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Measuring the performance implications of business model design: evidence from emerging growth public firms

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Anchored in strategic network theory and in organizaitonal design theory, this study develops hypotheses about the performance implications of business model design. A unique and detailed data set that contains financial data as well as rare information on business model design themes has been developed to empirically test these hypotheses. This empirical analyses corroborate the basic premise that in a highly interconnected world engendered by advances in information technologies, one must look beyond firm and industry boundaries to evaluate how value is created by, and for, all stakeholders in a firm's business model. The authors find strong support for the hypotheses that the more efficient the design of a business model and the more novel the design of the business model, the greater the value appropriated by the focal firm. They also find that increasing the complementarity embedded within the design of a business model does not increase the value appropriated by the focal firm.

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http://flora.insead.edu/fichiersti_wp/inseadwp2002/2002-13.pdf

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