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Indians in Malaysia make thriving businesses. Therichest man in Malaysia is of Indian origin. Yet mostMalaysian Indian enterprises are small family businesses. A saying among theMalaysian Indian entrepreneurs states that the thirdgeneration will break the enterprise . This book examines the businesses, basedon fieldwork by the author. Process analysis of the case materialpresented, suggests that thelife cycle of a business corresponds to the model ofthe joint family: An entrepreneur founds theenterprise, the second generation continues building the enterprise as a joint estate.In the third generation the enterprise, and the joint family,disintegrates. The analysis demonstrates that a set of twoincommensurate values can explain the observed emergent social organization ofthe Indian diasporic entrepreneurs. The first of these values isthe desire among Indians to be eminent successfulindividuals .The second, conflicting value, is that of patriarchalauthorityimplicating that of being a subordinate son or daughter, and thus theimpossibility to achieve eminence within the family and enterprise,unless they break out on their own.
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