Franchise Bibliographies

In accordance with the Rosenberg International Franchise Center (RIFC) mission to conduct research and provide educational material about franchising, we have compiled bibliography lists on international franchise, social franchise, and franchise finance academic research to assist students, entrepreneurs, and the wider franchise community.

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Babich, V., & Tang, C. S. (2016). Franchise Contracting: The Effects of The Entrepreneur's Timing Option and Debt Financing. Production and Operations Management25(4), 662-683.


Bezemer, J. (2003, April). Notes of the presentation of Jan Bezemer on the financing of franchise networks. In ICPE Conference.


Bono, J. D. (1993). A Study of Franchise Financing, Performance Projections, and the Relationship Between the Franchisee and the Franchisor as the Major Obstacles to Successful Franchise Operations. Doctoral dissertation, Fontbonne College.


Ciećwierz, J. (2016). Franchising as a form of financing small and medium-sized enterprises in Poland on the example of retail chains Peter and Paul (Doctoral dissertation, Kolegium Nauk Ekonomicznych i Społecznych w Płocku).


Daszkowaki, D. (2010). Ease of Obtaining Franchise Financing. Available from: Franchise Training Programs. htm [Accesspried: 22/05/2010][Links].


Doty, J. L. (1971). Financing Franchise Systems. Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly12(2), 17-22.


Fielder, S., & Kanwar, C. (2015). Crowdfunding and Franchising. Int'l J. Franchising L.13, 35.


Fine, P. D. (1968). Financing Franchise Expansion. Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly9(3), 17-20.


Fine, P. D. (1969). Financing Franchise Expansion. Com. LJ74, 69.


Haley, G. (1992). Private finance for transportation and infrastructure projects: a view. International Journal of Project Management10(2), 63-68.


He, S. Q. (2008). Create good legal environment for public utilities adoption of the market principle based on franchise financing viewpoint. Pub Util2, 1-4.


Ibru, C. (2007). Financing Franchise through the small and medium enterprises equity investment scheme. In ATCTO Franchise Seminar paper. Thursday, May (Vol. 10, pp. 1-10).


Kirby, D. A., & Watson, A. (2003). Overcoming the financial constraints on small firm growth: the case of franchising. The Journal of Private Equity, 61-67.


Knight, R. M. (1986). Franchising from the franchisor and franchisee points of view. Journal of small business management24, 8.


Kotow, J. M. (1988). Borrower's Viewpoint: Financing a Franchise. Journal of Commercial Bank Unding. 70 (8): 4144.


Mat Hassan, E. (1998). PNS role in financing your franchise business. In Paper from the proceedings of The Malaysia Franchise Exhibition & Conference.


Mittelstaedt, R. A., & Peterson, M. O. (1980). Franchising and the Financing of Small Business. Interagency Task Force on Small Business Finance.


Nan, D., Lin, F., & Si, X. (2017). The Effect of Direct Financing on the Bank Franchise Value——An Empirical Study of Panzar-Rosse Model. Studies of International Finance6, 007.


Nilssen, D. (2008). Alternative Franchise Financing Can Close the Gap. FRANCHISING WORLD40(6), 33.


Park, K., & Jang, S. S. (2017). Is restaurant franchising capital a substitute for or a complement to debt?. International Journal of Hospitality Management63, 63-71.


Park, K., & Jang, S. S. (2018). Pecking order puzzle: Restaurant firms’ unique financing behaviors. International Journal of Hospitality Management70, 99-109.


Park, K., & Jang, S. (2018). Is franchising an additional financing source for franchisors? A Blinder–Oaxaca decomposition analysis. Tourism Economics, 1354816618757561.


Quindlen, T. (2004). In Franchise Financing, Flexibility Counts. FRANCHISING WORLD36(9), 21-22.


Savilonis, K. J. (2003). Think Flexibility in Franchise Financing. FRANCHISING WORLD35(7), 9-14.


Shane, S. A. (1996). Why franchise companies expand overseas. Journal of Business Venturing11(2), 73-88.


Sofijanova, E., & Stoimilova, N. (2016). Franchising and Leasing as a Support for the Growth of Small Businesses. Journal of Economics1(1).


Tyszka, A. (2016). Franchising as an alternative source of financing the company at the example of chosen gastronomic corporation (Doctoral dissertation, Zakład Polityki Społeczno-Gospodarczej).


Whittemore, M., Sherman, A. J., & Hotch, R. (1993). Financing your franchise. McGraw-Hill.


Xinyu, G. (2014). Strengthening Public Affairs through Project Financing of the Franchise Contract Foreign Intervention.


 


Abell, M., Fielder, S., & Singh, M. (2014). Bitcoin and international franchising. Int'l J. Franchising L.12, 33.


Alharbi, M. M. M. (2015). The potential Impact of International Franchising in Promoting and Developing Tourism Business in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA).


Aliouche, E. H. (2017). 15. International franchising: optimal market selection. Handbook of Research on Franchising, 295.


Aliouche E.H.; Bonet Fernandez D.; Chanut O.; Gharbi N. (2015)“Institutional Environments and the Internationalization of Franchise Chains:  The Contrasting Cases of Three North African Countries", Journal of Applied Business Research, 31(2), 417-436


Aliouche, E. H., & Schlentrich, U. A. (2008). International franchise assessment model: Entry and expansion in the European Union. Entrepreneurial Bus. LJ3, 517.


Aliouche E.H., Schlentrich U. (2011).  “Towards a Strategic Model of Global Franchise Expansion.” Journal of Retailing, 87 (3, 2011), 345-365


Aliouche, E. H., & Schlentrich, U. (2011). A model of optimal international market expansion: The case of US hotel chains expansion into China. In New developments in the theory of networks (pp. 135-154). Physica, Heidelberg.


Aliouche E.H., Schlentrich U., Frazer L. (2012). “Internationalization Modeling: A Comparative Analysis of American and Australian Franchise Firms.”Journal of Marketing Channels, 19:77-9


Alon, I. (2000). The organizational determinants of master international franchising. Journal of business and entrepreneurship12(2), 1.


Alon, I. (2001). International franchising in China with Kodak. Thunderbird International Business Review43(6), 737-754.


Alon, I. (2004). Global franchising and development in emerging and transitioning markets. Journal of Macromarketing24(2), 156-167.


Alon, I. (2006). Master international franchising in China: the case of The Athlete's Foot. International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Small Business4(1), 41-51.


Alon, I. (2006). Market conditions favoring master international franchising. Multinational Business Review14(2), 67-82.


Alon, I. (2012). Global franchising operations management: Cases in international and emerging markets operations. FT Press.


Alon, I. (2014). The internationalization of US franchising systems. Routledge.


Alon, I. (2016). Master International Franchising in China: The Case of the Athlete’s Foot. In Market Entry in China (pp. 133-145). Springer, Cham.


Alon, I., & McKee, D. (1999). Towards a macro environmental model of international franchising. Multinational Business Review7(1), 76.


Alon, I., & Shoham, A. (2010). Clustering for international market selection. In Franchising Globally (pp. 73-90). Palgrave Macmillan, London.


Alon, I., Toncar, M., & Le, L. (2002). American franchising competitiveness in China. Journal of Global Competitiveness10(1), 65-83.


Alon, I., Toncar, M., & McKee, D. (2000). Evaluating foreign-market environments for international franchising expansion. Foreign Trade Review35(1), 1-11.


Alon, I., Ni, L., & Wang, R. Y. (2010). Internationalization of franchising. In Franchising globally (pp. 54-72). Palgrave Macmillan, London.


Alon, I., Ni, L., & Wang, Y. (2012). Examining the determinants of hotel chain expansion through international franchising. International Journal of Hospitality Management31(2), 379-386.


Alon, I., Welsh, D. H., (2002). Global franchising in emerging and transitioning economies. International Journal of Business and Economics2(1), 332-343.


Alon, I., & Welsh, D. H. (2003). International franchising in industrialized markets: Western and Northern Europe. CCH Incorporated.


Altinay, L. (2004). Implementing international franchising: the role of intrapreneurship. International Journal of Service Industry Management15(5), 426-443.


Altinay, L. (2006). Selecting partners in an international franchise organisation. International Journal of Hospitality Management25(1), 108-128.


Altinay, L., & Miles, S. (2006). International franchising decision-making: An application of stakeholder theory. The Service Industries Journal26(4), 421-436.


Anttonen, N., Tuunanen, M., & Alon, I. (2005). The international business environments of franchising in Russia. Academy of Marketing Science Review2005, 1.


Altinay, L., & Wang, C. L. (2006). The role of prior knowledge in international franchise partner recruitment. International Journal of Service Industry Management17(5), 430-443.


Attard, C., Lindsey, M., Metzlaff, K., & Pratt, J. (2014). Internet Issues in International Franchising. Int'l J. Franchising L.12, 11.


Aydin, N., & Kacker, M. (1990). International outlook of US-based franchisers. International Marketing Review7(2).


Bae, H. (2016). Essay on the Lessons Learned from Korean Franchisors Going International. 프랜차이즈경영연구7(1), 5-11.


Baena, V. (2009). Modeling global franchising in emerging markets: An entry mode analysis. Journal of East-West Business15(3-4), 164-188.


Baena, V. (2012). Market conditions driving international franchising in emerging markets. International Journal of Emerging Markets7(1), 49-71.


Baena, V. (2013). Insights on international franchising: entry mode decision. Latin American Business Review14(1), 1-27.


Baena, V., & Cervino, J. (2012). International franchise expansion of service chains: insights from the Spanish market. The Service Industries Journal32(7), 1121-1136.


Baena, V., & Cerviño, J. (2014). International franchising decision-making: A model for country choice. Latin American Business Review15(1), 13-43.


Burton, F., & Cross, A. R. (1997). International franchising: market versus hierarchy. In Internationalisation strategies (pp. 135-152). Palgrave Macmillan, London.


Burton, F., & Cross, A. R. (2015). A Reappraisal of Franchising Across National Boundaries in Foreign Market Entry Mode Analysis. In Proceedings of the 1993 Academy of Marketing Science (AMS) Annual Conference (pp. 638-642). Springer, Cham.


Byrd, K., & Ross, L. (2015). Global Opportunity Identification: Exploratory Analysis of the Precursors of Franchisor International Growth and Development.


Chen, Y., Justis, R. T., & Yang, H. L. (2004, March). Global e-business, international franchising, and theory of Netchising: A research alliance of east and west. In Proceedings of the 18th Annual International Society of Franchising Conference (pp. 5-7).


Chen, H. H. (2010). The explanations of agency theory on international multi-unit franchising in the Taiwanese marketplace. International Journal of Organizational Innovation (Online)3(1), 53.


Cheng, J. M. S., Lin, J. Y. C., Tu, H. H., & Wu, N. S. (2007). Toward a stage model of the international franchise system development: The experience of firms from Taiwan. Journal of Marketing Channels14(4), 65-83.


Choo, S. (2003). Determining the Critical Success Factors of International Franchising: Cases of Foreign Franchisors in East Asia.


Choo, S. (2005). Determinants of monitoring capabilities in international franchising: foodservice firms within East Asia. Asia Pacific Journal of Management22(2), 159-177.


Choo, S., Mazzarol, T., & Soutar, G. (2007). The selection of international retail franchisees in East Asia. Asia Pacific Journal of Marketing and Logistics19(4), 380-397.


Dana, L. P. (Ed.). (2004). Handbook of research on international entrepreneurship. Edward Elgar Publishing.


Dant, R. P., & Grünhagen, M. (2014). International franchising research: Some thoughts on the what, where, when, and how. Journal of Marketing Channels21(3), 124-132.


Dev, C. S., Erramilli, M. K., & Agarwal, S. (2002). Brands across borders: determining factors in choosing franchising or management contracts for entering international markets. Cornell Hotel and Restaurant Administration Quarterly43(6), 91-104.


Dinu, A. M. (2016). Understanding the risks of international franchising. Quaestus, (8), 363.


Doherty, A. M. (2009). Market and partner selection processes in international retail franchising. Journal of Business Research62(5), 528-534.


Doherty, A. M. (2007). Support mechanisms in international retail franchise networks. International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management35(10), 781-802.


Doherty, A. M., & Alexander, N. (2004). Relationship development in international retail franchising: Case study evidence from the UK fashion sector. European journal of marketing38(9/10), 1215-1235.


Doherty, A. M., & Alexander, N. (2006). Power and control in international retail franchising. European Journal of Marketing40(11/12), 1292-1316.


Dunning, J. H., Pak, Y. S., & Beldona, S. (2007). Foreign ownership strategies of UK and US international franchisors: An exploratory application of Dunning's envelope paradigm. International Business Review16(5), 531-548.


Eckhardt, D. (2015). International Franchising: How Agency Theory and Transaction Cost Theory Determine the Choice of Governance Structure (Doctoral dissertation, uniwien).


Elango, B. (2007). Are franchisors with international operations different from those who are domestic market oriented?. Journal of Small Business Management45(2), 179-193.


Falbe, C. M., & Welsh, D. H. (1998). NAFTA and franchising: A comparison of franchisor perceptions of characteristics associated with franchisee success and failure in Canada, Mexico, and the United States. Journal of Business Venturing13(2), 151-171.


Fladmoe-Lindquist, K. (1996). International franchising: Capabilities and development. Journal of Business Venturing11(5), 419-438.


Fladmoe-Lindquist, K. (2000). 9 International franchising. Globalization of services: Some implications for theory and practice19, 197.


Floriani, B., & Lindsey, M. K. (2002). The continuing impact of the Internet on international franchising. Bus. L. Int'l, 86.


Frazer, L., Merrilees, B., & Bodey, K. (2007). Franchisors do their homework before entering international markets: Experiences from the Australian franchising sector. International Entrepreneurship and Management Journal3(4), 437-452.


Garg, V. K., & Rasheed, A. A. (2003). International multi-unit franchising: an agency theoretic explanation. International Business Review12(3), 329-348.


Garg, V. K., & Rasheed, A. A. (2006). An explanation of international franchisors’ preference for multi-unit franchising. International Journal of Entrepreneurship10(1), 1-20.


Ghantous, N., Das, S. S., & Chameroy, F. (2018). Governance capabilities and relationship performance in international franchising. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services40, 19-30.


Giller, R. A., Wiselgren, S. L., & Gladdis, L. (2014). Enforcing arbitration awards in international franchising. Franchise LJ34, 351.


Gotsopoulou, N. (2000). Legal issues on international franchising and electronic commerce. Business Law Review21(12), 288-290.


Grewal, D., Iyer, G. R., Javalgi, R. R. G., & Radulovich, L. (2011). Franchise partnership and international expansion: a conceptual framework and research propositions. Entrepreneurship theory and practice35(3), 533-557.


Grünhagen, Marko, Rajiv P. Dant and Mingxia Zhu (2012), “Emerging Consumer Perspectives on American Franchise Offerings: Variety Seeking Behavior in China,” Journal of Small Business Management, 50 (4), 596-620.


Grünhagen, Marko, Carl L. Witte and Susie Pryor (2010), “Effects of U.S.-based Franchising in the Developing World: A Middle-Eastern Consumer Perspective,” Journal of Consumer Behaviour, 9 (1), 1-17 (Lead Article).


Grünhagen, Marko and Carl L. Witte (2005), “The Role of Franchising as a Driver of Economic Development for Emerging Economies,” Journal of Business, Industry and Economics, 5 (Spring), 27-45.


Grünhagen, Marko and Robert A. Mittelstaedt (2003), “Multi-Unit Franchising: A New Opportunity for Franchisees Globally?,” in: Welsh, D.H.B. and Alon, I. (eds.), International Franchising: North America, the Pacific Rim, and Other Countries, Chicago, IL: CCH Inc., 95-115, ISBN 0-8080-0927-3.


Hadjimarcou, J., & Barnes, J. W. (1998). Case study: strategic alliances in international franchising-the entry of Silver Streak Restaurant Corporation into Mexico. Journal of Consumer Marketing15(6), 598-607.


Hawkes, C. K., & Bandyopadhyay, S. (2002). International growth of US franchising: Cultural and legal barriers. International Franchising in Emerging Markets: Central and Eastern Europe and Latin America, 199-207.


Herndon, N. C. (2014). International franchising research and practice: Past, present, and future.


Heung, V. C., Zhang, H., & Jiang, C. (2008). International franchising: opportunities for China's state-owned hotels?. International Journal of Hospitality Management27(3), 368-380.


Hoffman, R. C., Munemo, J., & Watson, S. (2016). International franchise expansion: the role of institutions and transaction costs. Journal of International Management22(2), 101-114.


Hoffman, R. C., & Preble, J. F. (2004). Global franchising: Current status and future challenges. Journal of Services Marketing18(2), 101-113.


Hoffman, R. C., Watson, S., & Preble, J. F. (2016). International Expansion of United States Franchisors: A Status Report and Propositions for Future Research. Journal of Marketing Channels23(4), 180-195.


Hoy, F., & Stanworth, J. (2014). Franchising: an international perspective. Routledge.


Hunter Jr, R. J., & Lozada, H. R. (2000). Master Franchising/International Franchising-A Primer on Marketing and Legal Aspects. Jones L. Rev.4, 45.


Hussain, D., Sreckovic, M., & Windsperger, J. (2018). An organizational capability perspective on multi-unit franchising. Small Business Economics50(4), 717-727.


Huszagh, S. M., Huszagh, F. W., & McIntyre, F. S. (1992). International franchising in the context of competitive strategy and the theory of the firm. International Marketing Review9(5).


Jell-Ojobor, M., & Alon, I. (2017). 17. Determinants of master international franchising. Handbook of Research on Franchising, 348.


Jell-Ojobor, M., & Windsperger, J. (2017). 16. Internationalization of franchise networks. Handbook of Research on Franchising, 317.


Jeon, Hyo Jin (Jean), Brinja Meiseberg, Rajiv P. Dant and Marko Grünhagen (2016), “Cultural Convergence in Emerging Markets: The Case of McDonald’s in China and India,” Journal of Small Business Management, 54 (2), 732-749.


Johnson, J., & Alon, I. (2006). How do international franchisors cluster?. In Service Franchising (pp. 121-138). Springer, Boston, MA.


Kacker, M. P., & McCosker, C. F. (2015). Regional Variations in Franchise Fees International Markets: A Comparative Study of Australian and US Franchise Systems. In Proceedings of the 1997 World Marketing Congress (pp. 444-448). Springer, Cham.


Kalnins, A. (2005). Overestimation and venture survival: An empirical analysis of development commitments in international master franchising ventures. Journal of Economics & Management Strategy14(4), 933-953.


Kedia, B. L., Ackerman, D. J., & Justis, R. T. (1995). Changing barriers to the internationalization of franchising operations: perceptions of domestic and international franchisors. Thunderbird International Business Review37(4), 329-348.


Konigsberg, A. S. (1991). International franchising. Juris Pub Inc.


Kretinin, A., & Morgan, T. (2017). The impact of environmental factors on international performance of multiunit franchising. In United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship. Conference Proceedings (p. 637). United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship.


Lafontaine, F., & Oxley, J. (2001). International franchising: Evidence from US and Canadian franchisors in Mexico (No. w8179). National Bureau of Economic Research.


Lafontaine, F., & Oxley, J. E. (2004). International franchising practices in Mexico: Do franchisors customize their contracts?. Journal of Economics & Management Strategy13(1), 95-123.


Lee, K. (2008). Issues for international franchising: lessons from the case of a Poland-based restaurant operator. Cornell Hospitality Quarterly49(4), 454-457.


Lozada, H. R., Hunter, R. J., & Kritz, G. H. (2005). Master franchising as an entry strategy: marketing and legal implications. Coastal Bus. J.4, 16-24.


Madanoglu, M., Alon, I., & Shoham, A. (2017). Push and pull factors in international franchising. International Marketing Review34(1), 29-45.


Madanoglu, M., & Castrogiovanni, G. J. (2017). 18. International franchising: influences of environmental uncertainty and munificence on market entry timing. Handbook of Research on Franchising, 377.


Merrilees, B. (2014). International franchising: Evolution of theory and practice. Journal of Marketing Channels21(3), 133-142.


Michael, S. C. (2003). Determinants of the rate of franchising among nations. MIR: management international review, 267-290.


Michael, S. C. (2014). Can franchising be an economic development strategy? An empirical investigation. Small business economics42(3), 611-620.


Moore, C. M., Birtwistle, G., & Burt, S. (2004). Channel power, conflict and conflict resolution in international fashion retailing. European Journal of Marketing38(7), 749-769.


Müller, H. J. (2015). The Internationalization of the Service Franchising Operations: Decision Making During Internationalization Process: A View in International Consulting/Training Business. pinnacle business management.


Mumdžiev, N. (2011). Allocation of decision rights in international franchise firms: The case of master and direct franchising. In New Developments in the Theory of Networks(pp. 45-58). Physica, Heidelberg.


Nguyen, P. (2015). Are you prepared for international franchising. This is a presentation given at the International Franchise Summit in Kuala.


Ni, L., & Alon, I. (2010). US-based fast-food restaurants: factors influencing the international expansion of franchise systems. Journal of Marketing Channels17(4), 339-359.


Paik, Y., & Choi, D. Y. (2007). Control, autonomy and collaboration in the fast food industry: A comparative study between domestic and international franchising. International Small Business Journal25(5), 539-562.


Pak, Y. S. (2002). The effect of strategic motives on the choice of entry modes: An empirical test of international franchisers. Multinational Business Review10(1), 28.


Pedro, M. I. (2009). AGENCY THEORY AND THE FRANCHISING INTERNATIONALIZATION INTENTION. International Journal of Academic Research1(2).


Pengilley, W. (1985). International franchising arrangements and problems in their negotiation. Nw. J. Int'l L. & Bus.7, 185.


Petersen, B., & Welch, L. S. (2000). International retailing operations: downstream entry and expansion via franchising. International Business Review9(4), 479-496.


Pratt, J. (2015). A" Thoughtful, Useful, and Succinct Reference" on International Franchise Sales Laws. Franchise Law Journal35(2), 279.


Preble, J. F. (1995). Franchising systems around the globe: a status report. Journal of Small Business Management33(2), 80.


Preble, J. F., & Hoffman, R. C. (2006). Strategies for business format franchisors to expand into global markets. Journal of Marketing Channels13(3), 29-50.


Quinn, B. (1998). Towards a framework for the study of franchising as an operating mode for international retail companies. The International Review of Retail, Distribution and Consumer Research8(4), 445-467.


Quinn, B. (1999). Control and support in an international franchise network. International Marketing Review16(4/5), 345-362.


Quinn, B., & Alexander, N. (2002). International retail franchising: a conceptual framework. International journal of retail & distribution management30(5), 264-276.


Quinn, B., & Doherty, A. M. (2000). Power and control in international retail franchising–evidence from theory and practice. International marketing review17(4/5), 354-372.


Qureshi, J. A., Qureshi, M. S., & Qureshi, M. A. (2018). Mitigating Risk of Failure by Expanding Family Entrepreneurship and Learning from International Franchising Experiences of Johnny Rockets: A Case Study in Pakistan. International Journal of Experiential Learning & Case Studies3(1), 110-127.


Ramírez-Hurtado, J. M., Berbel-Pineda, J. M., & Palacios-Florencio, B. (2018). Study of the influence of socio-economic factors in the international expansion of Spanish franchisors to Latin American countries. PloS one13(1), e0190391.


Robson, M. J., Kadile, V., Watson, K., & Clegg, L. J. (2018). International Franchising Relationships. In Advances in Global Marketing (pp. 427-446). Springer, Cham.


Rosado-serrano, A. L. E. X. A. N. D. E. R. (2018). International Franchising: Entry modes & Partnership Management in Latin America.


Rosado-Serrano, A., Dikova, D., & Paul, J. (2018). International franchising: A literature review and research agenda. Journal of Business Research85, 238-257.


Rosado-Serrano, A., & Paul, J. (2018). A new conceptual model for international franchising. International Journal of Hospitality Management.


Sashi, C. M., & Prasad Karuppur, D. (2002). Franchising in global markets: towards a conceptual framework. International Marketing Review19(5), 499-524.


Stanković, M. (2017). International Franchising in the Hotel Industry. Facta Universitatis, Series: Economics and Organization, 415-426.


Sternquist, B., & Goldsmith, E. B. (2018). International retailing. Bloomsbury Publishing USA.


Terry, Andrew L. and Marko Grünhagen (2017), “Franchising in Southeast Asia: Prerequisites, Progress and Prospects“, In: F. Hoy, R. Perrigot and A.L. Terry (Eds.), Handbook of Research on Franchising, Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing, 451-481.


Thompson, M., & Merrilees, B. (2001). A modular approach to branding and operations for international retail franchising systems in emerging markets: An Australian perspective. International franchising in emerging markets: Central and Eastern Europe and Latin America, 105-18.


Trankheim, L. (1979). International franchising: a way to capture foreign markets. Los Angeles Business and Economics4(4), 26-30.


Tyre, K., Han, P., & Newton, N. (2017). International Due Diligence in Cross-Border Franchise Transactions. Franchise Law Journal37(1), 1-13.


Wang, C. L., & Altinay, L. (2008). International franchise partner selection and chain performance through the lens of organisational learning. The Service Industries Journal28(2), 225-238.


Watson, A., Stanworth, J., Healeas, S., Purdy, D., & Stanworth, C. (2005). Retail franchising: an intellectual capital perspective. Journal of Retailing and Consumer Services12(1), 25-34.


Welch, L. S. (1989). Diffusion of franchise system use in international operations. International Marketing Review6(5).


Welch, L. S. (1993). Developments in international franchising. Journal of Global Marketing6(1-2), 81-96.


Welsh, D. H., & Alon, I. (Eds.). (2001). International franchising in emerging markets: Central and Eastern Europe and Latin America. Cch Incorporated.


Welsh, D. H., & Alon, I. (Eds.). (2002). International franchising in industrialized markets: North America, the Pacific Rim, and other countries. CCH.


Welsh, D. H., Alon, I., & Falbe, C. M. (2006). An examination of international retail franchising in emerging markets. Journal of small Business management44(1), 130-149.


Welsh, D. H., & Alon, I. (2015). International Franchising and Other Forms of Entrepreneurship. Global Entrepreneurship, 195-228.


Whitehead, M. (1991). International franchising–Marks & Spencer: a case study. International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management19(2).


Xiao, Q., O’Neill, J. W., & Wang, H. (2008). International hotel development: A study of potential franchisees in China. International Journal of Hospitality Management27(3), 325-336.


Yavas, B. (1989). The role of economic-demographic factors in US international restaurant franchising: An empirical investigation. Journal of Global Marketing2(1), 57-72.


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Lönnroth, K., Aung, T., Maung, W., Kluge, H., & Uplekar, M. (2007). Social franchising of TB care through private GPs in Myanmar: an assessment of treatment results, access, equity and financial protection. Health policy and planning22(3), 156-166.


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Webster, G. B., & Hume, M. (2018). Analysing the Role of Social Media in Dialogue Marketing and Management as a Contemporary Franchising Local Area Marketing Technique. In Social Media Marketing: Breakthroughs in Research and Practice (pp. 176-205). IGI Global.


Zafeiropoulou, F. A. (2017). The social franchise model: a systems approach of the dynamics of institutions and embeddedness in social franchise formation. In Handbook of Research on Franchising. Edward Elgar Publishing.


Zafeiropoulou, Fiori A., and Dimitrios N. Koufopoulos. (2013). The influence of relational embeddedness on the formation and performance of social franchising. Journal of Marketing Channels 20.1-2: 73-98.


Zafeiropoulou, F. A., & Koufopoulos, D. (2014). The Influence Of The Relational Marketing Paradigm On The Governance Of The Novel Channel Format Named Social Franchising: An Exploratory Qualitative Analysis Of Four Social Franchises From The Uk. Journal of Developmental Entrepreneurship19(02), 1450013.

Franchising Performance and Measurement

Aliouche E.H., Schlentrich U. (2009). Does Franchising Create Value? – An Analysis of the Financial Performance of the US Public Restaurant Franchisors.  International Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Administration; 10 (2/2009), 93-108


Aliouche E.H., Kaen F.R., Schlentrich U. (2012). The Market Performance of Franchise Stock Portfolios, International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, Vol. 24 No. 5: 791-809


Andonova, Liliana B., and Marc A. Levy. (2003). Franchising global governance: making sense of the Johannesburg type II partnerships. Yearbook of international cooperation on environment and development 4: 19-31.


Austin, James, Howard Stevenson, and Jane Wei‐Skillern. (2006). Social and commercial entrepreneurship: same, different, or both?. Entrepreneurship theory and practice 30.1: 1-22.


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Haugh, Helen. (2005). A research agenda for social entrepreneurship. Social enterprise journal 1.1: 1-12.


Kaplan, Robert S., and David P. Norton. (2001). Transforming the balanced scorecard from performance measurement to strategic management: Part I. Accounting horizons 15.1: 87-104.


Meiseberg, Brinja, and Thomas Ehrmann. (2012). Lost in translation? The prevalence and performance impact of corporate social responsibility in franchising. Journal of Small Business Management 50.4: 566-595.


Morrison, Kimberley A. (1997). How franchise job satisfaction and personality affects performance, organizational commitment, franchisor relations, and intention to remain. Journal of Small Business Management 35.3: 39.


Short, Jeremy C., Todd W. Moss, and G. Tom Lumpkin. (2009). Research in social entrepreneurship: Past contributions and future opportunities. Strategic entrepreneurship journal 3.2: 161-194.


Volkmann, C., K. Tokarski, and Kati Ernst. (2012). Social entrepreneurship and social business. An Introduction and Discussion with Case Studies. Gabler. Wiesbaden .

Social Enterprise

Alter, Kim. (2007). Social enterprise typology. Virtue Ventures LLC12: 1-124.


Alter, Sutia K. (2006). Social enterprise models and their mission and money relationships. Social entrepreneurship: New models of sustainable social change, 205-232.


Borzaga, C., & Defourny, J. (Eds.). (2004). The emergence of social enterprise (Vol. 4). Psychology Press.


Bull, Michael. (2008). Challenging tensions: critical, theoretical and empirical perspectives on social enterprise. International Journal of Entrepreneurial Behavior & Research 14.5, 268-275.


Chahine, Teresa. (2016). Introduction to Social Entrepreneurship. CRC Press.


Chell, Elizabeth. (2007). Social enterprise and entrepreneurship: towards a convergent theory of the entrepreneurial process. International small business journal 25.1: 5-26.


Chell, Elizabeth, Katerina Nicolopoulou, and Mine Karataş-Özkan. (2010). Social entrepreneurship and enterprise: International and innovation perspectives. 485-493.


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Coalition, Social Enterprise. (2009). State of social enterprise survey 2009. London: Social Enterprise Coalition .


Cornelius, Nelarine, et al. (2008). Corporate social responsibility and the social enterprise. Journal of Business Ethics 81.2: 355-370.


Crawford-Spencer, Elizabeth, and Francina Cantatore. (2016). Models of franchising for social enterprise. Journal of Marketing Channels 23.1-2: 47-59.


Dart, Raymond. (2004). The legitimacy of social enterprise. Nonprofit management and leadership 14.4: 411-424.


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Defourny, Jacques, and C. Borzaga. (2001). From third sector to social enterprise. London: Routledge


Defourny, Jacques, and Marthe Nyssens. (2006). Defining social enterprise. Social enterprise: At the crossroads of market, public policies and civil society 7, 3-27.


Defourny, Jacques, and Marthe Nyssens. (2008). Social enterprise in Europe: recent trends and developments. Social enterprise journal 4.3, 202-228.


Defourny, Jacques, and Marthe Nyssens. (2010). Social enterprise in Europe: At the crossroads of market, public policies and third sector. Policy and society 29.3: 231-242.


Defourny, Jacques, and Marthe Nyssens. (2010). Conceptions of social enterprise and social entrepreneurship in Europe and the United States: Convergences and divergences. Journal of social entrepreneurship 1.1, 32-53.


Defourny, Jacques, and Marthe Nyssens. (2012). Conceptions of social enterprise in Europe: A comparative perspective with the United States. Social Enterprises. Palgrave Macmillan UK, 71-90.


Doeringer, Matthew F. (2009). Fostering social enterprise: A historical and international analysis. Duke J. Comp. & Int'l L. 20, 291.


Galera, Giulia, and Carlo Borzaga. (2009). Social enterprise: An international overview of its conceptual evolution and legal implementation. Social enterprise journal 5.3, 210-228.


Gray, Mel, Karen Healy, and Penny Crofts. (2003). Social enterprise: is it the business of social work?. Australian Social Work 56.2, 141-154.


Harding, Rebecca. (2004). Social enterprise: the new economic engine?. Business Strategy Review 15.4, 39-43.


Haugh, Helen. (2012). The importance of theory in social enterprise research. Social Enterprise Journal 8.1, 7-15.


Katz, Robert A., and Antony Page. (2010). The role of social enterprise. Vt. L. Rev. 35, 59.


Kerlin, Janelle A. (2006). Social enterprise in the United States and Europe: Understanding and learning from the differences. Voluntas: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 17.3, 246.


Kerlin, Janelle A., ed. (2009). Social enterprise: A global comparison. UPNE.


Kerlin, Janelle A. (2010). A comparative analysis of the global emergence of social enterprise. VOLUNTAS: international journal of voluntary and nonprofit organizations 21.2, 162-179.


Laville, Jean-Louis, and Marthe Nyssens. (2001). 18 The social enterprise Towards a theoretical socio-economic approach.


Low, Chris. (2006). A framework for the governance of social enterprise. International journal of social economics 33.5/6, 376-385.


Lyon, Fergus, and Heather Fernandez. (2012). Strategies for scaling up social enterprise: lessons from early years providers. Social Enterprise Journal 8.1, 63-77.


Manetti, Giacomo. (2014). The role of blended value accounting in the evaluation of socio-economic impact of social enterprises. VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations 25.2, 443-464.


Mason, Chris, James Kirkbride, and David Bryde. (2007). From stakeholders to institutions: the changing face of social enterprise governance theory. Management decision 45.2, 284-301.


Nyssens, M. (Ed.). (2007). Social enterprise: At the crossroads of market, public policies and civil society. Routledge.


Pearce, John, and Alan Kay. (2003). Social enterprise in any town. Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation.


Peattie, Ken, and Adrian Morley. (2008). Eight paradoxes of the social enterprise research agenda. Social enterprise journal4.2, 91-107.


Peattie, Kenneth, and Adrian Sherwin Morley. (2008). Social enterprises: diversity and dynamics, contexts and contributions.


Raz, Keren G. (2012). Toward an improved legal form for social enterprise. NYU Rev. L. & Soc. Change 36, 283.


Ridley-Duff, Rory, and Mike Bull. (2015). Understanding social enterprise: Theory and practice. Sage


Scheuerle, Thomas, and Bjoern Schmitz. (2016). Inhibiting Factors of Scaling up the Impact of Social Entrepreneurial Organizations–A Comprehensive Framework and Empirical Results for Germany. Journal of Social Entrepreneurship 7.2, 127-161.


Shaw, Eleanor. (2004). Marketing in the social enterprise context: is it entrepreneurial?. Qualitative Market Research: An International Journal 7.3, 194-205.


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Spear, Roger, and Eric Bidet. (2005). Social enterprise for work integration in 12 European countries: a descriptive analysis. Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics 76.2: 195-231.


Social Enterprise, U. K. (2013). The People’s Business: State of Social Enterprise Survey 2013. London: Social Enterprise UK.


Teasdale, Simon. (2012). What’s in a name? Making sense of social enterprise discourses. Public policy and administration 27.2, 99-119.


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