Corpus ID: 17121248

The Public Enemy? A Business Model Framework for Mobile City Services

@inproceedings{Walravens2012ThePE,
  title={The Public Enemy? A Business Model Framework for Mobile City Services},
  author={Nils Walravens},
  booktitle={ICMB},
  year={2012}
}
  • N. Walravens
  • Published in ICMB 2012
  • Business, Computer Science
This paper proposes a new business model framework that allows the design and analysis of value networks for mobile services in a public context. It starts from a validated business model framework that relies on 12 design parameters to evaluate business models on, and expands it by eight parameters to include important aspects that come into play when a public entity (i.e. a city government) becomes (or wants to become) involved in the value network. Given the quickly changing power relations… Expand
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