Digital communities in a networked society : e-commerce, by Manuel J Mendes; Reima Suomi; Carlos Passos; International

By Manuel J Mendes; Reima Suomi; Carlos Passos; International Federation for Information Processing

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How do content providers position their company in the content value chain? Our interest in these questions stemmed from our involvement in the European Commission project SimWeb (Exploring Innovative eBusiness Models using Agent Simulation), which is building multi-agent simulation models of the online news and online music markets to assist companies in making informed strategic decisions. As the group developing “sector surveys” of these market-places, we have spent considerable time trying to understand the business models of online content providers in both these sectors, although in this paper we focus on the online news industry.

C. Swatman Faculty of Informatics, University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany Abstract: The Internet continues its growth as a medium for the sale of goods and services – and yet, although it would seem that digital content was one of the most obvious products for sale, content providers continue to struggle to find business models which will bring in adequate revenue. In this paper we initially review the literature on business models for digital content providers and note the wide variance in perspective amongst those writing in this field.

Bernd W. Wirtz, Medien- und Internetmanagement, Wiesbaden, 2001 26. ), Medienmanagement: Content gewinnbringend nutzen. Trends, Business-Modelle, Erfolgsfaktoren, Wiesbaden, 2001, pp. 19-25 27. html , 2002 28. , in: Die Zeit, No. 27, 2002, pp. 11-14 Chapter 4 NET MARKET MAKERS IN THE AUSTRALIAN B2B E-SPACE Mohini Singh Abstract: This paper discusses the role of net market makers as intermediaries in the emergent Australasian B2B e-space. The discussion and findings of this paper are from a research project that investigated the business and operational issues of these intermediaries as highly volatile business entities.

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