Appendix B: Published Articles Based on the Workshops and Symposium

No Business is an Island

ISBN: 978-1-78714-550-4, eISBN: 978-1-78714-549-8

Publication date: 17 August 2017


(2017), "Appendix B: Published Articles Based on the Workshops and Symposium", Håkansson, H. and Snehota, I. (Ed.) No Business is an Island, Emerald Publishing Limited, Bingley, pp. 295-298.



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The IMP Journal 10:1

  • Purchasing and supply management and the role of supplier interfaces

    Luis Araujo, Lars-Erik Gadde, Anna Dubois (pp. 2–24)

  • Managerial implications of research on inter-organizational interfaces: The case of key account management

    Björn S. Ivens, Catherine Pardo (pp. 25–49)

  • A start-up in interaction with its partners

    Tamara Oukes, Ariane Raesfeld von (pp. 50–80)

  • Managing renewal in fragmented business networks

    Malena Ingemansson Havenvid, Håkan Håkansson, Åse Linné (pp. 81–106)

  • What’s “knowledge management” when resources are unknowable and deals negotiated?

    Alexandra Waluszewski (pp. 107–128)

  • The rise and fall of channel management

    Lars-Erik Gadde (pp. 129–153)

  • The managerial challenge of business interaction: Behind the market façade

    Håkan Håkansson, David Ford (pp. 154–171)

  • Corporate associations in B2B: Coping with multiple relationship-specific identities

    Antonella La Rocca, Ivan Snehota (pp. 172–188)

The IMP Journal 10:2

  • Market policy and destructive network effects

    Morten H. Abrahamsen, Håkan Håkansson (pp. 195–220)

  • Clustering or interacting for knowledge?: Towards an entangled view of knowledge in regional growth policy

    Jens Ola Eklinder-Frick (pp. 221–242)

  • A Black Swan in the district? An IMP perspective on immigrant entrepreneurship and changes in industrial districts

    Matilde Milanesi, Simone Guercini, Alexandra Waluszewski (pp. 243–259)

  • To be independent or balance interdependence?: Policy implications for micro and small enterprises

    Milena Ratajczak-Mrozek, Magdalena Herbeć (pp. 260–275)

  • The role of owners in industrial networks – The case of a steel producer

    Bjorn Axelsson, Håkan Håkansson (pp. 276–295)

  • State actors’ mobilisation of resources for innovation: a case study of a Chinese vaccine

    Tommy Shih, Åse Linné (pp. 296–316)

  • Interactive resource development: implications for innovation policy

    Lars-Erik Gadde, Frida Lind (pp. 317–338)

  • Bridging gaps between policies for sustainable markets and market practices

    Lars-Gunnar Mattsson (pp. 339–356)

The IMP Journal 10:3

  • Economic deals in the construction industry: Implications for socio-material interaction and monetary processes

    Malena Ingemansson Havenvid, Håkan Håkansson, Åse Linné (pp. 364–389)

  • Wroe Alderson, IMP and the evolution of theory

    Lars-Erik Gadde, Kajsa Hulthén (pp. 390–408)

  • Market investments in resource interfaces: Understanding market assets in networks

    Frans Prenkert (pp. 409–442)

  • “Methodomania”? On the methodological and theoretical challenges of IMP business research

    Håkan Håkansson, Alexandra Waluszewski (pp. 443–463)

  • Researching business interaction: Introducing a conceptual framework and methodology

    Morten H. Abrahamsen (pp. 464–482)

  • An old picture … or is it? The relations between business and political networks in Hungary

    Tibor Mandják, Judit Simon (pp. 483–511)

  • Learning from intelligent conversation: How can insights from system theory contribute to advance IMP research?

    Luitzen De Boer, Poul Houman Andersen (pp. 512–539)

  • Let’s talk about innovation: Is there a hidden potential of knowledge exchange between open innovation and IMP?

    Christina Öberg (pp. 540–560)

The IMP Journal 11:1

  • The role of accounting for managing innovation processes when relationships matter

    Johnny Lind (pp. 7–24)

  • The roles of deals and business networks in innovation processes

    Per Ingvar Olsen, Håkan Håkansson (pp. 25–50)

  • The role of policy in innovation: The challenging distribution of social, material and monetary benefits

    Alexandra Waluszewski, Enrico Baraldi, Andrea Perna (pp. 51–71)

  • What is in it for me: Firms strategizing for public-private innovation

    Kristin B. Munksgaard, Majbritt Rostgaard Evald, Ann Højbjerg Clarke, Torben Munk Damgaard (pp. 72–90)

  • Formalizing in business networks as a tool for industrial policy

    Simone Guercini, Annalisa Tunisini (pp. 91–108)

  • Customer portfolios – Challenges of internal and external alignment

    Ann Højbjerg Clarke, Per Vagn Freytag, Judith Zolkiewski (pp. 109–126)

  • Investigating strategy tools from an interactive perspective

    Caroline Cheng, Malena Ingemansson Havenvid (pp. 127–149)

  • Strategy from the perspective of contract manufacturers

    Zsuzsanna Szalkai, Mária Magyar (pp. 150–172)

The IMP Journal 11:2

  • Innovation networks or innovation within networks

    Synnøve Rubach, Thomas Hoholm, Håkan Håkansson (pp. 178–206)

  • Creating relationship continuity across projects in the construction industry: Deliberate, emergent and deliberately emergent strategies

    Malena Ingemansson Havenvid, Elsebeth Holmen, Åse Linné, Ann-Charlott Pedersen (pp. 207–229)

  • Start-ups initiating business relationships: process and asymmetry

    Lise Aaboen, Leena Aarikka-Stenroos (pp. 230–250)

  • Coping with friction during technology commercialisation

    Malla Mattila (pp. 251–273)

  • Strategizing in horizons and verizons: Distinguishing between mediators and firms' mediating functions

    Lars Huemer (pp. 274–288)

  • Customer-driven supply chains under IMP lens: A systematic literature review and conceptual framework

    Elisa Martina Martinelli, Annalisa Tunisini, Simone Guercini (pp. 289–300)

  • Understanding business networks from a mixed network and system ontology position: A review of the research field

    Frans Prenkert (pp. 301–326)

  • The business actor and business management

    Kristin B. Munksgaard, David Ford (pp. 327–347)