Value Added (Strategy) - Definition
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What is Value Added?
Value added can be defined generally as the increased utility that a company creates for its consumers or clients. More specifically, it refers to the extra features a company may add to a product or service to give it a sense of increased value to customers or clients. This may include either changing the product design or providing extra accompaniments primarily to increase consumer perceived value.
Academic Research on Value Added Principal (VAP)
- New evidence on the value additivity principle, Burns, M. R. (1987). Journal of Financial and Quantitative Analysis, 22(1), 65-77.
- Analysis of Incentives and Quantification of Benefits in'Project Based Value Added Networks', Winkler, H., Schemitsch, H. B., & Kaluza, B.
- Business climate, taxes and expenditures, and state industrial growth in the United States, Plaut, T. R., & Pluta, J. E. (1983). Southern Economic Journal, 99-119.
- Investment Decisions in New Generation Cooperatives, Puaha, H., & Tilley, D. S. (2003).
- Report on the Workshop on Value Added Tax, Rao, R. K., & Aggarwal, P. K. (1999).
- Evaluating international projects: an adjusted present value approach, Lessard, D. R. (1981). In Capital Budgeting Under Conditions of Uncertainty (pp. 118-137). Springer, Dordrecht.
- Economic analysis of the US Department of Agriculture's value-added producer grants program, Oswald, D. J. (2008). (Doctoral dissertation, Kansas State University).
- Barriers and facilitators to knowledge capture and transfer in project-based firms, Hall, J., Sapsed, J., & Williams, K. (2000, February). In 4th International conference on technology policy and innovation, Curitiba, Brazil.
- Export performance and state industrial growth, Erickson, R. A. (1989). Export performance and state industrial growth. Economic Geography, 65(4), 280-292.
- How can firms in the UK be encouraged to create more value, Edwards, T., Battisti, G., McClendon, W. P., Denyer, D., & Neely, A. (2004). London Business School: The Advanced Institute of Management Research.