Les raisons d'être de la franchise dans les transactions de services aux entreprises
The Reason for the Franchise in Transactions Business Services Abstract - The franchise, as hybrid form of coordination undertake an asymmetric allocation of legal and economic rights between the parties. The franchise is a governance structure that is particularly successful in achieving balance incentive and control. However, business services represent less than 7% of franchise networks in France. We study why the markets for business services could become "new land of conquest" for the franchise.
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