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Business model design and the performance of entrepreneurial firms (RV of 2002/128/ENT/SM)

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The authors develop hypotheses about the impact of business model design themes on the performance of entrepreneurial firms. The empirical results show that novelty-centered business model design matters most to the performance of entrepreneurial firms. Their analysis also points to a potential differential impact of business model design themes on performance under varying resource munificence regimes. As well, they find indications of potential diseconomies of scope in design; that is, entrepreneurs' attempts to incorporate both efficiency- and novelty-centered design elements in their business models may be counterproductive.

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http://flora.insead.edu/fichiersti_wp/inseadwp2003/2003-94.pdf

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