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  1. The Ability and Willingness of Family Firms to Bribe: A Socioemotional Wealth Perspective.Shisong Jiang & Yijie Min - 2023 - Journal of Business Ethics 184 (1):237-254.
    Extant research concludes that family firms are less likely to bribe due to reputation concerns. However, such conclusions are, to a certain extent, inconsistent with the intuition and observation that some family firms can be aggressive bribers. This study employs a restricted-extended framework of socioemotional wealth model to reconcile this inconsistency. We propose family management, on the one hand, results in reputation preservation willingness; while on the other hand, results in an abuse of trust between family members and superior ability (...)
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