• Purwanto Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Ekonomi Mahardhika
  • Eddy Madiono Sutanto Petra Christian University
  • Nanik Kustiningsih Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Ekonomi Mahardhika



Copreneurship, transgeneration, dark side, conflicts, resilience


The present study aimed to examine the role of copreneurship, transgeneration, and the dark side with conflicts in and continuity of family-managed small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) or family businesses. Data was derived from 178 owners of batik SMEs, consisting of both those managed by spouses and those inherited. Data analysis was done using SEM-AMOS.22 and showed that (1) copreneurship positively related to family business conflicts; (2) transgeneration positively related to business management conflicts; (3) member family’s dark side positively related to conflicts; and (4) conflicts occurred due to tenuous family social identity (decreased co­pre­ne­urship bond, transgenerational process failure and dark side) positively related to family bu­si­ness resilience. The present study also included control variables for business size and gene­ra­ti­onal order in order to determine the extent and resilience of business continuity.

Author Biographies

Eddy Madiono Sutanto, Petra Christian University

SCOPUS ID: 57190849239

Nanik Kustiningsih, Sekolah Tinggi Ilmu Ekonomi Mahardhika

SCOPUS ID: 57215010703


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How to Cite

Purwanto, P., Sutanto, E. M., & Kustiningsih, N. (2024). RESILIENCE AND CONFLICT: THE ROLES OF COPRENEURSHIP, TRANSGENERATION, AND DARK SIDE OF FAMILY BUSINESS. Jurnal Manajemen Dan Kewirausahaan, 26(1), 46-63.