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Overview and comparison of profit sharing in different business collaboration forms

    Harald David Stein Affiliation
    ; Romualdas Ginevičius Affiliation

Abstract

Growing international business has brought a variety of collaborative business structures. In the paper the problem of profit sharing is analyzed for diverse business collaboration forms. It is the purpose to give an overview of the main influence factors of profit sharing. The overview is limited to the most common collaboration forms: multinational company, franchise system, joint venture and cluster. It is shown that the factors that mostly influence the profit sharing are the input balance of every member, which is expressed as the aggregate of profit (financial benefit) and the technology (intangible benefit). Finally, the different business collaboration forms are compared.


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Augantis tarptautinis verslas praplete verslo struktūru bendradarbiavimo ivairove. Analizuojama pelno pasidalijimo problema skirtingoms bendradarbiavimo versle formoms. Vienas iš tikslu ‐ pateikti pagrindiniu pelno paskirstyma lemiančiu veiksniu apžvalga. Šia apžvalga dažniausiai riboja pasitaikančios bendradarbiavimo formos: tarptautine imone, franšizes sistema, bendroji imone ir klasteris. Pastebeta, kad labiausiai pelno pasidalijima lemia šie veiksniai: sanaudu balansas kiekvienai narei, kuris išreiškiamas kaip agreguotas pelnas (finansine nauda), ir technologijos (neapčiuopiama nauda). Palygintos skirtingos bendradarbiavimo formos.


First Published Online: 10 Feb 2011


Reikšminiai žodžiai: verslo struktūru bendradarbiavimas, pelno pasidalijimas, bendroji imone, tarptautine imone, franšize, klasteris

Keyword : business collaboration, profit sharing, joint venture, multinational company, franchise, cluster

How to Cite
Stein, H., & Ginevičius, R. (2010). Overview and comparison of profit sharing in different business collaboration forms. Journal of Business Economics and Management, 11(3), 428-443. https://doi.org/10.3846/jbem.2010.21
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