Francisco Puig is an Associate Professor in the Department of Management of the University of Valencia (Spain). He completed his PhD in Economics and Business (with honours).
He has been an international visiting lecturer at the HEC-Montreal (Canada), the Manchester Business School and King's College London (UK). He teaches International Business and Strategic Management at undergraduate, postgraduate and executive education levels. He specializes in International Strategy and Industrial Clusters, and has published articles in leading journals as well as co-authored books and chapters in collective volumes.
His research focuses on the intersection between Location-Strategy-Performance.
My career so far
Running faster and jumping higher? Survival and growth in international manufacturing new ventures. International Small Business Review, forthcoming.
Economic Clusters and Globalization: Diversity and Resilience. Routledge (Taylor and Francis Group), forthcoming.
Spatial Dependence of the FDI Entry Mode Decision: Empirical Evidence From Emerging Market Enterprises. Management International Review, 58(1), 171–193
New challenges in franchisor-franchisee relationship. An analysis from agency theory perspective. Cuadernos de Gestión, 18 (1), 85-102
Clustering, Innovation and Hotel Competitiveness. International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, 29 (11), 2785-2806.
Foreign Market Entry Mode Research: A Review and Research Agenda. The International Trade Journal, 31 (5), 429-456.
Clustering strategy and development of subsidiaries in China. Economia e Politica Industriale, 44 (2), 221-243.
Economic Competitiveness: Effects of Clustering, Innovation Strategy and the Moderating Role of Location in the Colombian Hotel Industry. Journal of Regional Research-Investigaciones Regionales-, 39, 81-97.