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Guest Editorial: Business Models/Projects – Design, Venture, Manage and Evaluate

Rao, Narendar V. and Reddy, K.S. and Arrawatia, Rakesh (2017): Guest Editorial: Business Models/Projects – Design, Venture, Manage and Evaluate. Published in: Global Business and Economics Review , Vol. 19, No. 3 (May 2017): pp. 251-255.

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Abstract

A number of literature reviews on business models and innovation have suggested that business models are mainly rooted in resource-based view (RBV) and transaction cost economics (TCE) theories. Since business models is a burgeoning research field in strategic management, scholars have paid a great attention toward conceptualizing what business models are, how business models are evolved, and what theories explain business models. The special issue welcomed scholars to submit their academic research on various themes in business models, including innovative ideas to architecture ideal business models, motives of innovation in business models, financing business enterprises, venture capitalists role in business projects, bank financing, leasing and contracting in new business projects, inventory and supply chain issues in projects, barriers to success in new business models, evaluating project performance, cost estimation and control in project management, and socially-driven vs. value-driven projects, among others. The special issue call for papers has received a good response from strategy and finance researchers globally. Following double blind review system, we have accepted six articles for the Issue in 2017.

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