Family Enterprise Research Conference
The Family Enterprise Research Conference (FERC) is dedicated to developing a community of scholars interested in conducting research into understanding family firms and creating usable knowledge in this field.
Co-founded by Mark Green and Pramodita Sharma, the goal of this conference is to enable scholars to design and develop research projects that are theoretically sound, empirically accurate, and of practical significance to family firms.
We strive to ensure that this conference:
- Helps build a global community of scholars interested in Family Enterprise Research
- Is held annually
- Is reasonably priced
- Is rigorous in its standards and developmental in its tone and culture
The Family Enterprise Research Conference will be held June 6-8, 2014 in Portland, Oregon at the Nines Hotel. This 10th anniversary event will be hosted by Oregon State University, site of the first FERC conference in 2005. The conference co-hosts will be Don Neubaum, Sherri Noxel, Kim Eddleston and Alex Stewart.
The 2015 Family Enterprise Research Conference will be held from June 3-7 in Burlington, Vermont at the Burlington Hilton. The conference Co-hosts will be Pramodita Sharma and Dann Van Der Vliet of the University of Vermont.
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