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Capital humain, gouvernance et performance des réseaux de franchise

Abstract : This article aims to enrich the explanatory framework of franchising through the Rajan-Zingales (2000) critical resources theory. In this framework, the importance of human assets appears to be essential in the explanation of the governance and the networks franchised vs. company owned unit choices. Propositions are derived to show the fit between resources' characteristics and the governance system explain the network performance.
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Frédéric Perdreau, Gérard Cliquet, Anne-Laure Le Nadant. Capital humain, gouvernance et performance des réseaux de franchise. Economies et Sociétés,, 2011, pp.987-1006. ⟨halshs-00631095⟩



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