Re: Family Businesses and Licensing

2003-07-14 Thread AdmrlLocke
In a message dated 7/14/03 1:40:05 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: As a sidelight, I've noticed several father/daughter teams amoung lawyers, and the hardware retailer 88 Lumber is run by a father/daughter team (and it's not because the father doesn't have sons; he does). And speaking of famous

Re: Family Businesses and Licensing

2003-07-14 Thread AdmrlLocke
In a message dated 7/14/03 9:16:31 AM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: There are zero licensing requirements for farming. Eric Are there no federal permits and grandfathering in agriculture? Fred Foldvary The federal government imposes a host of rules and regulations on farming, everything from

Re: Family Businesses and Licensing

2003-07-13 Thread Robert A. Book
In my informal experience, fathers and sons tend to work together full-time only in professions with strict licensing or training requirements. Electricians, lawyers, realtors and even CPAs - I've found more father/son teams here than in any other type of job. All of those jobs have fairly

Re: Family Businesses and Licensing

2003-07-11 Thread Eric Crampton
On Thu, 10 Jul 2003, John Perich wrote: In my informal experience, fathers and sons tend to work together full-time only in professions with strict licensing or training requirements. Electricians, lawyers, realtors and even CPAs - I've There are zero licensing requirements for farming.

Re: Family Businesses and Licensing

2003-07-11 Thread zgocheno
In my informal experience, fathers and sons tend to work together full-time only in professions with strict licensing or training requirements. Electricians, lawyers, realtors and even CPAs - I've found more father/son teams here than in any other type of job. All of those jobs have

Re: Family Businesses and Licensing

2003-07-11 Thread Sampo Syreeni
On 2003-07-10, John Perich uttered to [EMAIL PROTECTED]: In my informal experience, fathers and sons tend to work together full-time only in professions with strict licensing or training requirements. That's an interesting one. My first stab is that we might go about it the other way. Why do

Re: Family Businesses and Licensing

2003-07-11 Thread John Morrow
Another interesting question might be how does the distribution of income of children of people in these professions vary conditional on whether they go into their parents line of work controlling for socioeconomic status, etc. I would gamble there are a disproportionate number of people