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Clarifying Business Models: Origins, Present, and Future of the Concept
This paper aims to clarify the concept of business models, its usages, and its roles in the Information Systems domain. Expand
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Crowdsourcing As a Solution to Distant Search
We argue that under certain circumstances crowdsourcing transforms distant search into local search, improving the efficiency and effectiveness of problem solving. Expand
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Internet Business Models and Strategies: Text and Cases
From the Publisher: Despite the Internet's phenomenal impact on business and its reach across all sectors,no model has emerged for thoughtfully valuing companies' Internet efforts. InExpand
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Business model innovation
The Oxford Handbook of Innovation Management offers a comprehensive and timely analysis of the nature and importance of innovation and the strategies and practices that can be used to improveExpand
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Internet Business Models and Strategies
Note: Second edition, August, 2002. Adopted within the first year of publication by 155 universities in 20 countries worldwide and translated into Chinese, Korean, Italian, Russian, and Polish;Expand
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A Critical Assessment of Business Model Research
Ever since the Internet boom of the mid-1990s, firms have been experimenting with new ways of doing business and achieving their goals, which has led to a branching of the scholarly literature onExpand
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Incumbent Entry into New Market Niches: The Role of Experience and Managerial Choice in the Creation of Dynamic Capabilities
We investigate the effect of experience in existing markets and experience with previous market entry. Expand
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Corporate Entrepreneurship: State‐of‐the‐Art Research and a Future Research Agenda
anagers and management scholars havetraditionally embraced the premise thatsustainable competitive advantage must bedeveloped by firms to achieve and perpetuate competitivesuperiority. The validity ofExpand
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The Innovation-Economic Growth Nexus: Global Evidence
This paper extends the line of research attempting to link innovation to economic growth by addressing some unexplored questions. Using global patent data, this paper empirically investigates theExpand
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Interfirm Modularity and Its Implications for Product Development
Industries characterized by interfirm modularity, in which the component products of different firms work together to create a system, are becoming increasingly widespread. In such industries, theExpand
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