A research framework for analysing eBusiness models

@article{Pateli2004ARF,
  title={A research framework for analysing eBusiness models},
  author={Adamantia G. Pateli and George M. Giaglis},
  journal={European Journal of Information Systems},
  year={2004},
  volume={13},
  pages={302-314}
}
As eBusiness is moving towards maturity, research interests shift to the investigation of opportunities for market exploitation of eBusiness technologies. [] Key Method The proposed framework is then applied to organize and critically review existing research under each sub-domain as well as to define an agenda of future challenges on business model research. The framework can benefit future research by allowing researchers to better concentrate their efforts and place their contributions in an overall…

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