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Robert Nason is an Assistant Professor of Management at Concordia University. His research is situated in the intersection of strategy and entrepreneurship. He has examined the family’s influence on entrepreneurial activity ranging from the portfolio activity of business families to the informal institutional influence of family households on economic activity in impoverished settings. His current research interests include firm growth, slack management and the role of family household health on entrepreneurial activity. Robert has published his research in leading journals including Journal of Business Venturing, Entrepreneurship Theory & Practice, Small Business Economics and Family Business Review. In his commitment to practice, Robert has served in leadership roles at the Family Firm Institute and the STEP Project for Family Enterprising at Babson College.