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November 1, 2002

Spain has moved to a pluralistic democracy, but its strong heritage of family businesses remain governed by a patriarchal system

Ivan Lansberg is an organisational psychologist specialising in complex family enterprise. He is a senior partner at Lansberg, Gersick and Associates, New Haven, CT, USA.

Spain has moved to a pluralistic democracy, but its strong heritage of family businesses remain governed by a patriarchal system

November 1, 2002

Family businesses must look to the future if they are to survive and the new generation in Spain is being given its chance

Francisco Valera is an associate of Lansberg, Gersick & Associates, a family business research and consultancy group.

Family businesses must look to the future if they are to survive and the new generation in Spain is being given its chance

This article is based on more than seven years' experience with young people from the next generation of family businesses in Spain and clearly conveys a message, from Spain's next generation of leaders and owners, of hope and enthusiasm about the continuity of their family businesses in Spain.

November 1, 2002

Fernando Casado, Managing Director of the IEF, talks about the important role that lobbying plays in Spain

Suzy Bibko is Editor-in-Chief of Families in Business magazine.

Fernando Casado, Managing Director of the IEF, talks about the important role that lobbying plays in Spain

Suzy Bibko (SB): What is the history of family business lobbying in Spain?

November 1, 2002

Spain’s IEF has been at the forefront of various initiatives to increase awareness between family businesses and the public

Juan Corona is academic director of the IEF.

Spain's IEF has been at the forefront of various initiatives to increase awareness between family businesses and the public

The Instituto de la empresa familiar (IEF) has been involved in several initiatives to increase the family business "learning curve" among both its members and the public. Two key initiatives concern educational programmes in universities and next generation member activities, and both look to be successes in Spain.

Education initiatives

November 1, 2002

The Instituto de la Empresa Familiar (IEF) has strongly supported the promotion and development of family enterprise in Spain, and represents the family business community on a national level

Juan Corona is Academic Director of the IEF; Jesús Casado is Business Relations Director of the IEF.

The Instituto de la Empresa Familiar (IEF) has strongly supported the promotion and development of family enterprise in Spain, and represents the family business community on a national level

November 1, 2002

Leopoldo Rodés, Honorary President and founder of the IEF, talks about the current state of affairs surrounding Spain’s rich culture of family business

Leopoldo Rodés is originally from Barcelona, a law graduate and Honorary President and founder of the IEF. He is currently President of the Media Planning publicity group, and is a member of the Executive Committee of the French multinational Havas. He is also a patron of cultural events and President of the MACBA Foundation.

Leopoldo Rodés, Honorary President and founder of the IEF, talks about the current state of affairs surrounding Spain's rich culture of family business

November 1, 2002

Tax reforms and other legislation have transformed the landscape of family business in Spain, as a lawyer explains

Emilio Cuatrecasas is a lawyer and Managing Partner of Cuatrecasas.

Tax reforms and other legislation have transformed the landscape of family business in Spain, as a lawyer explains

When I became a lawyer 25 years ago, Spaniards generally did not hold the role of entrepreneurs and businessmen in very high regard.

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