We invite contributions which present proven teaching formats and best practices for teaching business models, ranging from specific techniques to approaches to structuring curricula or evaluating learning outcomes. We also welcome contributions from practitioners and users which reflect on the usefulness of certain methods or frameworks. Authors of suitable papers will be invited to submit an extended version of their paper for inclusion in the book on teaching business models to be published by a reputable academic publisher.Read more about Call for papers: Teaching Business Models
Special Issue from papers presented at the Business Model Conference in Florence, Italy, 2018.
The vision of the Journal of Business Models is to constitute a rigorous international journal devoted to establishing the discipline of business models as a separately recognised core discipline in academia - as is already the case in practice.
Our business mission is to create an open source journal that is free of the ties that come along with a publisher. In turn we wish to develop a new type of profitable business model for an academic journal.
The objective of the journal is to disseminate the newest research-based insight on business models. The Journal of Business Models constitutes an interdisciplinary platform conveying multiple-type papers, i.e. both conceptual and empirical papers and encourage methodological pluralism. It is the aim to cover a wide array of perspectives on business models, like e.g. innovation, commercialisation, exploitation, entrepreneurship, internationalization, design, facilitation, strategy, organization, accounting, performance measurement and finance.