Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/2440/41046
Type: Report
Title: Towards an understanding of the significance of family business closures in South Australia
Author: Spoehr, John Douglas
Nukic, Senada
Robertson, Todd Stewart
Publisher: Centre for Labour Research, University of Adelaide
Issue Date: 2005
School/Discipline: School of Social Sciences : Gender, Work and Social Inquiry
School of Economics
Statement of
Responsibility: 
John Spoehr, Senada Nukic and Todd Robertson
Abstract: While there is a significant body of research focusing on the reasons for family business closures in Australia, little is known about the specific impacts of these closures. This study seeks to focus attention on this under-researched area of family business. It does so in the context of concerns about family business capital depletion and the potential for this to accelerate as the age profile of family business owners increases over the next 10 years in line with population ageing.
RMID: 0020075116
Published version: http://www.sapo.org.au/pub/pub4122.html
Appears in Collections:Gender Studies and Social Analysis publications

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