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The franchise paradox : new directions, different strategies

Author: Stuart Price
Publisher: London ; Herndon, VA : Cassell, 1997.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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With particular reference to the hospitality and catering industry, the author explores the facts and myths behind the franchising phenomenon and asks whether it is, as many claim, a guaranteed route  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Stuart Price
ISBN: 0304333689 9780304333684
OCLC Number: 37789112
Description: xxv, 614 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents: Preface / John Stanworth --
Introduction: Interpretations of franchising --
1. Franchising: the commercialization of 'bastard' feudalism? --
2. To franchise or not to franchise? The role of strategic choice --
3. Evaluating the decision to franchise --
4. Strategic groups, multi-market contact, and the decision to franchise --
5. To franchise or not to franchise? A careers approach to franchisee purchase decisions --
6. Types and sources of innovation in franchising --
7. Influences on sharing innovations on the franchise dyad: the roles of power and culture --
8. Behind the veneer of success: propensities for franchisor failure --
9. Franchisee financial performance: comparisons with non-franchised firms and the role of the environment --
10. Towards an anthropology of the franchise relationship: The roles of fiefs, clans, witch doctors, and professors / Stuart Price, Howard Price and Brian Kenny.
Responsibility: Stuart Price.
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