A Meta-Model Perspective on Business Models

@inproceedings{Alberts2012AMP,
  title={A Meta-Model Perspective on Business Models},
  author={Berend T. Alberts and Lucas O. Meertens and Maria-Eugenia Iacob and Lambert J. M. Nieuwenhuis},
  booktitle={BMSD},
  year={2012}
}
The business model field of research is a young and emerging discipline that finds itself confronted with the need for a common language, lack of conceptual consolidation, and without adequate theoretical development. This not only slows down research, but also undermines business model’s usefulness for research and practice. We offer a new perspective on business modelling to address these issues. It looks at business modelling from the perspective of the Meta-Object Facility, emphasising the… 

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