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The Resource Foreign Direct Investment Inflows into the South East European Media Market : Towards a Hybrid Business Model

Foreign Direct Investment Inflows into the South East European Media Market : Towards a Hybrid Business Model

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Foreign Direct Investment Inflows into the South East European Media Market : Towards a Hybrid Business Model
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Foreign Direct Investment Inflows into the South East European Media Market
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Towards a Hybrid Business Model
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Foreign Direct Investment Inflows into the South East European Media Market : Towards a Hybrid Business Model
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  • Foreword -- References -- Preface -- Contents -- Chapter 1: Introduction -- Chapter 2: Business Model Research Agenda Positioning: Conceptual Frameworks, Functions, Benefits, Rationale, Dynamics, Perfor... -- 2.1 A Brief History of the Origin and Rise of the Business Model Concept -- 2.2 The Evolution of the ICT Exponential Growth and Influence of the Business Model -- 2.3 The Influence of Technology on the Creation of New Business Models -- 2.4 The Commonality and Difference Between Business Models and Strategies -- 2.5 Research Methodology Aims and Approaches -- 2.5.1 The Main Features and Strengths of the Longitudinal Design Research and Study -- 2.5.2 The Main Features and Advantages of the Meta-analysis Method -- 2.6 Desperately Seeking Definition: Identity Crisis of the Business Model -- 2.6.1 The Key Reasons for the Underdevelopment, Fragmentation, Incompleteness, Ambiguity, and Lack of a Unified Framework of t... -- 2.7 A Longitudinal Analysis of the Business Modelś Conceptual Frameworks, Functional Dimensions, and Modeling Principles -- 2.8 The Multidisciplinary, Critical, Systematic, and Conceptual Research Framing of BMś Configured Dimensions and Semantics -- 2.8.1 Toward a Unified, Systematic, Integrative, Holistic, and Comprehensive BM Framework -- 2.8.2 The Synthesized Conceptual Framework -- 2.8.3 The Need for a Business Model Conceptual Framework -- 2.9 Guidelines to Develop a Consensus for the Business Model -- 2.10 Framing Future Trends of Business Model Research Agenda -- 2.11 The Importance of Successful Business Model -- 2.12 The Benefits of the Business Model Framework -- 2.13 Major Challenges and Constraints in Understanding, Studying, and Adopting Business Models -- 2.14 Major Purposes of a Business Model -- 2.15 Major Objectives for Investigation on Business Models -- 2.16 Functions of a Business Model
  • 2.17 Determining Factors of a Business Modeĺs Wealth Potential -- 2.18 Assessing the Economic Feasibility of a Business Model -- 2.19 Measuring the Performance of a Business Model -- 2.20 The Evaluation and Assessment of Business Models -- 2.21 The Business Model Logic and Organizational Usage -- 2.22 The Positioning of the Business Model Concept Within Organizations -- 2.23 Two Basic Components of the Business Model -- 2.24 Business Model Maturity Stages -- 2.25 The Benefits of Novel Business Model -- 2.26 The Need for a New Business Model -- 2.27 Main Reasons for Changing Business Model -- 2.28 Strategies for Reinventing Business Model -- 2.29 Methodology of Business Model design -- 2.30 Conceptual Differences Between Design Rationale of B̀̀usiness Modelinǵ ́and P̀̀rocess Modelinǵ ́-- 2.31 The Importance of Business Actorś Positioning Within the Dynamic Business Modelś Framework -- 2.32 Conclusions -- References -- Internet Sources-Webography -- Chapter 3: Framing Current Business Model Innovation Research Agenda -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 The Main Functions of Business Model Innovation -- 3.3 The Importance of Business Model Innovation -- 3.4 Degrees of Business Model Innovation -- 3.5 The Elements of a Successful Business Model Innovation -- 3.6 The Impact of Long Tail Effects on the Business Model Innovation Revenue Model -- 3.7 The Relation Between Intra-firm Network Configurations and Business Model Innovation -- 3.8 Current Perspectives on Business Model Innovation -- 3.9 Main Barriers for Business Model Innovation -- 3.10 Major Challenges and Constraints in Understanding, Studying, and Adopting Business Model Innovations -- References -- Chapter 4: The Paradigm Shift: From Static to Evolutionary/Dynamic/Transformational/Networked/Modular/Dynamic Business Model C..
  • 4.1 The Core, Constitutive, and Complementary Semantics and Concepts of the Static and Dynamic Business Model Comparison -- 4.2 The Benefits of a Dynamic/Transformational Business Model -- 4.3 The Impact of Exponential Growth of ICT Network, Traffic, and Web/Multimedia/Hypermedia Content on the Formation of Dynami... -- 4.4 The Influence of ICT Exponential Development on Digital Business Model -- 4.5 Trends of Global IP Traffic Growth -- 4.6 Anticipation of Global Market Shifts in Real Time -- 4.7 The Dynamic Business Model -- 4.8 Main Paradigm Shifts in New/Social Media Over Old/Traditional Media -- 4.9 The Positioning Modeling Principles of Dynamic Business Model -- 4.9.1 The Evolution and Position of the Business Model Within the New World of Digital Business -- 4.10 Digital Business Model Perspectives: From Place to Space -- 4.11 Main Components of a Digital Business Model -- 4.12 Measuring Effectiveness of Digital Business Modelś Content, Experience, and Platform -- 4.13 eBusiness Model -- 4.14 The Research Dynamics of Transformational BMs -- References -- Chapter 5: The Conceptual Foundation, Common Motivation, Major Benefits/Disadvantages, and Importance of FDI on Economic Growt... -- 5.1 The Conceptual Foundation of the FDI Flows -- 5.2 The Most Common Motivation for FDI -- 5.3 Drawbacks and Disadvantages of the FDI -- 5.4 The Aggregate Conditions, Variables, Effects, and Impacts of the Macroeconomic Importance and Benefits of FDI on Economic ... -- References -- Chapter 6: An Evolutionary Conceptual and Multidisciplinary Frameworks, Principles, and Criteria for FDI Inflows Determinants -- 6.1 Introduction -- 6.2 The Vertical and Horizontal FDI Determining Factors -- 6.3 The Consensus on the Key Drivers, Roles, Links, and Effects of Endogenous and Exogenous Macroeconomic Determining Factors ..
  • 6.3.1 Agglomeration (Cluster of Firms) Effects -- 6.3.2 The Host Market Size and Growth Potential -- 6.3.3 The Gravity Approach -- 6.3.4 The Macroeconomic Stability -- 6.3.5 The Trade Barriers (Protections)/Openness(Liberalization) of the Host Economy -- 6.3.6 Tariff Jumping -- 6.3.7 Political Stability/Risk -- 6.3.8 Infrastructure -- 6.3.9 Institutions (Institutional Framework) -- 6.3.10 Business/Investment Climate -- 6.3.11 Fiscal/Tax Incentives -- 6.3.12 Exchange Rate Effects -- 6.3.13 Human Capital -- 6.3.14 Indebtedness -- 6.3.15 Democracy -- 6.3.16 Gross Capital Formation -- 6.3.17 Labor and Production Factor Costs -- 6.3.18 Transport Costs -- 6.3.19 EU Accession and Regional Membership Status -- 6.3.20 Economic Privatization -- 6.3.21 International Investment Incentives -- References -- Chapter 7: A Multidimensional Codifying of FDI Technological and Productivity Spillover Absorption Capacity and Threshold Effe... -- 7.1 Brief Literature Review -- 7.2 The Importance, Benefits, and Advantages of Technological and Productivity Spillover -- 7.3 The Analysis of Positive and Negative Impacts of Technological and Productivity Spillover -- References -- Chapter 8: Economic Profiles and Perspectives of FDI Inflows to SEECs Media Markets: Multiple-Case Study Research -- 8.1 Recent Global Trends in FDI -- 8.2 Major Benefits of FDI Business Models -- 8.3 New Perspectives on Contextual Framing of FDI Business Model in SEECs Media Markets -- 8.4 International Business Research Design -- 8.4.1 Research Design Methodology Aims and Approaches -- 8.4.2 The Foundational Principles of Multiple-Case Study Research Design -- 8.4.3 Pragmatical Guidelines for Evaluating Multiple-Case Study Research -- 8.4.4 Multiple-Case Study Research in International Business -- 8.5 The Economic Potential and Importance for SEECs Markets to Attract Prospective FDI
  • 8.6 A Systematic, Meta-synthetic, and Preliminary Scholarly Literature Review on SEECs Media Industry and Markets -- 8.7 Historical Background and Brief Overview of the Literature on FDI in SEECs -- 8.8 Introduction to the Critical Research of FDI Business Models in Media Industry and Business -- 8.9 Common Characteristics of SEEC Media Markets -- 8.10 The Dynamic Development of FDI Thematic Research Field and the Lack of FDI Business Models Scholarly Research -- 8.11 The Need and Importance for a Hybrid Media FDI Business Model -- 8.11.1 The Common Denominator, Basic Principles, and Dynamics of the Hybrid FDI Business Model -- 8.12 Multiple-Case Studies of SEECs Media Markets -- 8.12.1 Albanian Media Market Outlook -- 8.12.2 Bosnian and Herzegovinian Media Market Outlook -- 8.12.3 Bulgarian Media Market Outlook -- 8.12.4 Croatian Media Market Outlook -- 8.12.5 Cypriot Media Market Outlook -- 8.12.6 Greek Media Market Outlook -- 8.12.7 Hungarian Media Market Outlook -- 8.12.8 Kosovar Media Market Outlook -- 8.12.9 FYR Macedonian Media Market Outlook -- 8.12.10 Maltese Media Market Outlook -- 8.12.11 Moldovan Media Market Outlook -- 8.12.12 Montenegrin Media Market Outlook -- 8.12.13 Romanian Media Market Outlook -- 8.12.14 Serbian Media Market Outlook -- 8.12.15 Slovenian Media Market Outlook -- 8.12.16 Turkish Media Market Outlook -- 8.12.16.1 The Competitive Importance of Turkish Media Markets -- 8.13 The Key Drivers and Propositions of the Hybrid Media FDI Business Model -- 8.14 Final Conclusions, Implications, and Summary of Main Findings: Benchmarking, Refocusing, and Repositioning the Future FDI... -- 8.15 The Major Disadvantages in SEECs Media Markets -- 8.16 Further Research, Limitations, and Advances -- References
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