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Extant literature on the effects of family involvement on innovativeness has so far produced controversial results. While some papers argue that family firms are less innovative than non-family firms, other studies make a case for the exact opposite. So far most studies have tackled this question by taking a particularistic perspective. In this paper, however, we employ a broader approach and consider multiple drivers of innovation as a starting point. Drawing on the idiosyncrasies of familydoi:10.1007/978-3-658-04092-5_5 fatcat:z4csw2wdsncodedjku323hc7ja