- DMS 6129
- 613-562-5800 x 4730
- Family business
Peter Jaskiewicz conducts quantitative and qualitative research on entrepreneurship and family business. His current research focuses on antecedents of transgenerational entrepreneurship and corporate reputation in family and founder firms. Moreover, Peter researches organizational outcomes of entrepreneurial legacies, managerial pay dispersion, and family dynamics in these firms.
Peter's research has been published in journals such as Journal of Management Studies, Journal of Management, Journal of Business Venturing, Academy of Management Learning & Education, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Family Business Review, Journal of Small Business Management, and Journal of Business Research.
In his teaching, Peter shares up-to-date knowledge on entrepreneurship, family business and corporate governance with Bachelor, Master, and PhD students. Peter also organized an annual MBA Summer School on "Leadership in Europe" (2006-2008) and led an annual Study Tour on "Governance, Entrepreneurship and Family Business" (2009-2013) in Europe.Beyond research and teaching, Peter has successfully helped to fundraise more than $950,000 as the principal investigator or as a co-investigator of research proposals and grants.
He is currently a review board member at Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, Corporate Governance: An International Review, and Family Business Review. In addition to these academic positions, Peter is an Advisory Board member at Venture for Canada (http://www.ventureforcanada.ca).
Publications during the last 7 years
Chapters in Books
Decker, C., Heinrichs, K., Jaskiewicz, P. and Rau, S.B. What do we know about succession in family business? Mapping current knowledge and unexplored territory. In Hoy, F. and Kellermans, F.W.. The Routledge Companion to Family Business. London and New York: Routledge, 2016.
Bernhard, F. and Jaskiewicz, P. Ownership perceptions in family businesses - Psychological difficulties of the retiring owner-manager. In Stamm, I., Breitschmid, P. and Kohli, M.. Doing Succession in Europe: Generational Transfers in Family Businesses in Comparative Perspective. Switzerland: Schulthess, 2010.
Papers in Refereed Journals
Jaskiewicz, P., Block, J., Miller, D. and Combs, J. 2017. The effects of founder and family ownership on hired CEOs' incentives and firm performance. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 41(1): 73-103.
Jaskiewicz, P., Miller, D., Block, J. and Combs, J. 2017. Founder versus family owners' impact on pay dispersion among non-CEO top managers: Implications for firm performance. Journal of Management, 43(5): 1524-1552.
Jaskiewicz, P., Combs, J., Shanine, K. and Kacmar, M. 2017. Introducing the family: A review of family science with implications for strategy. The Academy of Management Annals, 11(1): 309-341.
Jaskiewicz, P., Luchak, A., In-Sue, O. and Chlosta, S. 2016. Are individual differences really dead? The mediating role of regulatory career goals in the relationship between individual differences and entrepreneurial intentions and status. Journal of Career Development, 43(4): 349-367.
Jaskiewicz, P., Godwin, M. and Lutz, E. 2016. For Money or Love? Financial and Socioemotional Considerations in Family Firm Succession. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 40(5): 1179-1190.
Jaskiewicz, P., Heinrichs, K., Rau, S.B. and Reay, T. 2016. To be or not to be? How families respond to tensions from family and firm logics in succession. Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 40(4): 781-813 .
Reay, T., Hinings, C.R. and Jaskiewicz, P. 2015. How Family, Business, and Community Logics Shape Family Firm Behavior and Rules of the Game in an Organizational Field. Family Business Review, 28(4): 292-311.
Carney, M. and Jaskiewicz, P. 2015. 6 books that shaped the landscape of family business scholarship. Academy of Management Learning & Education, 14(3): 423-428.
Jaskiewicz, P., Combs, J. and Rau, S.B. 2015. Entrepreneurial legacy: Toward a theory of how some family firms nurture transgenerational entrepreneurship. Journal of Business Venturing, 30(1): 29-49.
Jaskiewicz, P. and Luchak, A. 2013. Explaining performance differences between family firms with family and non-family CEOs: It's the nature of the family tie that counts! . Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, 37(6): 1361-1367.
Block, J., Miller, D., Jaskiewicz, P. and Spiegel, F. 2013. Technological importance and economic value of innovations in large family and founder firms: An analysis of patent data. Family Business Review, 26(2): 180-199.
Deephouse, D. and Jaskiewicz, P. 2013. Do family businesses have better reputations than nonfamily businesses? An integration of socioemotional wealth and social identity theories. Journal of Management Studies, 50(3): 337-360 .
Jaskiewicz, P., Uhlenbruck, K., Balkin, D. and Reay, T. 2013. Can nepotism be a source of competitive advantage? A social exchange perspective on types of nepotism. Family Business Review, 26(2): 121-139.
Block, J., Jaskiewicz, P. and Miller, D. 2011. Ownership versus management effects on performance in family and founder companies: A Bayesian analysis. Journal of Family Business Strategy, 2(4): 232-245.
Block, J., Miller, D., Jaskiewicz, P. and Spiegel, F. 2011. Innovation in founder and family firms: Entrepreneurial versus nurturer identities of owners. Frontiers of Entrepreneurship Research, 31(13): 437-450.
Niedermeyer, C., Jaskiewicz, P. and Klein, S. B. 2010. Can't get no satisfaction? Evaluating the sale of the family business from the family's perspective. Entrepreneurship & Regional Development: An International Journal, 22(3): 293-320.
Funded Research during the last 7 years
|2017-2019||Telfer School of Management Research Grants (SMRG)||Why Paying Female Managers Less Actually Costs More||R||I||PI||$ 9,562|
|2015-2020||SSHRC||CRC Chair application for strategic entrepreneurship||R||C||Co-I||$ 500,000|
|2015-2017||Concordia University||Curriculum Innovation Grant for Innovations in Entrepreneurship Education||R||O||PI||$ 4,000|
|2015||SSHRC||Partnership Development Grant||R||C||Co-I||$ 151,744|
|2015||Luc Beauregard Center of Excellence in Communications Research||How stakeholder identification with the family firm handcuffs the family firm: A qualitative analysis of Anheuser-Busch (with Burrows, S. & Deephouse, D.)||R||O||PI||$ 11,300|
|2015||Concordia Undergraduate Student Research Award (CUSRA)||Student summer research project on stakeholder over-identification||R||O||PI||$ 5,625|
|2014||SSHRC||Federal research grant for research on the antecedents and outcomes of the reputation of family firms||R||C||PI||$ 135,744|
|2014||Concordia Undergraduate Student Research Award (CUSRA)||Student summer research project on family firm reputation||R||O||PI||$ 5,625|
|2013||Campus Alberta Grant for International Learning||Provincial Government bursary to support top international proposals from about 70 institutions||O||O||PI||$ 21,000|
|2011||Campus Alberta Grant for International Learning||Provincial Government bursary to support top international proposals from about 70 institutions||R||O||PI||$ 11,250|
|2010-2013||SSHRC||Entrepreneurship and performance of family businesses||R||C||PI||$ 27,950|
|2010||Campus Alberta Grant for International Learning||Provincial Government bursary to support international learning, student exchange and research||R||O||PI||$ 20,250|
*Purpose = C: Contract (R and D), E: Equipment Grant, R: Research Grant, S: Support Award, P: Pedagogical Grant, O: Other, U: Unknown
**Type= C: Granting Councils, G: Government, F: Foundations, I: UO Internal Funding, O: Other, U: Unknown
Role: PI = Principal Investigator, Co-I = Co-Investigator, Co-PI = Co-Principal Investigator