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Craig Aronoff, Joseph Astrachan, and John Ward, Developing Family Business Policies: Your Guide to the Future (Family Enterprise Publishers, 1998).

Denis Leach and John Leahy, “Ownership Structures, Control and the Performance of Large British Companies”, Economic Journal, 1991.

Fred Neubauer and Alden G.Lank, The Family Business: its Governance for Sustainability (Routledge New York, 1998).

Daniela Montemerlo and John Ward, The Family Constitution: Agreements to Secure and Perpetuate Your Family and Your Business (Family Enterprise Publishers, 2005).

International Finance Corporation, http://www.ifc.org/corporategovernance.

International Finance Corporation, http://ifcln1.ifc.org/ifcext/corporategovernance.nsf/Content/WhyCG.

International Finance Corporation, http://www.ifc.org/ifcext/corporategovernance.nsf/Content/CGTools-FamilyFounderUnlisted.

Ivan Lansberg, Succeeding Generations: Realizing the Dream of Families in Business (Harvard Business School Press, 1999).

Ivan Lansberg, “The Succession Conspiracy”, Family Business Review, June 1988.

John Ward, Creating Effective Boards for Private Enterprises (Family Enterprise Publishers, 1991).

John Ward, “The Family Business Advantage: Unconventional Strategy”, Families in Business, 2002.

Kelin E. Gersick, John A. Davis, Marion McCollom Hampton, Ivan Lansberg, Generation to Generation: Life Cycles of the Family Business (Harvard University Press, 1997).

Mike Cohn, “Does your Company Put Family or Business First?”, The Business Journal of Phoenix, January 2005.

Monica Wagen, “Perspectives on Going Public”, Family Business, Spring 1996.

NACD, “The Board of Directors in a Family-Owned Business”, Director’s Handbook Series, 2004.

Newsweek, www.msnbc.msn.com/id/4660477/site/newsweek.

Richard Narva and Beth Silver, “How to Create Effective Governance in a Family Controlled Enterprise”, NACD Directors Monthly, August 2003.

Sir Adrian Cadbury, Family Firms and Their Governance: Creating Tomorrow’s Company from Today’s (Egon Zehnder International, 2000).

The Family Business Network, www.fbn-i.org/fbn/main.nsf/doclu/facts.



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