FFI On Friday | October 26, 2018

Prepared Exclusively for FFI Members

Meet the FBR
Associate Editors

In its 30+ year history, the Family Business Review (FBR) has had a series of distinguished editors.

As an FFI member, you may be familiar with many of them: Ivan Lansberg, Kelin Gersick, Max Wortman, Joseph Astrachan, Pramodita Sharma, and Tyge Payne.

But the enormous amount of work that goes into publishing a scholarly journal is accomplished and supported by a skilled team of associate editors. Today we are pleased to introduce you to the current team.

FBR Associate Editors

Donald O. Neubaum, Senior Associate Editor, is a DeSantis Distinguished Professor in Management and Entrepreneurship in the College of Business at Florida Atlantic University. His research interests include issues of ownership and governance and, how they relate to innovation and corporate entrepreneurship, family businesses, and ethics/social responsibility.

Keith H. Brigham is associate professor of entrepreneurship and Kent R. Hance Professor in Entrepreneurship Coordinator at Jerry S. Rawls College of Business and Administration, Texas Tech University. His research focuses on strategic management and entrepreneurship. He received FBR’s Excellent Reviewer Award in 2009, 2012, and 2016.

Jon Carr is the Jenkins Distinguished Professor of Entrepreneurship in the Department of Management, Innovation & Entrepreneurship at North Carolina State University. His research is focused on three general domains within the field of management – entrepreneurship, family business, and organizational behavior – and the interface between these general areas.

Cristina Cruz Serrano is professor of entrepreneurship and family business at IE Business School. Born into a family business, she dedicates most of her teaching and research to studying organizations in which a family group is present and has an influence in strategic decision making.

Alfredo De Massis is full professor of Entrepreneurship & Family Business at the Free University of Bozen-Bolzano, Italy, where he leads the Platform for Family Business Management. He is also co-director of family business research at Lancaster University Management School in the UK. He and his co-authors received the 2017 FBR Best Article Honorable Mention Award.

Daniel Holt is associate professor of management at Mississippi State University. He and his co-authors received the 2018 FBR Best Article Award.

Peter Jaskiewicz is full professor and University Research Chair in Enduring Entrepreneurship at the University of Ottawa where he conducts quantitative and qualitative research on entrepreneurship and family business. His current research focuses on antecedents of transgenerational entrepreneurship and corporate reputation in family and founder firms. For the last several years, Peter has been the committee chair for the FFI Best Unpublished Research Paper Award.

Nadine Kammerlander is full professor of family business at WHU – Otto Beisheim School of Management. She has several years of working experience with McKinsey & Company and advised several international companies active in the semiconductor and automotive industry in their product development processes and strategy. She has received the FFI Best Unpublished Paper, Best Doctoral Dissertation, and FBR Outstanding Reviewer awards from FFI. In 2018, she served on the program committee for the FFI annual global conference in London.

Josip Kotlar is associate professor of Family Business, School of Management, Politecnico di Milano (Italy) and Lancaster University Management School (UK). His research is at the intersection of strategy, entrepreneurship, and innovation, and his work focuses primarily on family businesses. In 2017, he received the FBR Outstanding Reviewer Award.

Allison W. Pearson is W. L. Giles Distinguished Professor of Management at Mississippi State University. She has been an associate editor of FBR since 2010.

Thanks to them all!

FBR is back online in early November with direct links to all articles since the journal was founded in 1988. As an FFI member, you have complimentary access to all the FBR issues. Watch this space for the new links when we receive them from our publisher SAGE.