Alessandro Minichilli
Alessandro Minichilli
Associate Professor, Bocconi University
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Top management teams in family‐controlled companies:‘familiness’,‘faultlines’, and their impact on financial performance
A Minichilli, G Corbetta, IC MacMillan
Journal of management studies 47 (2), 205-222, 2010
4782010
Making boards effective: An empirical examination of board task performance
A Minichilli, A Zattoni, F Zona
British Journal of Management 20 (1), 55-74, 2009
3402009
Is family leadership always beneficial?
D Miller, A Minichilli, G Corbetta
Strategic Management Journal 34 (5), 553-571, 2013
3272013
Board task performance: An exploration of micro‐and macro‐level determinants of board effectiveness
A Minichilli, A Zattoni, S Nielsen, M Huse
Journal of Organizational Behavior 33 (2), 193-215, 2012
1852012
Board leadership and strategy involvement in small firms: A team production approach
S Machold, M Huse, A Minichilli, M Nordqvist
Corporate Governance: An International Review 19 (4), 368-383, 2011
1692011
When do Non‐Family CEO s Outperform in Family Firms? Agency and Behavioural Agency Perspectives
D Miller, I Le Breton‐Miller, A Minichilli, G Corbetta, D Pittino
Journal of Management Studies 51 (4), 547-572, 2014
1512014
Understanding the leadership role of the board chairperson through a team production approach
J Gabrielsson, M Huse, A Minichilli
International journal of leadership studies 3 (1), 21-39, 2007
1342007
Corporate Boards as Assets for Operating in the New Europe:: The Value of Process-Oriented Boardroom Dynamics
M Huse, A Minichilli, M Schøning
Organizational Dynamics 34 (3), 285-297, 2005
1252005
A contingency model of boards of directors and firm innovation: The moderating role of firm size
F Zona, A Zattoni, A Minichilli
British Journal of Management 24 (3), 299-315, 2013
1232013
Weathering the storm: Family ownership, governance, and performance through the financial and economic crisis
A Minichilli, M Brogi, A Calabrò
Corporate Governance: An International Review 24 (6), 552-568, 2016
1222016
Gender interactions within the family firm
MD Amore, O Garofalo, A Minichilli
Management Science 60 (5), 1083-1097, 2014
1172014
CEO succession mechanisms, organizational context, and performance: A socio‐emotional wealth perspective on family‐controlled firms
A Minichilli, M Nordqvist, G Corbetta, MD Amore
Journal of Management Studies 51 (7), 1153-1179, 2014
1092014
Board evaluations: Making a fit between the purpose and the system
A Minichilli, J Gabrielsson, M Huse
Corporate Governance: An International Review 15 (4), 609-622, 2007
992007
Integrating agency and resource dependence theory: Firm profitability, industry regulation, and board task performance
A Pugliese, A Minichilli, A Zattoni
Journal of Business Research 67 (6), 1189-1200, 2014
972014
How do managerial successions shape corporate financial policies in family firms?
MD Amore, A Minichilli, G Corbetta
Journal of Corporate Finance 17 (4), 1016-1027, 2011
942011
Faster route to the CEO suite: Nepotism or managerial proficiency?
C Salvato, A Minichilli, R Piccarreta
Family Business Review 25 (2), 206-224, 2012
932012
Family involvement and firms’ establishment mode choice in foreign markets
A Boellis, S Mariotti, A Minichilli, L Piscitello
Journal of International Business Studies 47 (8), 929-950, 2016
912016
Strategic leadership and leaders in entrepreneurial contexts: A nexus for innovation and impact missed?
Z Simsek, JJP Jansen, A Minichilli, A Escriba‐Esteve
Journal of Management Studies 52 (4), 463-478, 2015
802015
The diffusion of equity incentive plans in Italian listed companies: What is the trigger?
A Zattoni, A Minichilli
Corporate Governance: An International Review 17 (2), 224-237, 2009
762009
The courage to choose! Primogeniture and leadership succession in family firms
A Calabrò, A Minichilli, MD Amore, M Brogi
Strategic Management Journal 39 (7), 2014-2035, 2018
752018
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