Articles de revues avec comité de lecture

Miller, D. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2017). Sources of Entrepreneurial Courage and Imagination: Three Perspectives, Three Contexts. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice 41(4): in press.

Miller, D. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2017). Underdog entrepreneurship: A model of challenge-based entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice 41(1): 7-17.

Cucculelli, M.; Le Breton-Miller, I. & Miller, D. (2016). Product Innovation, Firm Renewal and Family Governance. Journal of Family Business Strategy 7(2): 90-104.

Miller, D., Steier, L. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2016). What can Scholars of Entrepreneurship Learn from Sound Family Businesses? Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice 40(3): 445-455.

Le Breton-Miller, I. & Miller, D. (2016). Family Firms and Practices of Sustainability: A Contingency View. Journal of Family Business Strategy 7(1): 26-33.

Miller, D.; Wright, M.; Le Breton-Miller, I. & Scholes, L. (2015). Resources and Innovation in Family Businesses: The Janus-Face of Family Socio-Emotional Preferences. California Management Review 58(1): 20-40.

Le Breton-Miller, I & Miller, D. (2015). The Arts and Family Business: Linking Family Business Resources and Performance to Industry Characteristics. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice 39(6): 1349-1370.

Le Breton-Miller, I & Miller, D. (2015). Learning stewardship in family firms: For family, by family, across the life cycle. Academy of Management Learning Education 14(3): 386-399.

Le Breton-Miller, I.; Miller, D. & Barès, F. (2015). Governance and entrepreneurship in family firms: Agency, behavioral agency and resource-based comparisons. Journal of Family Business Strategy 6(1), 58-62.

Le Breton-Miller, I. & Miller, D. (2015). The Paradox of Resource Vulnerability: Considerations for Organizational Curatorship. Strategic Management Journal 36(3), 397-415.

Voordeckers, W.; Le Breton-Miller, I. & Miller, D. (2014). In Search of The Best of Both Worlds: Crafting a Finance Paper for FBR. Family Business Review 27(4): 281-286.

Le Breton-Miller, I. & Miller, D. (2014). Temporal Considerations in the Study of Family Firms. Reflections on “The Study of Organizational Behavior in Family Business”. European Journal of Work & Organizational Psychology 23(5): 669-673.

Miller, D. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2014). Deconstructing Socioemotional Wealth. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice 38(4): 713-720.

Miller, D., Le Breton-Miller, I., Minichilli, A., Corbetta, G. & Pittino, D. (2014). When do Non-Family CEOs Outperform in Family Firms? Agency and Behavioural Agency Perspectives. Journal of Management Studies 51(4): 547-572.

Le Breton-Miller, I. & Miller, D. (2013). Socioemotional Wealth across the Family Firm Life-Cycle. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice 37(6): 1391-1397.

Miller, D.; Le Breton-Miller, I. & Lester, R.H. (2013). Family Firm Governance, Strategic Conformity and Performance: Institutional versus Strategic Perspectives. Organization Science 24(1): 189-209.

  • Highly Cited Paper (Top 1% of its academic field based), Web of Science, Sept/October 2015.

Le Breton-Miller, I. & Miller, D. (2011). Family Firms and the Advantage of Multi-Temporality. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice 35(6): 1171-1177.

Miller, D. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2011). Governance, Social Identity, and Entrepreneurship Orientation in Closely Held Companies. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice 35(5): 1051-1076.

Le Breton-Miller, I.; Miller, D. & Lester, R.H. (2011). Stewardship or Agency: A Social Embeddedness Reconciliation of Conduct and Performance in Public Family Businesses. Organization Science 22(3): 704-721.

  • Reproduit dans Astrachan, J.H.; McMillan, K.S. & Pieper, T.M. (Eds.) (2012). Family Business. Critical Perspectives on Business and Management. London (UK): Routledge, Volume III – Part 5: Most Impactful Research, pp. 391-425.
  • Gagnant du prix Family Firm Institute (FFI) Best Unpublished Research Paper Award, New York 2009.
  • Highly Cited Paper (Top 1% of its academic field based), Web of Science, Sept/October 2015.

Miller, D.; Le Breton-Miller, I. & Lester, R.H. (2011). Family and Lone-Founder Ownership and Strategic Behavior: Social context, identity and institutional logics. Journal of Management Studies 48(1): 1-25.

  • Reproduit dans Astrachan, J.H.; McMillan, K.S. & Pieper, T.M. (Eds.) (2012). Family Business. Critical Perspectives on Business and Management. London (UK): Routledge, Volume IV – Part 5 (Ctd’): Most Impactful Research, pp. 27-57.
  • Gagnant du prix Journal of Management Studies Best Paper Prize for 2011, prix reçu en août 2012.
  • Highly Cited Paper (Top 1% of its academic field based), Web of Science, Sept/October 2015.

Le Breton-Miller, I. (2011). Les facteurs clés de la réussite des successions au sein des entreprises familiales. Gestion : Revue internationale de gestion 36(1): 25-34.

  • Reproduit dans St-Onge, S. & Guerrero, S. (Eds.) (2013). Gestion des carrières, Collection : Gestion et Savoirs, HEC Montréal, pp. 202-221.

Miller, D.; Le Breton-Miller, I. & Lester, R.H. (2010). Family Ownership and Acquisition Behavior in Publicly-Traded Companies. Strategic Management Journal 31(2): 201-214.

Le Breton-Miller, I. & Miller, D. (2009). Agency vs. Stewardship in Public Family Firms: A Social Embeddedness Reconciliation. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice 33(6): 1169-1191.

Miller, D.; Lee, J.; Chang. S. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2009). Filling the Institutional Void: The Social Behavior and Performance of Family vs Non-Family Technology Firms in Emerging MarketsJournal of International Business Studies40(5): 802-817.

Le Breton-Miller, I. & Miller, D. (2008). To Grow or to Harvest? Governance, Strategy and Performance in Family and Lone Founder Firms. The Journal of Strategy and Management 1(1): 41-56.

  • Gagnant du prix 2009 Outstanding Paper Award Winner, Emerald Literati Network.

Miller, D.; Le Breton-Miller, I. & Scholnick, B. (2008). Stewardship vs. Stagnation: An Empirical Comparison of Small Family and Non-Family Businesses. Journal of Management Studies 45(1): 50-78.

  • Reproduit dans Astrachan, J.H.; McMillan, K.S. & Pieper, T.M. (Eds.) (2012). Family Business. Critical Perspectives on Business and Management. London (UK): Routledge, Volume II – Part 4: Recent Conceptual Work, pp. 293-325.
  • Highly Cited Paper (Top 1% of its academic field based), Web of Science, Sept/October 2015.

Miller, D.; Le Breton-Miller, I.; Lester, R.H. & Cannella, A.A. (2007). Are Family Firms Really Superior Performers? Journal of Corporate Finance 13(5): 829-858.

  • Reproduit dans Astrachan, J.H.; McMillan, K.S. & Pieper, T.M. (Eds.) (2012). Family Business. Critical Perspectives on Business and Management. London (UK): Routledge, Volume III – Part 5: Most Impactful Research, pp. 463-508.
  • Gagnant du prix New Hot Paper in Economics and Business, by Essential Science Indicators of Thomson Science Watch (representing 0.1 of 1% of the most cited articles for the years 2007 & 2008).
  • Chronique mettant en vedette cet article dans “Research Briefs”, McFarlin, D.B. (2008). Does “family” matter to corporate performance? Academy of Management Perspectives 22(2): 100-101.
  • Highly Cited Paper (Top 1% of its academic field based), Web of Science, Sept/October 2015.

Miller, D.; Le Breton-Miller, I. & Lester, R.H. (2007). “Divided Loyalties: Governance, Conduct and Performance in Family vs. Other Businesses”, in G.T. Solomon (Ed.) Best Paper Proceedings of the Sixty-Sixth Annual Meeting of the Academy of Management (CD). Philadelphia (PA): Academy of Management, ISSN 1543-8643.

  • Gagnant du prix Best Family Business Paper Award, Academy of Management Conference 2007.

Miller, D. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2007). Kicking the Habit: Broadening our Horizons by Studying Family Business. Journal of Management Inquiry 16(1): 1-4.

Le Breton-Miller, I. & Miller, D. (2006). Why do Some Family Businesses Out-Compete? Governance, Long-Term Orientations, and Sustainable Capability. Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice 30(6): 731-746.

  • Reproduit dans Astrachan, J.H.; McMillan, K.S. & Pieper, T.M. (Eds.) (2012). Family Business. Critical Perspectives on Business and Management. London (UK): Routledge, Volume III – Part 5: Most Impactful Research, pp. 372-390.

Miller, D. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2006). Priorities, Practices and Strategies in Successful and Failing Family Businesses: An Elaboration and Test of the Configuration Perspective. Strategic Organization 4(4): 379-407.

Miller, D. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2006). The Best of Both Worlds: Exploitation and Exploration in Successful Family Businesses, in Baum, J. & al (eds.), Advances in Strategic Management: Strategy and Ecology, Vol 23. Oxford, UK: JAI/Elsevier, pp. 217-242.

Miller, D. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2006). Family Governance and Firm Performance: Agency, Stewardship and Capabilities. Family Business Review 19(1): 73-87.

  • Reproduit dans Astrachan, J.H.; McMillan, K.S. & Pieper, T.M. (Eds.) (2012). Family Business. Critical Perspectives on Business and Management. London (UK): Routledge, Volume II – Part 4: Recent Conceptual Work, pp. 253-273.

Miller, D. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2005). Management Insights from Great and Struggling Family Businesses. Long Range Planning 38(6), 517-530.

  • Reproduit dans Astrachan, J.H.; McMillan, K.S. & Pieper, T.M. (Eds.) (2012). Family Business. Critical Perspectives on Business and Management. London (UK): Routledge, Volume II – Part 4: Recent Conceptual Work, pp. 274-292.

Miller, D.; Hartwick, J. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2004). How to detect a management fad – and distinguish it from a classic. Business Horizons 47(4): 7-16.

  • Reproduit dans A. Wagner III & J.R. Hollenbeck (Eds.) (2009). Readings in Organizational Behavior, New York, (NY): Routledge, pp. 12-26.

Le Breton-Miller, I.; Miller, D. & Steier, L. (2004). Towards an Integrative Model of Effective FOB Succession. Entrepreneurship, Theory & Practice 28(4): 305-328.

Miller, D.; Steier, L. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2003). Lost in time: Intergenerational Succession, Change and Failure in Family Business. Journal of Business Venturing 18(4): 513-531.

  • Reproduit dans Astrachan, J.H.; McMillan, K.S. & Pieper, T.M. (Eds.), Family Business. Critical Perspectives on Business and Management. London (UK): Routledge, 2012, Volume II – Part 4: Recent Conceptual Work, pp. 325-345.
  • Reproduit dans Poutziouris. P.Z., Smyrnios, K.X. & Klein S.B. (Eds.). (2006). The Family Business Research Handbook, Cheltenham (UK) & Northampton (MA, USA): Edward Elgar Publishing, pp.371-387.
  • Traduit et adapté en français (2004): Trois modèles classiques d’échec de la succession intergénérationnelle dans l’entreprise familiale. Gestion: Revue internationale de gestion 29(3): 109-119.
  • Finaliste du FBN Research Honours 2006 pour le meilleur article publié sur les pratiques en entreprise familiale.

Miller, D. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2003). Challenge versus Advantage in Family Business. Strategic Organization 1(1): 127-134.

Chaussé, R.; Le Breton, I. et Tahmi, E. (1994). Les entrepreneurs, une affaire de famille. ASAC – Entrepreneurship 15(15): 40-58.

Articles professionnels

Miller, D. & Le Breton-Miller, I. & (2017). Les Underdog Entrepreneurs – Prospérer dans des conditions ardues. Revue Gestion 42(2): 34-36.

Le Breton-Miller, I. & Miller, D. (2016). Comment réduire les risques qui menacent la pérennité des entreprises familiales. Revue Gestion 41(3): 63-65.

Le Breton-Miller, I. et Miller, D. (2016). Entreprises familiales : comment bien préparer la relève. Revue Gestion 41(1): 65-69.

Miller, D. et Le Breton-Miller, I. (2015). Les entreprises familiales : s’inscrire dans la durée. À contre-courant d’une société de l’impatience. Revue Gestion 40(4): 38-43.

Miller, D. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2015). What Every Small Business Can Learn From Great Family Firms: The 4C Advantage. IESE Insight 25: 33-40.

Le Breton-Miller, I. et St-Cyr, L. (2011). La transmission des entreprises : Assurer leur pérennité Gestion : Revue internationale de gestion 36(1) :10-11.

Miller, D. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2006). Lessons from Family Firms about Managing for the Long Run, Leader to Leader Magazine 39, 13-17.

Le Breton-Miller, I. & Miller, D. (2005). “The Most Successful Form of Enterprise”, dans Shefsky, L.E. & Ward, J.L. (Eds). 2005 Kellogg Family Business Conference: Best Practices & New Ideas, May 17-18, 2005. Evanston (IL): Kellogg School of Management / Northern Trust / Duff & Phelps, pp. 42-44.

Livres

Miller, D. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2005). Managing for the Long Run: Lessons in Competitive Advantage from Great Family Businesses. Boston, MA: Harvard Business School Press.

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Cas pédagogiques

Paquette, K.; Le Breton-Miller, I. & Sardais, C. (2016). Robert Paquette Autobus et Fils inc. (Partie A: Trois générations de Paquette dans le transport de personnes / Partie B: Les contrecoups d’une croissance tous azimuts), Revue internationale de cas en gestion, 14(3) : 18p. & 11p. (n° 9 40 2016 010A-B).

Le Breton-Miller, I. & Sardais, C. (2016). Robert Paquette Autobus et Fils inc. (Note pédagogique), Revue internationale de cas en gestion, 14(3) : 13p. (n° 5 40 2016 011).

Le Breton-Miller, I. & Miller, D. (2015). Apollo Candy: When Family Is Barred from the Business (Part A) / Apollo Candy: Epilogue (Part B). HEC Montréal, Centrale de cas no.9 40 2015 027A (Case, 3p.), no.9 40 2015 027B (Case, 1p.) et no 5 40 2015 026 (Teaching Notes, 7p.).

Le Breton-Miller, I. & Miller, D. (2015). A Family and Its Small Businesses: Was It all Worth It? HEC Montréal, Centrale de cas no.9 40 2015 028 (Case, 3p.) et no 5 40 2015 027 (Teaching Notes, 5p.).

Miller, D. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2005). Who gets what in the carve-up? (case), Families in Business no 23, 12-13.

Miller, D. & Le Breton-Miller, I. (2005). How to bridge the gap when two partners have opposing visions for the company’s operation (case), Families in Business 21, 18-19.