Determinantes de la intensidad franquiciadora: un enfoque de agencia
This article studies, from an agency perspective, the factors that explain the franchisor decision to integrate versus franchise its outlets. The analysis of a sample of Spanish franchise networks shows that franchising is more likely when: a) the costs of inefficient risk allocation between agent and principal are low, b) agent effort is a key success factor, and c) it is difficult to control the opportunistic behaviour of the agent. Furthermore, the importance of franchisor effort seems to affect negatively to the percentage of franchised outlets.
Volume (Year): 27 (2003)
Issue (Month): 1 (January)
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