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Business models innovation based on crowds: a comparative study

, the Business Model Canvas. We choose three cases of crowdsourcing business models of three various companies to ensure a degree of diversity. They are presenting diversified examples of the same business model category. A discussion of the results and conclusions are drawn in the end. 2 From business model to open business model innovation Starting from the mid-1990s, business model (BM) has become an important concept and field of research. In the literature, one can find reviews of literature on evolution of the use of the term. Zott et al. [2011] review

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Institutional Efficiency, Entrepreneurship, and the Premises of Economic Development in the Eastern European Countries

.S. (2018) From convergence to divergence? Some new insights into the evolution of the European Union. Structural Change and Economic Dynamics , 47 , 82-95. Brenner, T., Capasso, M., Duschl, M., Frenken, K., Treibich, T. (2018) Causal relations between knowledge-intensive business services and regional employment growth. Regional Studies , 52 (2), 172-183. Camagni, R., Capello, R. (2013) Regional competitiveness and territorial capital: a conceptual approach and empirical evidence from the European Union. Regional Studies , 47 (9), 1383

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Do Strategic Alliances, Acquisitions, and R&D Investments Act as Complements or Substitutes?

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An Empirical Analysis of Economic and Socio-Demographic Determinants of Entrepreneurship Across German Regions

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Dynamic Externalities and Regional Manufacturing Growth: Evidence from India

the United States and the Alternatives Before Us. Supplementary Paper No. 13, Committee for Economic Development. Dougherty, S. M. (2009). Labour regulation and employment dynamics at the state level in India. Review of Market Integration , 1 (3), 295-337. Gao, T. (2004). Regional industrial growth: Evidence from Chinese industries. Regional Science and Urban Economics , 34(1) , 101–124. Ghani, E., Kerr, W. R., & Tewari, I. (2013). Specialization, diversity, and Indian manufacturing growth. World Bank Policy Research Working Paper No. 6648

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Generational Differences In Organizational Justice Perceptions: An Exploratory Investigation Across Three Generational Cohorts

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Multidimensional Poverty Analysis of Urban and Rural Households in South Africa

Livelihoods Guidance Sheets. Department for International Development (DFID): London, UK. Dunga S. H. (2017) A gender and marital status analysis of household income in a low-Income township, Studia Universitatis Babes-Bolyai Oeconomica, 62(1): 20-30. Ele-Ojo Ataguba, J., Eme Ichoku, H., Fonta, W. M. (2013) Multidimensional poverty assessment: applying the capability approach. International Journal of Social Economics, 40(4): 331-354. Ellis F. (2000) Rural livelihoods and diversity in developing countries. Oxford University press. Finn A., Leibbrandt

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Socio-Economic Implications of Female Inclusion in Organizational Structures and in Leadership Positions

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The strength and weaknesses of the varieties of capitalism approach: the case of Central and Eastern Europe

changes, and the differences of variants of capitalism in the region and in the EU. It is conducive to identifying strategic dilemmas, choices, and limitations that exist in countries seeking an “optimal” model of contemporary capitalism. As sociologist Michał Federowicz aptly pointed out, ”the school of diversity in capitalism focuses on the centers of modern capitalism, but also follows the dynamics of competing with each other and internal changes. Each of them provides a language for ‘latecomers’, or countries [...] which joined the ranks of advanced economies with

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Organizational Culture and Scale Development: Methodological Challenges and Future Directions

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