• Business
  • Published 2011

The Relationship between Business-model Innovation and Firm Value: A Dynamic Perspective

@inproceedings{Ho2011TheRB,
  title={The Relationship between Business-model Innovation and Firm Value: A Dynamic Perspective},
  author={Y C Ho and Hui Fang and Ming Ju Hsieh},
  year={2011}
}
When consistently innovative business-models can give companies a competitive advantage, longitudinal empirical research, which can reflect dynamic business-model changes, has yet to prove a definitive connection. This study consequently employs a dynamic perspective in conjunction with innovation theory to examine the relationship between the types of business-model innovation and firm value. This study tries to examine various types of business-model innovation in high-end and low-end… CONTINUE READING

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