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National University of Singapore (NUS)
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emerging economies, leadership succession, firm performance, relational embeddedness, legitimacy
portfolios of political ties, political parties, unrelated diversification, democratic emerging economies
political ties; sell-offs; industry exit; institutional transition; emerging economies
Political Ties, Diversification, Business Groups, Political-Economic Systems, Strategic Benefits
Socioemotional Wealth; Family Business; New Industry Entry; Diversification; Business Group; Emerging Economy
Business groups, Manufacturing industries, Startups, Social networks, Textile industry, Food industry, Chemical industry, Founders, Access to education, Firm location, Startup rates, Interpersonal relations, Firm growth
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