astrakhan

(redirected from astrachan)
Also found in: Dictionary, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to astrachan: Astrakhan
  • noun

Words related to astrakhan

the fur of young lambs

Related Words

a city in southwestern Russia on the delta of the Volga River

References in periodicals archive ?
2007; Zellweger & Astrachan, 2008) and provide direct evidence of endowment considerations of family owners as opposed to non-family owners, using an experimental research design.
In fact, family relationships generate unusual motivation, commitment and loyalties, and increase trust although values, beliefs, traditions and commitment tend to decrease after the second or third generation when problems usually arise (Tagiuri and Davis, 1994; Astrachan et al.
Handing Over the Business - Steps to a Successful Transition", led by Dr Joseph Astrachan from Cox Family Enterprises Centre (USA), will discuss how the family can work together to ensure the business is handed over from generation to generation with maximum efficiency.
Handing Over the Business - Steps to a Successful Transition", led by Dr Joseph Astrachan from Cox Family Enterprises Center (USA), will discuss how the family can work together to ensure the business is handed over from generation to generation with maximum efficiency.
Furthermore, it is important to determine the impact of specific human resource practices on performance, as illustrated by Astrachan and Kolenko (1994), who empirically examined the human resource practices in 600 family owned businesses.
The director died on Monday night at a Los Angeles Hospital, Joshua Astrachan, a producer at Altman's Sandcastle 5 Productions in New York City, said.
Swartzberg and his colleague, Mark Astrachan, said that there is a more than even chance that Procermex would take over the operational duties, writing that, "Modelo stands to make as much as the noted $200 million estimate (plus growth) annually if it takes on Gambrinus's duties itself, incurs an equivalent level of costs (e.
Their heirloom apple trees listed are; Baldwin, Calville Blanc, Chenango Strawberry, Cox Orange Pippin, Dutchess of Oldenburg, Fall Pippin, Golden Russet, Granny Smith, Gravenstein, Grimes Golden, Lady, McIntosh, Northern Spy, Opalescent, Pound Sweet, Red Astrachan, R.
Historically, about one-third of all family owned businesses survive into the second generation, said Joseph Astrachan, editor of Family Business Review, a journal published by the Family Firm Institute.
Only one-third of family businesses survive a second generation, according to Joseph Astrachan, Ph.
It took less than a week to install these chairs, so we could begin offering them in our theaters very quickly," Ross Astrachan, director of expansion and development for Caribbean Cinemas, added.
Joseph Astrachan based on the following criteria: proven business success; positive family/business linkage; multigenerational family business involvement; contributions to the industry and to the community; and innovative business practices and strategy.
8220;These family businesses are great examples of how family and business mix well for the benefit of our communities,” said Joe Astrachan, executive director of the Cox Family Enterprise Center.
Konsker, along with his Cushman team members Matthew Astrachan, Alexander Chudnoff, Paul Glickman and Mitti Lierbersohn, is going to Jones Lang LaSalle, a spokesperson for JLL said.