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  • White Papers // Jun 2013

    Exploring Business Models for NFC Enabled Mobile Payment Services: The Case of Google Wallet and ISIS

    Over the past few years, mobile payments have been present like a storm on the horizon. They have generated a lot of attention; yet have not reached wide adoption. Issues such as the complexity of the mobile payment ecosystem and the lack of sustainable business models have been accounted for...

    Provided By Copenhagen Business School

  • White Papers // May 2013

    Reframing Open Big Data

    Recent developments in the techniques and technologies of collecting, sharing and analyzing data are challenging the field of Information Systems (IS) research let alone the boundaries of organizations and the established practices of decision-making. Coined 'Open data' and 'Big data', these developments introduce an unprecedented level of societal and organizational...

    Provided By Copenhagen Business School

  • White Papers // Dec 2011

    The Complexity of the Business Network Context and Its Effect on Subsidiary Relational (Over-) Embeddedness

    Many studies have focused on the effects of MNC subsidiaries' external relational embeddedness. Little attention has been given to its antecedents and especially to the potential effect that the business network context might have. The authors try to fill this gap and attempt to explain variation among subsidiaries' degree of...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Value Appropriation within a Business Network

    This paper explores the interplay between value creation and appropriation of value by firms within a business network context. These two value processes are inter-linked. Collectively firms create a product of value to an end consumer and a part of that value is appropriated by each firm in the network....

    Provided By Copenhagen Business School

  • White Papers // Sep 2010

    A Matter of Location: The Role Of Regional Social Capital In Overcoming The Liability Of Newness In R&D Acquisition Activities

    External knowledge acquisition represents a precondition for firms' competitive advantage. However, young firms find it particularly difficult to gain access to external sources of knowledge: young firms suffer from a liability of newness by exhibiting significantly lower propensities to invest in external R&D than their older counterparts. The authors explore...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Exporting e-Customs to Developing Countries: A Semiotic Perspective

    In this paper, the authors reports on an ongoing study of an initiative to build e-Customs capabilities in eastern Africa. The EU's customs capability building unit is trying to \"Export\" e-Customs solutions to developing countries in order to strengthen the competiveness of companies based in these countries. Following the international...

    Provided By Copenhagen Business School

  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    Financial & Currency Crisis In The Country Of Hungary

    By 2004 Hungary had become a member of the European Union, leaving behind its communist past and successfully transforming itself from a centrally planned to a market economy experiencing encouraging growth performance and similarly to other new EU member states, it then embarked on a path towards convergence with the...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    Trade Flows And Volatility Of Their Fundamentals: Some Evidence From Mexico

    In this paper, the authors investigate the effects of volatility of the fundamental determinants of trade on trade flows in M?xico during the period 1991-2008. The import and export functions are based on the well known imperfect substitute goods model of trade. They focus on the effects of real exchange...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Decision Models and the Use of Wireless Technology

    Many nations boast high broadband internet penetration. In many of markets, consumers can choose among competing technologies to connect to the internet. Much research in the IT diffusion domain has been useful for examining the adoption of individual technologies. This paper explores technology adoption in an environment in which different...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Corporate Bond Liquidity Before And After The Onset Of The Subprime Crisis

    The authors analyze liquidity components of corporate bond spreads by combining the superior data quality of transaction-level corporate bond prices available through TRACE with the unique natural experiment provided by the onset of the sub-prime crisis. They find that before the onset of the crisis, liquidity premia for the most...

    Provided By Copenhagen Business School

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Correlation In Corporate Defaults: Contagion Or Conditional Independence?

    The authors revisit a test for conditional independence in intensity models of default proposed by Das, Duffie, Kapadia, and Saita (2007) (DDKS). Based on a sample of US corporate defaults, they reject the conditional independence assumption but also observe that the test is a joint test of the specification of...

    Provided By Copenhagen Business School

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    The Same Bond At Different Prices: Identifying Search Frictions And Demand Pressures

    The author models how corporate bond prices are affected by search frictions and occasional selling pressures, and test the author's predictions empirically. A key prediction in the author's model is that in a distressed market with more sellers than buyers, the midprice (i.e. the average of bid and ask price)...

    Provided By Copenhagen Business School

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    The Price Of Interest Rate Variance Risk And Optimal Investments In Interest Rate Derivatives

    Recent research on unspanned stochastic variance raises the possibility that interest rate derivatives constitute an important component of optimal fixed income portfolios. In this paper, the author estimates a flexible dynamic term structure model that allows for unspanned stochastic variance on an extensive data set of swaps and swaptions. The...

    Provided By Copenhagen Business School

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    ERP Systems Implementation: Factors Influencing Selection of a Specific Approach?

    Implementation, in the form of deployment, of enterprise resource planning (ERPs) systems is both complex and costly. Implementation of ERPs could be done in different ways, in this paper, the authors categorize these different ways into three different approaches for implementation of ERPs: slow phased, pilot project and big bang...

    Provided By Copenhagen Business School

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Total Cost of ERP Systems Implementation in Danish, Slovak and Slovenian Companies

    Implementation of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERPs) systems is probably the most laborious and rather costly part of the ERP system life-cycle. In the paper, the authors provide a percentage structure of Total Cost of Implementation (TCI) from the end-user company's perspective. Having a grasp over TCI should be of interest...

    Provided By Copenhagen Business School

  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    Towards a Framework for Enterprise System Integration in Industries

    Information Systems Integration (ISI) refers in general terms to creation of some sort of linkage between two or more previously separated Information Systems (IS) that from the beginning never were intended to work together. ISI is defined as the extent to which information through different communication networks can be shared...

    Provided By Copenhagen Business School

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Corporate Bond Liquidity Before And After The Onset Of The Subprime Crisis

    The authors analyze liquidity components of corporate bond spreads by combining the superior data quality of transaction-level corporate bond prices available through TRACE with the unique natural experiment provided by the onset of the sub-prime crisis. They find that before the onset of the crisis, liquidity premia for the most...

    Provided By Copenhagen Business School

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    The Price Of Interest Rate Variance Risk And Optimal Investments In Interest Rate Derivatives

    Recent research on unspanned stochastic variance raises the possibility that interest rate derivatives constitute an important component of optimal fixed income portfolios. In this paper, the author estimates a flexible dynamic term structure model that allows for unspanned stochastic variance on an extensive data set of swaps and swaptions. The...

    Provided By Copenhagen Business School

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Correlation In Corporate Defaults: Contagion Or Conditional Independence?

    The authors revisit a test for conditional independence in intensity models of default proposed by Das, Duffie, Kapadia, and Saita (2007) (DDKS). Based on a sample of US corporate defaults, they reject the conditional independence assumption but also observe that the test is a joint test of the specification of...

    Provided By Copenhagen Business School

  • White Papers // May 2013

    Reframing Open Big Data

    Recent developments in the techniques and technologies of collecting, sharing and analyzing data are challenging the field of Information Systems (IS) research let alone the boundaries of organizations and the established practices of decision-making. Coined 'Open data' and 'Big data', these developments introduce an unprecedented level of societal and organizational...

    Provided By Copenhagen Business School

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Decision Models and the Use of Wireless Technology

    Many nations boast high broadband internet penetration. In many of markets, consumers can choose among competing technologies to connect to the internet. Much research in the IT diffusion domain has been useful for examining the adoption of individual technologies. This paper explores technology adoption in an environment in which different...

    Provided By Copenhagen Business School

  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    Financial & Currency Crisis In The Country Of Hungary

    By 2004 Hungary had become a member of the European Union, leaving behind its communist past and successfully transforming itself from a centrally planned to a market economy experiencing encouraging growth performance and similarly to other new EU member states, it then embarked on a path towards convergence with the...

    Provided By Copenhagen Business School

  • White Papers // Sep 2010

    A Matter of Location: The Role Of Regional Social Capital In Overcoming The Liability Of Newness In R&D Acquisition Activities

    External knowledge acquisition represents a precondition for firms' competitive advantage. However, young firms find it particularly difficult to gain access to external sources of knowledge: young firms suffer from a liability of newness by exhibiting significantly lower propensities to invest in external R&D than their older counterparts. The authors explore...

    Provided By Copenhagen Business School

  • White Papers // May 2009

    Trade Flows And Volatility Of Their Fundamentals: Some Evidence From Mexico

    In this paper, the authors investigate the effects of volatility of the fundamental determinants of trade on trade flows in M?xico during the period 1991-2008. The import and export functions are based on the well known imperfect substitute goods model of trade. They focus on the effects of real exchange...

    Provided By Copenhagen Business School

  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    The Same Bond At Different Prices: Identifying Search Frictions And Demand Pressures

    The author models how corporate bond prices are affected by search frictions and occasional selling pressures, and test the author's predictions empirically. A key prediction in the author's model is that in a distressed market with more sellers than buyers, the midprice (i.e. the average of bid and ask price)...

    Provided By Copenhagen Business School

  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Exporting e-Customs to Developing Countries: A Semiotic Perspective

    In this paper, the authors reports on an ongoing study of an initiative to build e-Customs capabilities in eastern Africa. The EU's customs capability building unit is trying to \"Export\" e-Customs solutions to developing countries in order to strengthen the competiveness of companies based in these countries. Following the international...

    Provided By Copenhagen Business School

  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    Towards a Framework for Enterprise System Integration in Industries

    Information Systems Integration (ISI) refers in general terms to creation of some sort of linkage between two or more previously separated Information Systems (IS) that from the beginning never were intended to work together. ISI is defined as the extent to which information through different communication networks can be shared...

    Provided By Copenhagen Business School

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    ERP Systems Implementation: Factors Influencing Selection of a Specific Approach?

    Implementation, in the form of deployment, of enterprise resource planning (ERPs) systems is both complex and costly. Implementation of ERPs could be done in different ways, in this paper, the authors categorize these different ways into three different approaches for implementation of ERPs: slow phased, pilot project and big bang...

    Provided By Copenhagen Business School

  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Total Cost of ERP Systems Implementation in Danish, Slovak and Slovenian Companies

    Implementation of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERPs) systems is probably the most laborious and rather costly part of the ERP system life-cycle. In the paper, the authors provide a percentage structure of Total Cost of Implementation (TCI) from the end-user company's perspective. Having a grasp over TCI should be of interest...

    Provided By Copenhagen Business School

  • White Papers // Dec 2011

    The Complexity of the Business Network Context and Its Effect on Subsidiary Relational (Over-) Embeddedness

    Many studies have focused on the effects of MNC subsidiaries' external relational embeddedness. Little attention has been given to its antecedents and especially to the potential effect that the business network context might have. The authors try to fill this gap and attempt to explain variation among subsidiaries' degree of...

    Provided By Copenhagen Business School

  • White Papers // Jun 2013

    Exploring Business Models for NFC Enabled Mobile Payment Services: The Case of Google Wallet and ISIS

    Over the past few years, mobile payments have been present like a storm on the horizon. They have generated a lot of attention; yet have not reached wide adoption. Issues such as the complexity of the mobile payment ecosystem and the lack of sustainable business models have been accounted for...

    Provided By Copenhagen Business School

  • White Papers // Jan 2011

    Value Appropriation within a Business Network

    This paper explores the interplay between value creation and appropriation of value by firms within a business network context. These two value processes are inter-linked. Collectively firms create a product of value to an end consumer and a part of that value is appropriated by each firm in the network....

    Provided By Copenhagen Business School