Business Model Innovation: How Iconic Business Models Emerge

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Mikhalkina, T.; Cabantous, L.;

Despite ample research on the topic of business model innovation, little is known about the cognitive processes whereby some innovative business models gain the status of iconic representations of particular types of firms. This study addresses the question: How do icon... View more
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