Study on the Relationship between Institutional Investors' Shareholding and the Performance of Enterprise De-familialization from the Perspective of Enterprise Growth Cycle
Taking Country Garden as an Example
Keywords:Enterprise growth cycle, Institutional investors holding shares, De-familialization of enterprises, Performance analysis.
This article selects Country Garden Company as a case study, based on the life cycle theory of family businesses, to study the reasons, plans, and economic consequences of its de-familialization, providing a basis for how family businesses in the current Chinese market can de-familialize and provide empirical references for de-familialization.
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