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e-Business models show why an e-business case might work from an economic perspective. They are often represented using informal textual representations. This inhibits a clear understanding of an e-business model by all stakeholders involved. We propose a more formal, conceptual approach for representing the business model, which we call a value model, to enhance the common understanding amongst stakeholders, but also to allow for an asssesment of an e-business model. We illustrate our modeling approach by a state of the art project in the free Internet arena.

-- Jason Kealey - 12 Oct 2005


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Title e3-value: A Conceptual Value Modeling Approach for e-Business Development
Authors J. Gordijn and J.M. Akkermans
Type Conference
Conference/Journal Title First International Conference on Knowledge Capture (K-CAP 2001), Workshop Knowledge in e-Business
Month -
Year 2001
Pages 29-36
Keywords e-business, value model, formal, business model
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Topic revision: r2 - 12 Oct 2005 - 19:36:12 - Jason Kealey
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