Family Business Responses to Household and Business Cash-Flow Problems
Tia Michelle McDonald () and
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Tia Michelle McDonald: Ohio University
Journal of Family and Economic Issues, 2018, vol. 39, issue 1, 163-176
Abstract Family businesses can experience cash-flow problems in the business and also in the household. This article used bivariate analysis to examine the effect of cash-flow problems on normative resource transfers between the business and the household and found that the family business responded to business cash-flow problems by reducing the business’s contribution to household income, but household cash-flow problems did not affect the business’s contribution to household income.
Keywords: Family business; Resource allocation; Resource tension; Decision-making (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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