he also serves as Deputy Director of the Center for Research on Entrepreneurship and Entrepreneurs, as well as Director of the Master of Science in Management. He obtained a PhD in business administration and management from Bocconi University. Dr. Salvato’s research areas include corporate strategy, internal entrepreneurship, family firms and medium businesses, and design firms. He has authored papers in journals including Family Business Review, where he serves as associate editor, as well as Organization Science, Journal of Management Studies, Journal of Management, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, and Entrepreneurship and Regional Development.

Dr. Salvato, together with Justin B. Craig of Bond University, published “The Distinctiveness, Design, and Direction of Family Business Research: Insights From Management Luminaries” in the March 2012 special anniversary issue of FBR. The abstract:

In this article, the authors contribute to the 25th anniversary edition of Family Business Review by gleaning from a coterie of six established scholars insights related to the distinctive nature of family business research, the research designs that emanate from this distinctiveness, and their thoughts related to the direction of the field. While their insights are confirmatory to many who have contributed to the field’s strong current positioning, they serve to highlight to others the rich research opportunities that remain unexplored in the vast family business arena.

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