Comparative Business Practices and Productivity Performance between Family and Non-family Firms: Perceptions and Poverty Reduction Effects in Cameroon

This policy brief attempts to explain productivity performance between family and non-family firms in Cameroon. It also attempts to determine whether family firms’ relative contribution to the social and economic development of a country is related to differences in production technologies and production efficiency, compared to non-family firms.

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Tabi Atemnkeng Johannes and Fomba Emmanuel Mbebeb

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