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My articles on e-business

Nowcasting, czyli prognozowanie teraźniejszości

Niniejszy wpis zawiera główne tezy z opracowania: E. Tomczyk, T. Doligalski, Predicting New Car Registrations: Nowcasting with Google Search and Macroeconomic Data, [w:] Sł. Partycki (red.), E-społeczeństwo w Europie Środkowej i Wschodniej. Teraźniejszość i perspektywy rozwoju, Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin 2015, s. 228-236.

W nowoczesnej gospodarce dostępnych jest wiele źródeł danych opisujących aktualne zjawiska społeczne. Dane te są pomocne przy modelowaniu zachowań różnych podmiotów gospodarczych, takich jak konsumenci lub firmy. Źródłami danych mogą być aukcje internetowe, firmy kurierskie, operatorzy kart płatniczych czy też firmy telekomunikacyjne, gdyż dysponują one precyzyjnymi informacjami na temat transakcji lub zdarzeń w określonych lokalizacjach [2, s.1]. Szczególne znaczenie wśród nich odgrywają wyszukiwarki internetowe posiadające dane na temat treści i częstotliwości zapytań.  Dzięki usłudze Google Trends analizować można liczbę i lokalizacje poszczególnych zapytań kierowanych do wyszukiwarki. Dostępność tego typu danych umożliwia modelowanie zjawisk społecznych zgodnie z zasadami nowcastingu. Czytaj dalej

Public goods on the Internet?

In 2015, Polish Wikipedia removed a significant number of users from the possibility of page editing without logging in (to be exact: more than half a million IP addresses were blocked – source).

Meanwhile, the definition of public good says that:
– consumption is non-rival,
– it is not possible to exclude anyone from the consumption of a given public good. Czytaj dalej

Business model and strategy

Excerpts from the article: T. Doligalski, Internet Business Models in the Consumer Market – a Typological Approach, „Marketing i Rynek”, 12/2018.

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The notion of business model with reference to strategy and revenue model
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Internet Business Models in the Consumer Market – a Typological Approach (pdf)

Excerpts from the article: T. Doligalski, Internet Business Models in the Consumer Market – a Typological Approach, „Marketing i Rynek”, 12/2018.

 

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This paper presents characteristics of business models adopted by Internet companies operating in the consumer market. The typology covers online vendors, e-service providers, content providers, multi-sided platforms, and community providers. The business model types are described here, also with respect to selected economic categories. Additionally, the paper discusses the notion of business models from systemic and typological perspectives and compares this term to the notion of strategy and revenue model.

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e-Business Models and Strategies

Below you will find my articles on e-Business Models and Strategies.

Internet Business Models in the Consumer Market – a Typological Approach

What are the internet business models? This is the research question I attempt to answer in this paper. As a result I present five internet business models and describe their characteristics with reference to economic notions. Both, HTML and PDF versions of the article are available.

T. Doligalski, Internet Business Models in the Consumer Market – a Typological Approach, „Marketing i Rynek”, 12/2018.

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Business Models of Internet Companies and Types of Goods Offered (pdf, 2018)


Abstract

The article presents the relations between the business models of internet companies operating in the B2C market and the types of goods they offer (i.e. private, club, common, and public goods). The analysis shows that internet companies provide all four types of goods distinguished in the theory of economics. Czytaj dalej

Predicting New Car Registrations: Nowcasting with Google Search and Macroeconomic Data

Published as: E. Tomczyk, T. Doligalski, Predicting New Car Registrations: Nowcasting with Google Search and Macroeconomic Data, [in:] Sł. Partycki (ed.),  E-społeczeństwo w Europie Środkowej i Wschodniej. Teraźniejszość i perspektywy rozwoju (e-Society in Middle and Eastern Europe. Present and Development Perspectives), Wydawnictwo KUL, Lublin 2015, p. 228-236.

Download the paper as pdf from SSRN:  Predicting New Car Registrations: Nowcasting with Google Search and Macroeconomic Data

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Nowcasting New Car Registrations with Google Search Data and Car Manufacturers’ Website Traffic

Tymoteusz Doligalski, Emilia Tomczyk, Nowcasting New Car Registrations with Google Search Data and Car Manufacturers’ Website Traffic, paper accepted at the 6th EMAC Regional Conference, Vienna 2015.

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Value Creation in E-Business and Financial Performance: Researching Polish Online Companies with Amit and Zott’s Model.

 

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The paper presents the outcomes of the survey of the managers of Polish internet companies with the aim of verifying to what extent the e-business value creation model developed by Amit and Zott could be used to explain different profitability levels among firms. The study included 150 businesses with the largest representation of internet retailers and service providers. The major outcome of the study was developing logistic regression model that allowed to establish which variables were statistically significant predictors of operational return on sales ratio. It implied that out of four elements comprising Amit and Zott’s model only Complementarities were closely linked with improved financial performance. The two other elements – Customer Lock-in and Novelty – were not viable predictors while the forth component (Efficiency for Customer) was negatively related to the performance metric.
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Internet-Based Customer Portfolio Building

 

Paper accepted for 10th International Conference Marketing Trends (Paris, January 20th-20nd 2011).

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This paper presents a conceptual model of Internet-based customer portfolio building. The proposed model refers to the concept of value exchange between a company and a customer, as well as to the concept of delivering values to customers. The model is made up of five stages: defining, creating, communicating and delivering values, as well as generating values for a company.
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Strategies of Value Proposition on the Internet

JEL Classifications: M31 ; and / or UDC: 389
Key words:  Value Proposition, Values for Customer, Internet, E-commerce, Online, Marketing, Customer, Strategy, Value Offerings, Value co-creation, Mass Customization, Freemium.
Abstract:  Paper presents strategies of value proposition on the Internet. Author has distinguished and described strategies of efficiency, free values, complete customer solutions, unique values and value co-creation. These strategies are different from traditional strategies of value proposition, which refer values for customers to the level of price.

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Abstract: Paper presents strategies of value proposition on the Internet. Author has distinguished and described strategies of efficiency, free values, complete customer solutions, unique values and value co-creation. These strategies are different from traditional strategies of value proposition, which refer values for customers to the level of price.
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