A Business Network Based Framework for e-Business Models

This paper presents a framework to analyze e-business models in a "networked" world i.e. creating a business model that produces value factoring in a business' relationships with others in its value chain.

"After reviewing the literature, the concept of Business Model or E-Business Models are discussed in this paper. Firms keep interacting with each other and build all kinds of relationships among them. Based on the theory of business networks, we put forward a networking-based view of business model analysis frame. When we make decisions to choose one or other business models, first, the source of value should be found. Second, business network models, which show the procedure of value creation and distribution, should be analyzed. Third, we choose the feasible network among networks we analyzed. Finally, the firms’ strategy to ensure the location in business networks and turn the business model to a series of business decision are analyzed."

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