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Base-of-the-pyramid (BoP) research talks about market based solutions for the development of marginalized sections of informal market economies. However, absence ofsound theoretical foundations is obstructing development of the discourse. Relatively mature, (sustainable) supply chain management ((S)SCM) literature has many analogousconcepts to the BoP research. The integration of the two research streams can not only provide BoP with the much needed theoretical infrastructure, but can alsoopen new research frontiers for the (S)SCM research. The extent dissertation is an effort to integrate the BoP and (S)SCM research. The results of the systematic literature review highlight the theoretical commonalitiesamong the two research streams and led to development of certain frameworks based upon the results of contingency analysis. The empirical part of the dissertation triesto explore the (S)SCM practices significantly affecting the purchasing performance of indigenous BoP firms in a B2B context. Argumentation of the resource dependencytheory is employed to get deeper insights into the empirical results of the study.
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Bachelor Thesis from the year 2012 in the subject Business economics - Marketing, Corporate Communication, CRM, Market Research, Social Media, grade: 1,3, Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel, language: English, abstract: Selling and buying behavior in business to business markets has rapidly changed over the past decades as markets become more competitive, technology evolves fast and customer expectations have changed. Thus, the focus changed from the buyer or seller to being the sole individual responsible for handling business relationships. Nowadays, everybody in a company who can provide an input to the process is actively involved as the boundaries of different horizontal and vertical levels are fading which used to determine the scope of responsibility in the past. Therefore, the general terms of 'Buying Center' and 'Selling Center' have become important as they define the people being involved in a purchase. The aim of this dissertation is to provide an overview of the significant determinants of a buying and a selling center, the roles the individuals play in a purchase and the influences on buying and selling behavior on different levels. Additionally, the buying and selling process and the collaboration of the respective centers in the process are being considered. The first chapter focuses on the major changes of selling and buying in the past decades. Chapter three provides the general definitions of B2B markets, the goods being purchased and the terms of buying and selling centers. In addition, the major characteristics that determine a buying situation are being described. In the subsequent chapters, buying and selling behavior is being analyzed separately. Hence, chapter four outlines the roles in a buying center and analyzes who is likely to occupy these roles. After that, a model of the buying decision process is established to illustrate who is involved at which stage. With the purpose of surveying the preliminarily established assumptions of buying behavior, an interview with a buyer is conducted. At the end of the fourth chapter, the findings are summarized and implications for further research are provided. The fifth chapter elaborates the selling side of a purchase. Implications from the fourth chapter are included as the roles of the selling center and the seller's decision process are depicted. Subsequently, analogue to the previous chapter, theory is revised on the base of an interview with a selling agent. In the sixth chapter the two sides of a purchase and their members are considered jointly. Concluding, the key findings are outlined, implications for the management are evolved and recommendations for potential future research are made.
Bachelor Thesis from the year 2007 in the subject Business economics - Marketing, Corporate Communication, CRM, Market Research, Social Media, grade: 2,0, Vienna University of Economics and Business (Institut für Wirtschaftsinformatik und BWL), course: Vertiefungskurs VI - Spezialisierung E-Commerce, 74 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: This Bachelor thesis deals with geographic information system software in the traditional GIS-Desktop SW range. The idea of this literature work and qualitative field study is to arrange the concept of a 'criteria catalogue' as a decisive base for the acquisition of the market segment, 'professional GIS-Desktop SW systems' of Business to Consumer (B2C) and Business to Business enterprise (B2B) serves. A basis for the production of a criterion catalogue was the analysis of the extracts of the GIS-Research study of the company Daratech, Inc from the year 2006 [Dara06]. This criteria catalogue should be developed for Business to consumer (B2C) companies that have this GIS-applications already in use or decide towards this market segment in the close future. For these B2C companies the criterion cata-logue was created in this work and should become an important high-class instrument for future purchase decisions of the market segment, 'Professional Desktop GIS-Software' (Prof. Desktop GIS-SW). In accordance to the current scientific literature relating to the 'criteria catalogue' the raw and fine criteria do not to date exist (publicly not accessibly) on the segment 'Prof. Desktop GIS-SW' systems that developed 'criterion catalogue' summarises on a research basis on qualitative interviews (primary research) and literature studies (secondary analysis) to be based on. This work contains the following main chapters: 'Introduction' (chapter 5), 'project description' (chapter. 6), 'GIS-SW Market Overview' (chapter. 7.1), 'GIS-Software systems overview' (chapter 7.4), 'developing process of the criteria catalogue' (chapter 7.5), 'Discussion about the results of the primary research phase' (chapter 7.6) and 'Analyzed reference Prof. GIS-Desktop Systems' (chapter 7.7). The final chapter 'Conclusion and views forward' (chapter 8) sums up the main parts of this work and shows cognition results of the primary research phase as well as other modelling and design possibilities of the introduced criteria catalogue.