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000198431 245__ $$aCoopetition-based business models: The case of Amazon.com
000198431 269__ $$a2014
000198431 260__ $$bElsevier$$c2014$$aNew York
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000198431 336__ $$aJournal Articles
000198431 520__ $$aCoopetition (collaboration between competing firms) is a phenomenon that has recently captured a great deal of attention due to its increasing relevance to business practice. However, current research on coopetition is still short on explaining how the potential advantages of coopetition can be realized over time as part of an individual firm's business model. In order to gain insights into this, we conduct a longitudinal, in-depth case study on the coopetition-based business models of Amazon.com. We find evidence of three distinct coopetition-based business models: (1) Amazon Marketplace, (2) Amazon Services and Web Services, and (3) the collaboration between Apple and Amazon on digital text platforms. We conclude by forwarding several propositions on how value can be created and captured by involving competitors in a firm's business model. As a whole, the results contribute to the current understanding of how firms – as well as their stakeholders – can better benefit from coopetition.
000198431 6531_ $$aCoopetition
000198431 6531_ $$aCollaboration
000198431 6531_ $$aCompetition
000198431 6531_ $$aBusiness Model
000198431 6531_ $$aAmazon.com
000198431 6531_ $$aCase study
000198431 700__ $$aRitala, Paavo
000198431 700__ $$0243385$$g188858$$aGolnam, Arash
000198431 700__ $$aWegmann, Alain$$g112464$$0241922
000198431 773__ $$j43$$tIndustrial Marketing Management$$k2$$q236-249
000198431 8564_ $$uhttp://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0019850113002150$$zURL
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