Since STEP’s founding in 2005, a number of scholarly and practitioner-focused publications have been written based on STEP ideas and data. Scholarly output includes journal articles, conference presentations, dissertations, and books. STEP-based journal articles have emerged in Strategic Entrepreneurship Journal, Family Business Review, Entrepreneurship and Regional Development, Small Business Economics, and other scholarly journals. Our scholars have presented and won awards at leading scholarly conferences such as the Academy of Management (AoM), Babson College Entrepreneurship Research Conference (BCERC), Family Enterprise Research Conference (FERC), Family Firm Institute (FFI), International Family Enterprise Research Academy (IFERA), and European Institute for Advanced Studies in Management (EIASM).
All of the STEP Project publications can be found here.
Given the applied research nature of STEP, we have been active in disseminating research findings through practitioner reports as well: a series of observation booklets from Europe (2) and Latin America (2), STEP Global Booklet Volume I, STEP Global Booklet Volume II (2 versions: English and Spanish), STEP Quantitative Survey Results 2015: Initial Report to the STEP Community, and the and the 2015-2016 STEP Annual Report.
STEP Teaching Case Collection
Submissions from 2016
Big boots to fill—the next generation continuing differently, Eric A. Clinton, Justin B. Craig, Vanessa Diaz-Moriana, and Catherine M. Faherty
Submissions from 2015
Turning the wheels at García Tuñon: a family business strategic dilemma, Nunzia Auletta and Aramis Rodriguez
Succession in Chinese Family Businesses (A): Fotile and the Mao Family, Jean Lee and Rebecca Chung
Succession in Chinese Family Businesses (B): Huamao and Xu Family, Jean Lee and Rebecca Chung
Succession in Chinese Family Businesses (C): An Urgent Family Meeting, Jean Lee and Rebecca Chung