Edward Faber

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Designing business models for mobile services is a complex undertaking because it requires multiple actors to balance different design requirements. A business model can be seen as a blueprint of four interrelated components or domains: service, technology, organization and finance domain. Little attention has been paid to how these different domains are(More)
  • Cecile Timmerman, Ontwerpers Pur, Sang English, Kevin Mckenney, Translantica, Proefschrift Ter +9 others
  • 2006
No part of this work may be reproduced by print, photocopy, or any other means without the permission in writing from the author. Dit proefschrift is goedgekeurd door de promotoren: Acknowledgements The illusion that this dissertation is the result of my sole efforts can only last for a few pages, from the front-cover to these acknowledgements. Here I must(More)
1 Abstract Intermediaries have introduced electronic services with varying success. One of the problems an intermediary faces is deciding what kind of exchange service it should offer to its customers and suppliers. For example, should it only provide a catalogue or should it also enable customers to order prod-ucts? Developing the right exchange design is(More)
Electronic business offers opportunities and threats for the firms in business networks, triggering established and new intermediaries to introduce their own electronic business initiatives. Despite their potential, successful designs of electronic intermediaries leading to acceptance by buyers and sellers are intricate and not well understood. The design(More)
Due to initiatives like Napster and Kazaa the business case for delivering protected digital content remains problematic. Still little is known about the effectiveness of content exploitation strategies. In this paper the literature on content protection, provisioning and usage is reviewed. Based on this review a causal framework is developed, which seeks(More)
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