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研究生:盧宜屏
研究生(外文):Lu, Ipin
論文名稱:家族企業成長模式之研究:家族資本觀點
論文名稱(外文):A Family Capital Perspective On The Growth Model oF Family business
指導教授:林麗娟林麗娟引用關係方世杰方世杰引用關係
指導教授(外文):Lin, JuliaFang, Shihchieh
口試委員:方世榮周信輝葉上葆林麗娟方世杰
口試委員(外文):Fang, ShyhrongChou, HsinhuiYeh, ShangpaoLin, JuliaFang, Shihchieh
口試日期:2012-07-03
學位類別:博士
校院名稱:義守大學
系所名稱:管理學院管理碩博士班
學門:商業及管理學門
學類:企業管理學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2012
畢業學年度:100
語文別:中文
論文頁數:112
中文關鍵詞:家族企業家族資本社會資本成長模式
外文關鍵詞:Family BusinessFamily CapitalSocial CapitalModel Of Growth
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族企業不僅遍布全球,對各國的就業與經濟成長貢獻卓越,也是台灣主要的企業經營型態之一。在台灣,家族主義不僅是重要的文化傳承,也是主流的企業組織運作原則,深深的影響了企業創業動機、企業運作、管理型態,永續經營等面向。過去的研究從社會資本的角度出發以解釋企業的成長脈絡,然而社會資本是在西方理論架構下發展出來的構念,其用來解釋在家族主義影響甚深的企業之行為,尚無法窺視全貌,因此本研究以社會資本為理論基礎,再輔以並適度修正西方國家發展出來的「家族資本」概念,共同來解釋台灣企業成長過程。本研究採用個案調查法,透過個案訪談與次集資料的佐證以剖析台灣企業的成長過程。研究指出,台灣家族企業的發展過程中會受到家族成員是否專業化、家族成員高度的組織承諾、家族規範的強度、家族成員間關係的距離和品質而影響到其後續的成長模式。
Family businesses are not only significant contributions to employment and economic growth around the world, but also one kind of the main business types. Scholars recognized that Chinese familism as an important cultural practice underlying economic life in Taiwan because of that in Taiwan is not only an important cultural heritage of the mainstream of business organization operating principles, but also deeply affect the entrepreneurship motivation, business operations, management style, and sustainability-oriented. Under familism kinship represents a pivotal governing force on the organization of business ownership, control networks, and expansion strategies. Many researchers explain the growth behaviors of family business starting from the concept of social capital, which was developed under the western theoretical framework used to explain the behavior of the corporate, however, is the concept suitable in of context of Taiwan ? Therefore, our research contributes to the family business literature by introducing and extending the concept of “ family capital ” which was developed based on the concept of social capital, proposed by Gersick, Davis, Hampton, and Lansberg (1997) to construct the whole picture of the developmental model of family businesses in Taiwan. Through a in-depth interview and triangulation with secondary data of qualitative approach, five aspects are constructed as professionalism of family members, family rules, organizational commitment, and the distance and quality of relationship between family members to describe the model of family business in Taiwan.
第一章 緒論
第一節 研究背景與動機1
第二節 問題陳述與研究目的5
第三節 研究重要性7
第二章 文獻評論
第一節 台灣家族企業與家族集團8
第二節 網絡理論與組織關係16
第三節 社會資本與家族資本21
第四節 成長策略的選擇37
第五節 家族資本對企業成長的影響47
第六節 概念性架構圖53
第三章 研究方法
第一節 研究設計54
第二節 資料來源59
第三節 訪談大綱61
第四節 編碼架構62
第四章 個案分析
第一節 個案簡介63
第二節 家族資本對企業成長的影響67
第三節 親屬關係距離與品質與成長的模式72
第四節 研究命題76
第五章 結論
第一節 研究結果77
第二節 理論貢獻與實務意涵81
第三節 研究限制與後續研究建議82
參考文獻
中文部分84
英文部分86
附錄
附錄一91
附錄二95
表次
表2-1 家族企業的定義12
表2-2 社會資本的定義26
表2-3 社會資本與家族資本之比較35
表2-4 成長策略的類型38
表3-1 研究受訪對象一覽表60
表3-2 本研究之編碼類別表62
圖次
圖2-1 家族企業定義與類型11
圖2-2 本研究之概念性架構圖49
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