Roberto FlörenRoberto Flören is the first person in the Netherlands to be appointed as Professor of Family Business. He has held the Baker Tilly Berk Chair of Family Business and Business Transfer at Nyenrode since 2002. As an active member of the Nyenrode Center for Entrepreneurship he teaches Entrepreneurship in the full-time and part-time MSc programs in Management. He is also joint Program Manager of the DGA Masterclass at Nyenrode. His research focuses on family business, the world’s dominant form of enterprise.
He started a long-term research program on family businesses in 1992. His special interests relate to the interaction between the family, business and ownership systems within the family business. The results of the studies are, among others, used in the Nyenrode degree programs and executive courses. Many of the results have also resulted in a large number of (international) publications. His research efforts were awarded the NIVE-Jaarprijs (NIVE Award) in 1991 and the IFBPA Applied Research Award in 1997.
He is currently working on various family business projects together with a large number of organizations, intermediaries and branch organizations. He is a columnist for the 'Financieele Dagblad'. The main sponsors of his work include Baker Tilly Berk and ABN AMRO. Roberto received his Bachelor’s degree from Nyenrode Business Universiteit and his MBA from the University of Florida (minor in Finance). His PhD thesis Crown Princes in the Clay deals with succession issues in the succession of family farms.
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