The Bazán Family Business: Challenges for Continuing the Family Legacy

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María Piedad López-Vergara, Sanjay Goel & Gonzalo Gómez-Betancourt

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    María Piedad López-Vergara is full-time assistant professor for the General Management Department at the INALDE, Business School, University of La Sabana, Colombia. She obtained her PhD in Economics and Business Administration from the University of Jyäskylä, Finland, in 2013 and her executive Master of Business Administration degree from INALDE, Business School in 2007. She received the Matti Koiranen Award in the category of best doctoral dissertation prepared in Finland during 2013–2015. Her research interests include strategy and corporate governance in family firms, the role of women in family firms, psychological ownership in family shareholders and family dynamics in family firms. Professor López-Vergara is the head of the INALDE Family Business Research Center. She has experience in teaching, academic research, and business consulting.

    Sanjay Goel is an Associate Professor of Strategic Management and Entrepreneurship at the University of Minnesota Duluth, USA. His research interests are in the areas of strategic management, entrepreneurship, and family business. He was born in Dehradun, India.

    Gonzalo Gómez-Betancourt is the founder and Chief Executive Officer of the Legacy and Management Consulting Group, a company that focuses on family business consultancy. Gonzalo obtained his PhD in Management (Specialization: Business Policy, Sub-Specialization: Family Business) at the IESE Business School, Barcelona, Spain, 2000 and his Master of Business Administration Executive, from the INALDE Business School, Chía, Colombia, 1994. He has experience in the management of a Family Business Center, and as a professor in the area of family business and strategy. Professor Gómez has published various articles in national and international journals about corporate governance, family protocol, and dynamics in family businesses.

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