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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
https://doi.org/10.11606/T.12.2023.tde-29052023-170210
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Author
Full name
José Geraldo Setter Filho
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2023
Supervisor
Committee
Machado Filho, Cláudio Antonio Pinheiro (President)
Comini, Graziella Maria
Lazzarini, Sérgio Giovanetti
Parente, Tobias Coutinho
Title in Portuguese
Determinantes do investimento em impacto socioambiental por famílias empresárias: um estudo quantitativo com famílias brasileiras
Keywords in Portuguese
Survey online
Empresa familiar
Família empresária
Investimento de impacto
Riqueza socioemocional
Abstract in Portuguese
A classe de ativos financeiros representada pelos investimentos de impacto encontra nas famílias empresárias um de seus usuais alocadores de recursos. Dados o crescente interesse nesse tipo de investimento e o volume de recursos envolvidos, torna-se relevante entender quais as características de famílias empresárias/empresas familiares que influenciam essa alocação de recursos. Partindo-se desse objetivo, e tendo em vista o desenvolvimento de uma exploração de natureza hipotética e quantitativa, este trabalho foi desenvolvido através da aplicação de um survey online com integrantes de famílias empresárias no Brasil. Como principal resultado, encontrou-se uma relação significante e positiva entre um maior nível de riqueza socioemocional (socioemotional wealth ou, simplesmente, SEW) e o valor alocado em investimentos de impacto. Em especial, a dimensão de proeminência da família mostrou-se ser aquela componente da SEW responsável pela relação encontrada. Os resultados deste estudo, além de permitirem o avanço da fronteira do conhecimento no tocante às famílias empresárias/empresas familiares, revelam inúmeras possibilidades de explorações futuras, bem como têm valor para a indústria de serviços voltados às famílias empresárias/empresas familiares. Em adição, trazem contribuições úteis para practitioners ligados ao campo dos investimentos de impacto.
Title in English
Determinants of the investment in socioenvironmental impact by entrepreneurial families: a quantitative study with Brazilian families
Keywords in English
Entrepreneurial family
Family business
Impact investing
Online survey
Socioemotional wealth
Abstract in English
The impact investment class of financial assets has business families among its usual allocators of resources. Given the growing interest and volume of resources directed towards this type of investment, it becomes relevant to understand which characteristics of entrepreneurial families/family businesses influence this allocation of resources. Based on this objective and considering the development of a hypothetical and quantitative exploration, this work was developed through the application of an online survey with members of business families in Brazil. As a major result, a significant and positive relationship was found between a higher level of Socioemotional Wealth (SEW) and the amount allocated to impact investments. In particular, the family prominence dimension proved to be the SEW component responsible for the relationship found. The results of this study, in addition to allowing the advance of the frontier of knowledge regarding business families/family businesses, also reveal countless possibilities for future explorations, as well as having value for the industry of services aimed at business families/family businesses Besides, they bring useful contributions to practitioners related to the field of impact investing.
 
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2023-06-01
 
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