A Cognitive Mapping Approach to Business Models: Representing Causal Structures and Mechanisms

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Furnari, S.;

Research has highlighted the cognitive nature of the business model intended as a cognitive representation describing a business’ value creation and value capture activities. Whereas the content of the business model has been extensively investigated from this perspecti... View more
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