INTRODUÇÃO AO CONCEITO FAMÍLIA EMPRESÁRIA / INTRODUCTION TO THE FAMILY BUSINESS CONCEPT

Jorge Rodrigues

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Quem constitui a família empresária? A resposta a esta questão está por encontrar. Da aceitação da definição de família empresária irá depender a evolução do negócio familiar, a liderança e sucessão da família ou a divisão da herança. Através da revisão de literatura, com recurso aos conceitos de campo, habitus e capital simbólico, apresenta-se uma proposta exploratória de tipologia de família empresária. Esta aponta para um sistema aberto, intergeracional, com um perímetro de geometria variável, com fluxos de entrada e de saída no sistema, seja por causas naturais ou por razões de ordem social. Assim, são geradas combinatórias sempre originais, podendo torná-la potencialmente disfuncional e geradora de conflitos intermembros e/ou intraclãs. Logo, percebe-se a existência de um espaço social específico, relativamente autónomo, com regras de funcionamento, objetivos e interesses específicos.

Answering the question "Who constitutes the family business?" is not found yet. According to the acceptance of a definition of family business it will depend the evolution of family business, leadership, succession in the family or the division of inheritance. Through literature review, using concepts as field of investigation, habitus and symbolic capital, an exploratory proposal of typology of business family is presented. This proposal points to an open, intergenerational system with a variable geometry perimeter. This perimeter includes an input and output flows system, either for natural reasons or for social reasons. Thus, we have the generation of original combinations, which can be potentially dysfunctional and generating inter or intra clan conflicts. Hence, we understand the existence of a specific social space, relatively autonomous, with specific rules of operation, objectives and interests.

JEL: D02; D21; D23; Z13

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família empresária, campo social, capital social familiar / family businesses, social field, family social capital

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