Economia e Dinamica Industriale

Managing the family firm: Evidence from CEOs at work | VOX, CEPR’s Policy Portal

Managing the family firm: Evidence from CEOs at work

Oriana Bandiera, Andrea Prat, Raffaella Sadun 12 February 2015

The hypothesis that family firms are good for growth has come under scrutiny in recent years. This paper presents novel evidence on fundamental differences in behaviour between family and professional CEOs. Family managers tend to work at least 9% less than non-family ones, which is driven by their preferences for leisure and work. Family CEOs are typically wealthier and thus increase their consumption of leisure, which is a normal good. However, this behaviour may have adverse effects on family owned firms since hours worked by CEOs are strongly related with productivity. Given the ubiquity of family-run firms, this can impact the entire economy.

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