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Strategic assets and organizational rent
We build on an emerging strategy literature that views the firm as a bundle of resources and capabilities, and examine conditions that contribute to the realization of sustainable economic rents.Expand
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The Business Model: Recent Developments and Future Research
This article provides a broad and multifaceted review of the received literature on business models in which the authors examine the business model concept through multiple subject-matter lenses. TheExpand
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How Do Family Ownership, Control, and Management Affect Firm Value?
Using proxy data on all Fortune 500 firms during 1994-2000, we establish that, in order to understand whether and when family firms are more or less valuable than nonfamily firms, one mustExpand
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Business Model Design: An Activity System Perspective
We conceptualize a firm's business model as a system of interdependent activities that transcends the focal firm and spans its boundaries. Expand
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Business Model Design and the Performance of Entrepreneurial Firms
We focus on the design of an organization's set of boundary-spanning transactions---business model design---and ask how business model design affects the performance of entrepreneurial firms. Expand
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Venture‐Capital Syndication: Improved Venture Selection vs. The Value‐Added Hypothesis
Syndication arises when venture capitalists jointly invest in projects. We model and test two possible reasons for syndication: project selection, as an additional venture capitalist provides anExpand
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How Are U.S. Family Firms Controlled
In large U.S. corporations, founding families are the only blockholders whose control rights on average exceed their cash-flow rights. We analyze how they achieve this wedge, and at what cost.Expand
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Entrepreneurial ability, venture investments, and risk sharing
A number of issues that relate to the desirability and implications of new venture financing are examined within a principal-agent framework that captures the essence of the relationship betweenExpand
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The business model: Theoretical roots, recent developments, and future research
The paper provides a broad and multifaceted review of the received literature on business models, in which we attempt to explore the origin of the construct and to examine the business model conceptExpand
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