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Towards a Resource-based Theory of Value Appropriation: An Appropriation Factor Framework

Hallberg, Niklas Lars LU (2009) Academy of Management Annual Meeting, 2009
Abstract
This paper highlights the problem resource-based theory faces in explaining value appropriation and proposes a framework that addresses how resources affect bargaining power and value appropriation. The appropriation factor framework presented in this paper states that particular resources, termed appropriation factors, affect bargaining power, and thus the possibility for economic agents of appropriating a larger share of rents. Based on this framework, it is argued that investments in heterogeneous and immobile appropriation factors that facilitate value appropriation through elevated bargaining power can constitute an alternative avenue to sustained competitive advantage.
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Appropriation factors, Resource-based theory, Value appropriation
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Academy of Management Annual Meeting, 2009
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Chicago, United States
conference dates
2009-08-07 - 2009-08-11
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English
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  abstract     = {This paper highlights the problem resource-based theory faces in explaining value appropriation and proposes a framework that addresses how resources affect bargaining power and value appropriation. The appropriation factor framework presented in this paper states that particular resources, termed appropriation factors, affect bargaining power, and thus the possibility for economic agents of appropriating a larger share of rents. Based on this framework, it is argued that investments in heterogeneous and immobile appropriation factors that facilitate value appropriation through elevated bargaining power can constitute an alternative avenue to sustained competitive advantage.},
  author       = {Hallberg, Niklas Lars},
  language     = {eng},
  title        = {Towards a Resource-based Theory of Value Appropriation: An Appropriation Factor Framework},
  year         = {2009},
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