Index to the IMP Journal volumes 1-8 (2006-2014)

Antonella La Rocca (Università della Svizzera italiana - USI)

IMP Journal

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Article publication date: 13 April 2015

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La Rocca, A. (2015), "Index to the IMP Journal volumes 1-8 (2006-2014)", IMP Journal, Vol. 9 No. 1. https://doi.org/10.1108/IMP-02-2015-0008

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Index to the IMP Journal volumes 1-8 (2006-2014)

Article Type: Index to the IMP Journal volumes 1-8 (2006-2014) From: IMP Journal, Volume 9, Issue 1

Volume 8, Issue 1, 2014

This is not a building: the abductionist journey of a publicly funded regional (non-)innovation project

Andreas Brekke, Synnøve Rubach and Thomas Hoholm    1

Boundary decisions of the firm: make, buy, cooperate

Filipe J. Sousa   13

Activity interdependence in industrial networks – exploring the structural interconnectedness of activities and resources

Lars Bankvall   22

The conceptual model of success in buyer-supplier relationship

Aniko Bodi-Schubert   31

Volume 8, Issue 2, 2014

Towards a network-based business model concept and the case of a truck OEM considering its business model in India

Lars Bankvall, Anna Dubois and Frida Lind   44

Strategizing at the boundaries of firms

Lars-Erik Gadde   51

New venture acquiring position in an existing network

Antonella La Rocca and Andrea Perna   64

Strategic reversal: the network as reason, means and end

Christina Öberg   74

An innovation success – but who gets the revenues? Opera software in Nigeria

Marie Brun Svendsen, Thomas Louis Dubourcq and Håkan Håkansson   84

Volume 8, Issue 3, 2014

Coping with recurring issues in BtoB research: the sisyphus effect? Or a “rolling stone” syndrome?

Bernard Cova, Catherine Pardo, Robert Salle and Robert Spencer   101

Phoenix in the network: the genesis of a Hungarian industrial company

Tibor Mandják, Zsuzsanna Szalkai, Edit Neumann-Bódi, Mária Magyar and Judit Simon   107

“Footprints of strategy” investigating purchasing strategies in a longitudinal case

Kajsa Hulthén and Tim Torvatn   120

Developing a usage network: combining business and non business resources to implement innovation

Florence Crespin-Mazet, Corinne Grenier, Karine Goglio-Primard and Eve Lombardo   133

Volume 7, Issue 1, 2013

Public purchasing policy as innovation killer?

Alexandra Waluszewski and Sofia Wagrell   1

Strategic sourcing development-emerging resource combination and knowledge interaction

Christian Koch, Claus Jørgensen and John Bang Mathiasen   12

Supply side organising – linking three overlapping domains

Ingrid Hessel and Lars-Erik Gadde   24

Integration barriers for purchasing organisation in a large construction contractor: towards requisite disintegration

Frödell, M., Josephson, P.-E. and Koch, C.   46

Supply network development: a case of developing a supply base in China

Nojan Najafi   

Beyond dyadic supplier development efforts: the multiple roles of the network in bringing about supplier development

Tina Bjørnevik Aune, Elsebeth Holmen and Ann-Charlott Pedersen   92

Volume 7, Issue 2, 2013

Agency and economizing in interacted economies

Håkan Håkansson, Per Ingvar Olsen and Tore Bakken   106

(Re)Organising for interaction within innovation networks – an exploratory study in the public sector

Theodor Sommersten Espelid, Carla Ramos, Daniela Corsaro and Stephan C. Henneberg   112

Organizational structure, key account management orientation and performance outcomes

Spiros Gounaris and Nektarios Tzempelikos   129

Volume 7, Issue 3, 2013

Diversity in homogeneity – a longitudinal bibliometric review of Industrial Marketing and Purchasing (IMP) group conferences from 1984 to 2012

Gerhard A. Wuehrer and Angela Elisabeth Smejkal   140

IMP theory in light of process and system theories

Per Ingvar Olsen   159

Approaching (inter-)actors in the business landscape

Antonella La Rocca   171

The political embeddedness of business networks in a Chinese context: the case of a biopharmaceutical business network

Åse Linné and Tommy Tsung-Ying Shih   180

The role of tie strength, relational capability and trust in the international performance of high tech SMEs

Breda Kenny and John Fahy   188

Volume 6, Issue 1, 2012

Exploring the conditions for marketing an innovative and unique customized solutions: Mexus case study

Andrea Perna, Enrico Baraldi and GianLuca Gregori   1

Interaction in dynamic networks: role playing and its implications for innovation

Marlene Johansson   17

Reorganizing business networks and innovation: two cases of Italian textile producers

Simone Guercini and Andrea Runfola   38

Network effects of upstream acquisitions of innovative firms

Christina Öberg   52

Living the innovation space without pre-existing relationships

Chiara Bernardi, Marta Boffi and Ivan Snehota   69

The relationship between marketing and purchasing for value innovation in business-to-business markets

Roberta Bocconcelli and Annalisa Tunisini   85

Volume 6, Issue 2, 2012

Business relationships and relationships with stakeholders – perception of Hungarian executives

Bálint Esse, Richárd Szántó and Ágnes Wimmer   98

Typology of business relationships using buyer’s and supplier’s perceptions

Tibor Mandják, Jörg Henseler, Judit Simon and Zsuzsanna Szalkai   109

Capability-based value creation in Hungarian automotive supply chains

Andrea Gelei   135

Uncertainty-reducing project-competences as organizational capabilities

Zoltán Veres   154

Contribution of Hungarian researchers to the IMP philosophy: summary of the papers written by Hungarian authors or co-authors for the annual IMP conferences between 1996-2009

Zsuzsanna Szalkai, Barbara Jenes, Edit Neumann-Bódi, Mária Magyar and Tímea Tóth   167

Volume 6, Issue 3, 2012

Below the surface: how (seafood-)networks work – and how they change

Per Ingvar Olsen   186

Networks in transition

Morten H. Abrahamsen and Håkan Håkansson   194

What is resource heterogeneity, and how Can a firm handle the resource heterogeneity encountered in its business relationships? A case of handling heterogeneity of fish farms in outbound logistics of fish feed

Elsebeth Holmen and Ann-Charlott Pedersen   210

Organizational identities in networks: sense-giving and sense-taking in the salmon farming industry

Lars Huemer   240

Interaction to bridge network gaps. The problem of specialization and innovation in fish technology

Thomas Hoholm and Håkan Håkansson   254

Being a networking firm on a day-to-day basis: customer and supplier routines in the Global Fish case

Debbie Harrison   267

Volume 5, Issue 1, 2011

New Business Formation in Business Networks

Ivan Snehota   1

The formation of science and technology parks

Chiara Cantù and Daniela Corsaro   10

Technical development and the formation of new business ventures. The case of new mobile payment and ticketing systems

Per Andersson, Jan Markendahl and Lars-Gunnar Mattsson   23

Starts-ups starting up – firms looking for a network

Lise Aaboen, Anna Dubois and Frida Lind   42

The story of Nemerix

Chiara Bernardi, Marta Boffi and Ivan Snehota   59

Volume 5, Issue 2, 2011

Construction companies and how they acquire knowledge through business interaction

Håkan Håkansson and Malena Ingemansson   67

Knowledge in use when actors interact in business relationships

Antonella La Rocca and Ivan Snehota   79

Knowledge, transparency and power in business networks

Per Ingvar Olsen   94

Business interaction and knowledge creation illustrated by a supply chain from the offshore oil- and gas industry

Bo Terje Kalsaas   107

Network change as a battle of ideas? Analysing the interplay between idea structures and activated structures

Morten H. Abrahamsen, Peter Naudé and Stephan C. Henneberg   122

Volume 5, Issue 3, 2011

Rethinking innovation policy

Alexandra Waluszewski   140

Public policy and industry views on innovation in construction

Lena E. Bygballe and Malena Ingemansson   157

“Betting on science or muddling through the network”. Two universities and one innovation commission

Enrico Baraldi and Alexandra Waluszewski   172

Global policy networks’ involvement in service innovation. Turning the mobile phone into a wallet by applying NFC technology

Per Andersson, Jan Markendahl and Lars-Gunnar Mattsson   193

To solve the impossible: from necessity to success with the help of business network

Tibor Mandják, Krisztina Bárdos, Edit Neuman-Bódi, Sarolta Németh and Judit Simon   212

Volume 4, Issue 1, 2010

Business relationships and networks: reflections on the IMP tradition

Björn Axelsson   3

Manager – researcher relationships

Geoff Easton   31

Temporal profiles of activities and temporal orientations of actors as part of market practices in business networks

Per Andersson and Lars-Gunnar Mattsson   57

Analysing business interaction

David Ford, Lars-Erik Gadde, Håkan Håkansson, Ivan Snehota and Alexandra Waluszewski   82

Volume 4, Issue 2, 2010

A critical episode analysis of the dynamics of the interaction atmosphere in a new product development relationship

Patrick Lynch and Thomas O’Toole   106

The emergence of a successful business network – what was the role of public policy?

Tommy Shih   131

Volume 4, Issue 3, 2010

Distribution network evolution – challenges for practice and theory

Lars-Erik Gadde   160

Distribution network dynamics: evolution in the PC distribution network

Kajsa Hulthén and Lars-Gunnar Mattsson   170

Opportunities and constraints for intermediaries in distribution: the challenge of variety

Leif-Magnus Jensen   194

Organizing a network within the network – the case of MC Elettrici

Chiara Cantù, Francesca Montagnini and Roberta Sebastiani   220

Volume 3, Issue 1, 2009

Accounting and distributed product development

Martin Carlsson-Wall, Kalle Kraus and Johnny Lind   2

The network researchers’ network: a social network analysis of the Imp Group 1984-2006

Stephan C. Henneberg, Zhizhong Jiang, Peter Naudé and Robert P. Ormrod   28

Behind the fish market façade

Sophie Cantillon and Håkan Håkansson   50

Co-operation facilitators in dynamic business triads

Anne Holma, Peter Björk and Henrik Virtanen   75

Volume 3, Issue 2, 2009

When science shall mean business from multifaceted to limited use of science?

Alexandra Waluszewski   3

Success in science and burden in business. On the difficult relationship between science as a developing setting and business as a producer-user setting

Malena Ingemansson and Alexandra Waluszewski   20

The innovation process and its organizational setting – fit or misfit?

Sofia Wagrell and Alexandra Waluszewski   57

Resource interfaces telling other stories about the commercial Use of new technology: the embedding of biotech solutions in US, China and Taiwan

Alexandra Waluszewski, Enrico Baraldi, Tommy Shih and Åse Linne   86

Volume 3, Issue 3, 2009

Local networks in global networks: is it possible?

Andrea Furlan, Roberto Grandinetti and Diego Campagnolo   3

The italian company beyond the district: supply network strategies

Roberta Bocconcelli and Annalisa Tunisini   21

New product development when you have to: frames and temporary collaboration in industrial nets

Debbie Harrison and John Finch   35

The becoming of Cermaq: the interplay between network influences and firm level control ambitions

Lars Huemer, Håkan Håkansson and Frans Prenkert   53

Volume 2, Issue 1, 2008

“Exit, voice and loyalty” in business to business markets

Keith Blois   2

When resource interfaces are neglected: lessons from history

Alexandra Waluszewski and Martin Johanson   13

Business relationships and resource combining

Lars-Erik Gadde and Håkan Håkansson   31

Pictures at an exhibition of business markets: is there a case for competition?

Malcolm T. Cunningham   46

Volume 2, Issue 2, 2008

An empirical investigation of interaction processes between buyers and sellers of business services

Wendy van der Valk, Finn Wynstra and Björn Axelsson   3

External interaction as a means of making changes in a company: the role of purchasing in a major turnaround for Ducati

Roberta Bocconcelli and Håkan Håkansson   25

Towards a model for analysing supplier relationships when developing a supply network

Ann-Charlott Pedersen, Tim Torvatn and Elsebeth Holmen   38

Volume 2, Issue 3, 2008

Analysing dimensions and consequences of project embeddedness

Frida Lind and Anna Dubois   2

An interactive view of innovations: adopting a new timber solution in an old concrete context

Anna Bengtson and Håkan Håkansson   19

Distribution research and the industrial network approach

Lars-Erik Gadde and David Ford   36

Volume 1, Issue 1, 2006

The Idea of interaction

David Ford and Hakan Håkansson   4

The relationship between technical and organisational interfaces in product development

Anna Dubois and Luis Araujo   21

Embedding and utilizing low weight: value creation and resource configurations in the networks around IKEA’s Lack table and Holmen’s newsprint

Enrico Baraldi and Torkel Strömsten   39

Hoping for network effects or fearing network effects

Alexandra Waluszewski   71

Volume 1, Issue 2, 2006

Network relationships and corporate acquisitions outcomes

Roberta Bocconcelli, Ivan Snehota and Annalisa Tunisini   3

Purchase towards a re-interpretation of industrial networks: a discursive view of culture

Nick Ellis, Sid Lowe and Sharon   20

Effects of product development: a network approach

Espen Gressetvold and Tim Torvatn   41

Volume 1, Issue 3, 2007

Business recipes, historical narratives and the discovery of networks page

Lars-Erik Gadde and Luis Araujo   2

Supplier segmentation “when supplier relationships matter”

Göran Persson and Håkan Håkansson   26

Contracting in asymmetric relationships: the role of framework contracts

Stefanos Mouzas and David Ford   42