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Access-based Services for the Base of the Pyramid

2017-09-29 , Schäfers, Tobias , Moser, Roger , Narayanamurthy, Gopalakrishnan

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Overcoming Ownership Risk at the Base of the Pyramid with Access-based Services

2015-02-14 , Schaefers, Tobias , Moser, Roger , Narayanamurthy, Gopalakrishnan

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Non-Ownership Commercial Mobility and Humanitarian Logistics: New Perspectives to Improve Response Times and Long-term Impact

2013-12-03 , Hirschinger, Micha , Moser, Roger , Hartmann, Evi

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Trust in Emerging Markets: Understanding, Antecedents and Outcome

2012-08-03 , Kuklinski, Christian , Migge, Thorsten , Moser, Roger

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Leveraging Social Capital for Strategy Formulation: Lessons from Practice in three Institutional Contexts

2016-12-10 , Rengarajan, Srinath , Richter, Ulf , Moser, Roger

It is well established that social capital has many benefits, including access to information and resources, for organizations and individuals. However, the mechanisms through which managers activate their ties to leverage such benefits are still not well understood. In this paper, we study how managers activate their social capital to identify relevant information and build new frameworks for formulating competitive strategies. A comparative study of managers from Germany, India, and China is expected to provide deeper insights into the specific information gathering activities and kinds of social capital that managers use to formulate their competitive strategies. Further, we make an attempt to provide institutional explanations to the mechanisms employed by managers in their respective country environments.

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Risk Reduction at the Base of the Pyramid: The Role of Access-Based Services

2015-05-17 , Schaefers, Tobias , Moser, Roger , Narayanamurthy, Gopalakrishnan

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Information Processing in Emerging Markets: Industry Intelligence Activities in China : Winner of the Best Conference Paper Award

2013-06-18 , Kuklinski, Christian , Moser, Roger , Callarman, Tom

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Die Wertschätzung von Netzwerken und Clustern bei der Internationalisierung von Schweizer KMUs

2015-03-18 , Moser, Roger

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Providing Access to Water in Remote Areas: The Case of Trunz Watersystems AG in India

2014-09-08 , Moser, Roger , Narayanamurthy, Gopalakrishnan

Trunz Water Systems AG (TWS) was founded in 2007 by a team of 12 experts from water treatment, metal construction and project management. TWS was the youngest business unit of the Trunz Group, a leading metal construction company from Switzerland with 40 years of history. TWS manufactured and distributed sustainable and cost efficient solutions for water purification, water desalination combined with solar power generation. The innovative company offered unique and sustainable solutions for decentralised potable water and electricity supply especially suited for rural areas. The product solutions of TWS were exceptionally energy efficient, independent, compact and environmentally friendly. In 2012, TWS was among the most competitive companies in this niche market and as of June 2012, over 550 TWS projects were operating in more than 30 countries all over the world. However, the market entry in India was not yet successfully completed and top management of TWS was thinking about appropriate business models that would help in successfully expanding in the Indian market.

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Corporate Entrepreneurship in MNCs: Evaluating the Influence of Organizational Differences at BOSCH GmbH Worldwide

2012-06-01 , Georgi, Christoph , Moser, Roger , Kuklinski, Christian