Books on Internet Business Models

Business Modeling: A Practical Guide to Realizing Business Value   Superb book  David M. Bridgeland & Ron Zahavi (2008) - Business Modeling: A Practical Guide to Realizing Business Value (The MK/OMG Press)
"A business model is a simple representation of the complex reality of a business." Written by two business modeling experts, this book provides in-depth coverage of the four business modeling disciplines: process modeling, motivation modeling, organization modeling, and rules modeling, giving valuable practical advice on how to make your business modeling efforts successful by combining these disciplines. You can read about today's best practices for building effective business models, and describes common mistakes that should be avoided. By David M. Bridgeland & Ron Zahavi. Paperback: 408 pages; Publisher: Morgan Kaufmann (2008)
     
From Place To Space   Superb book  Peter Weill & Michael Vitale (2001) - Place to Space: Migrating to eBusiness Models
The authors identify and examine eight "atomic e-business models" (looking into everything from strategic objectives and IT requirements to how money is made) and propose ways these can be adapted to create individualized e-business initiatives in all types of existing firms. The book "focuses on the key challenges facing leaders of successful, established businesses migrating from their traditional marketplace business models to a combination of place and space. The book provides a structured approach to understanding and implementing e-business models that mix new Net-based strategies including electronic auctions and virtual communities with traditional approaches like direct-to-customer connections and full-service relationships. Incorporating informative case studies, they present a solid primer on ways business can be conducted electronically and clear direction to help in choosing among the proper solutions to various situations. Written by Peter Weill and Michael Vitale Hardcover: 372 pages; Publisher: Harvard Business Press; 1st edition (2001)
     
  Good book  Peter Fingar, Bryan Maizlish and Ronald Aronica (2001) - The Death of "e" and the Birth of the Real New Economy : Business Models, Technologies and Strategies for the 21st Century by Peter Fingar, Bryan Maizlish and Ronald Aronica. Hardcover: 360 pages; Publisher: Meghan-Kiffer Press; 1st edition (2001)
     
  Good book  Allan Afuah - Christopher Tucci (2002) - Internet Business Models and Strategies: Text and Cases, by Allan Afuah and Christopher Tucci (2002)
A real classic textbook that should be on every business student's bookshelf! In spite of its age (first published in 2001!), it still contains a lot of valid insights and general knowledge on Web-based business models. Definitely worth reading!
     
  Superb book  Thomas R. Eisenmann (2001) - Internet Business Models by Thomas R. Eisenmann (2001)
     
  Good book  Harry B. DeMaio (2001) - B2B and Beyond: New Business Models Built on Trust by Harry B. Demaio (2001)
     
e-Enterprise: Business Models, Architecture and Components   Good Book  Faisal Hoque (2000) - e-Enterprise: Business Models, Architecture and Components (Breakthroughs in Application Development) by Faisal Hoque (2000)
     
Founders at Work   Superb book  Founders at Work: Stories of Startups' Early Days - Founders at Work: Stories of Startups' Early Days, a collection of interviews with the founders of some of the most important internet-based companies (2008)
     
The Long Tail by Chris Anderson   Good book  The Long Tail: Why the Future of Business is Selling Less of More - The Long Tail - How Endless Choice is Creating Unlimited Demand by Chris Anderson (2006)
     
Wikinomics   Superb book  Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything - Wikinomics: How Mass Collaboration Changes Everything. Don Tapscott and Anthony D. Williams on the impact of mass collaboration on business and technology (2007)
     
  Good book  Value Creation from E-Business Models - Value Creation from E-Business Models, edited by Wendy Currie. Theoretical and empirical contributions from leading academic scholars in the field of management information systems. It provides a thorough analysis of what constitutes an e-business model. (2004)
     
Information Rules: A Strategic Guide   Good book  Information Rules: A Strategic Guide to the Network Economy - a good book covering the change brought by technology in the late Nineties and how it affects certain issues such as pricing, intellectual property, versioning, lock-in, compatibility, and standards; by Carl Shapiro and Hal R. Varian; Hardcover: 352 pages; Publisher: Harvard Business School Press (1998)
     
The New Business Road Test   Good book  The new business road test: What entrepreneurs and executives should do before writing a business plan - The New Business Road Test is a theoretical guidance for business plan writers and students studying business models, providing some practical tips and examples from real-life business models;by Prof. John W. Mullins from the London Business School (2006)