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Author Nielsen, Christian, (Professor),
Title Business models : a research overview / Christian Nielsen, Morten Lund, Marco Montemari, Francesco Paolone, Maurizio Massaro and John Dumay.
Imprint London ; New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2019.

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Author Nielsen, Christian, (Professor),
Series State of the art in business research, 2575-4815
State of the art in business research.
Subject Strategic planning -- Research.
Business planning -- Research.
Management -- Research.
Alt Name Lund, Morten (Associate professor),
Montemari, Marco,
Paolone, Francesco,
Massaro, Maurizio,
Dumay, John,
Description 1 online resource.
Summary "The growing body of research on business models draws upon a range of sub-disciplines, including strategic management, entrepreneurship, organization studies and management accounting. Business Models: A Research Overview provides a research map for business scholars, incorporating theoretical and applied perspectives. It develops the field of business model research by offering a critique of the field as it has developed to date, and provides a guide for future research and theorization. The research performed as a basis for this book improves and extends prior subjective and less-documented work by using a scientific approach to identifying impactful research. The book argues that business model research is a mature field and that future research should focus on performative and ecosystem-based contributions, with the timely identification of four distinct stages of business model research. The study here provokes a new set of research questions, which are addressed in the concluding passages of chapters 5 to 8 as a point of departure for those researching business models. This book is essential primary reading for scholars and practitioners of business models, who are looking to seek out new knowledge and build new perspectives"-- Provided by publisher.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents The rising relevance of understanding business models -- Applied research methodology -- Insights : how the field of business models is developing -- Critique and transformative redefinition -- First stage business model research : definitions and concepts -- Second stage business model research : the innovation of business models -- Third stage business model research : design frameworks and foundations for theory-building -- Fourth stage business model research : the performative phase -- Concluding remarks.
Note Description based on print version record.
ISBN 9781351232258 ebook
9781351232272 (ebook)
9780815378518 (hardback)
9781351232265 electronic book
1351232266 electronic book
9781351232241 (electronic bk. : Mobipocket)
135123224X (electronic bk. : Mobipocket)
0815378513 hardcover
ISBN/ISSN 10.4324/9781351232272
OCLC # 1061147999
Additional Format Print version: Nielsen, Christian, (Professor). Business models Abingdon, Oxon ; New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group 2019. 9780815378518 (DLC) 2018040149

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