The Regulation Of Franchising In The New Global Economy
Elizabeth Crawford Spencer, Bond University, Australia
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While franchising promotes economic and social welfare objectives, Elizabeth Crawford Spencer argues that monitoring and regulation are needed to address potential areas of abuse of the form that can result in costly market inefficiencies.
Contents: Foreword by Andrew Terry Introduction: The Regulation of Franchising in the New Global Economy 1. Reconceiving Regulation 2. The Market Interaction as Private Regulation 3. The Contract as Private Regulation 4. Purpose and Scope of Franchise-specific Regulation and the UNIDROIT Model Law 5. Worldwide Survey of Franchise-specific Regulation 6. Summary of Trends in Franchise-specific Legislation 7. Legislation Impacting Upon Negotiation and Formation of Franchise Contracts 8. Legislation Impacting Upon the Performance of and Exit from the Agreement 9. Future Directions for the Regulation of Franchising Appendix 1: Franchise Legislation Worldwide Appendix 2: Content of Disclosure Index