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Argentina Soto Maciel

María Isabel de la Garza Ramos

José Luis Esparza Aguilar

Juan Manuel San Martín Reyna

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Resumen

La sucesión en la empresa familiar es considerada como una etapa decisiva para su continuidad. Aunque es uno de los tópicos más estudiados, solo una pequeña proporción de ellas sobrevive a cada transferencia generacional. En las economías en desarrollo como las latinoamericanas, la generación de conocimiento sobre el tema es significativa dada la importante proporción de empresas familiares en cada país, y en consecuencia su contribución económica y social. El presente trabajo es una revisión bibliográfica sobre el proceso de sucesión de la empresa familiar. Tiene por objetivo la reconstrucción de su campo de estudio para propiciar el desarrollo de nuevos trabajos. Entre los principales resultados destaca la relación entre la sucesión y la planeación estratégica, la influencia familiar y la gestión integral.

Keywords

family business, succession, bibliographyempresa familiar, sucesión, bibliografíaempresa familiar, sucessão, bibliografia

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