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Business Model and its Innovation (tbc)

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Chander will discuss two empirical studies on business model innovation. The first study addresses the question of how the degree of business model innovation affects the survival of new firms. The second study examines the relationship between the degree of business model innovation, owner–managers and competition. The studies use a dataset on the financial services sector developed from survey and archival sources. Chander would like to open a discussion on developing novel datasets for studying business model innovation in the technology and manufacturing sectors.

Chander’s research interests are primarily on innovation and technology management with a specific focus on exploring the antecedents and consequences of business model innovation.

This talk is part of the Manufacturing Research Forum series.

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