Cristina Cruz
Cristina Cruz
Professor of Family Business and Entrepreneurship, IE Business School
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Socioemotional wealth in family firms: Theoretical dimensions, assessment approaches, and agenda for future research
P Berrone, C Cruz, LR Gomez-Mejia
Family Business Review 25 (3), 258-279, 2012
The bind that ties: Socioemotional wealth preservation in family firms
LR Gomez-Mejia, C Cruz, P Berrone, J De Castro
Academy of Management Annals 5 (1), 653-707, 2011
Socioemotional wealth and corporate responses to institutional pressures: Do family-controlled firms pollute less?
P Berrone, C Cruz, LR Gomez-Mejia, M Larraza-Kintana
Administrative science quarterly 55 (1), 82-113, 2010
Socioemotional wealth and proactive stakeholder engagement: Why family–controlled firms care more about their stakeholders
C Cennamo, P Berrone, C Cruz, LR Gomez–Mejia
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 36 (6), 1153-1173, 2012
Perceptions of benevolence and the design of agency contracts: CEO-TMT relationships in family firms
CC Cruz, LR Gómez-Mejia, M Becerra
Academy of Management Journal 53 (1), 69-89, 2010
Entrepreneurial orientation in family firms: A generational perspective
C Cruz, M Nordqvist
Small Business Economics 38 (1), 33-49, 2012
Are family firms really more socially responsible?
C Cruz, M Larraza‐Kintana, L Garcés‐Galdeano, P Berrone
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 38 (6), 1295-1316, 2014
Does family employment enhance MSEs performance?: Integrating socioemotional wealth and family embeddedness perspectives
C Cruz, R Justo, JO De Castro
Journal of Business Venturing 27 (1), 62-76, 2012
Financial reporting and the protection of socioemotional wealth in family-controlled firms
L Gomez-Mejia, C Cruz, C Imperatore
European Accounting Review 23 (3), 387-402, 2014
Is nepotism so bad for family firms? A socioemotional wealth approach
S Firfiray, C Cruz, I Neacsu, LR Gomez-Mejia
Human Resource Management Review 28 (1), 83-97, 2018
Socioemotional wealth and human resource management (HRM) in family-controlled firms
C Cruz, S Firfiray, LR Gomez-Mejia
Research in personnel and human resources management, 159-217, 2011
Why some firms adopt telecommuting while others do not: A contingency perspective
M Mayo, JC Pastor, L Gomez‐Mejia, C Cruz
Human Resource Management 48 (6), 917-939, 2009
Family business research in the European context
IC Botero, C Cruz, AD Massis, M Nordqvist
European Journal of International Management 9 (2), 139-159, 2015
When Do Women Make a Better Table? Examining the Influence of Women Directors on Family Firm’s Corporate Social Performance
C Cruz, R Justo, M Larraza-Kintana, L Garcés-Galdeano
Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice 43 (2), 282-301, 2019
Portfolio entrepreneurship as a mixed gamble: A winning bet for family entrepreneurs in SMEs
C Cruz, R Justo
Journal of Small Business Management 55 (4), 571-593, 2017
The role and impact of emotions in family business strategy: New approaches and paradigms
FW Kellermanns, C Dibrell, C Cruz
Journal of Family Business Strategy 5 (3), 277-279, 2014
Family-controlled firms and stakeholder management: A socioemotional wealth preservation perspective
P Berrone, C Cruz, LR Gomez-Mejia
The Sage handbook of family business, 179-195, 2014
From struggle to success via Latina sororities: Culture shock, marginalization, embracing ethnicity, and educational persistence through academic capital
D Orta, E Murguia, C Cruz
Journal of Hispanic Higher Education 18 (1), 41-58, 2019
Temporary Contracts and Work—Family Balance in a Dual Labor Market
R Bonet, C Cruz, DF Kranz, R Justo
ILR Review 66 (1), 55-87, 2013
Going back to the roots of socioemotional wealth
C Cruz, H Arredondo
Management Research: Journal of the Iberoamerican Academy of Management 14 …, 2016
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