Detailed programme
of the conference

Each presenting author will have 20 mins for his/her presentation, followed by 10 mins discussion.

Conference Day 1
5. October 2021

10:30 - 12:00 | Session 1

Auditorium

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Fifth stage of Business Model Research

Chair

Annabeth Aagaard , Christian Nielsen


Getting out of Dominant Logic Trap: (Un)learning to De-internationalize and Re-internationalize

Authors: Sort, Turcan and Taran


Selecting a strategic foresight tool for business model innovation

Author: Spaniol


The role of business model innovation in times of uncertainty: The case of high-tech entrepreneurs during the Covidcrisis

Authors: Carle and Rayna

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Circularity

Chair

Kristian Sund


Circular economy principles in the context of energy transition

Auhtors: Hamwiand Lizarralde


Steps towards circularity in the Swedish construction sector

Authors: Lindgren, Koch and Manés


Truth vs. formality – managing risks in circular business model innovation

Authors: Williamson and Schaad

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Business Track


13:00 - 14:30 | Session 2

Auditorium

Book panel on Business Models and Firm internationalisation

Panel Chair

Christian Nielsen


Opening  of the session - Christian Nielsen.

Presentation of the book 'Business Models and Firm Internationalisation', to be published by Routledge, edited by Christian Nielsen, Svetla T. Marinova and Marin A. Marinov - Marin A. Marinov

Business Models and the Internationalisation Process - Svetla T. Marinova;

Framing Firm Internationalisation - A Business Model Perspective - Mika Yrjola;

Effects of Platform Business Models on the Outcomes and Speed of Internationalisation - Tamara Galkina;

Business Models of International New Ventures - Petri Ahokangas;

Business Models and Firm Internationalisation - What Is Missing? - Jean-Francois Hennart.

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Innovation

Chair

Leonie Baldacchino


Business Model Innovation in Response to Disintermediation -A Study of Shipping Intermediaries in a Disrupted Industry

Authors: Nowinska and Petersen


From Hedgehog to Fox?: Business Model Evolution in BSCs

Authors: Yami and Madhavan


Incumbent Business Model Innovation Under Misperceived Hypercompetition

Authors: Sund and Lindskov

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Ecosystems

Chair

Liina Joller-Vahter


Business Model Approach for Smart City Governance

Authors: Perätalo, Mohamed and Iivari


Business Models of Banks in Front of FinTech competition : a coopetition perspective

Authors: Rayna and Chelbi


Intra-organizational business model implications of inter-organizational collaboration

Authors: Holm and Kringelum

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Business Track


15:00 - 16:30 | Session 3

Auditorium

CHALLENGES AND DECISIONMAKING

Chair

Anna B. Holm


Business model diversification : a systematic review

Author: Habibi


Capability framework implementing pay-per-outcome business model in equipment manufacturing companies

Author: Uski, Kukkamalla, Karkkainen, Menon


Identification of potential drivers of BM’s resilience

Author: Couldeville

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IoT Game

Chair

Kristina Maria Madsen


In this session you will get the opportunity to play with the intersection of IoT technologies and business models.

You will be introduced to a game developed by FORCE Technology and Aalborg University Business School.

The purpose of the game is to become acquainted with IoT and Business Model terminology and possibilities while developing ideas for future IoT adventures.

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Society & Sustainability

Chair

Thierry Rayna


How do social franchising models benefit from intermediate actors to scale social value?

Authors: Genet and Nguyen


Sustainable Business Model Practices Maturity Model in the Construction Industry

Authors: Manés and Koch


The Doing Good Business Diamond: Coherency in Sustainable Business Models

Authors: Bruun and Kyhnau

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Digitalization 1

Chair

Christina M. Bidmon


From Digitalization, over Business Opportunities, to Business Model Innovation: The Trackunit Case

Authors: Balslev Andersen and Nielsen


Mapping platform business models for 5G mobile operators

Authors: Ahokangas, Yrjlölä, Matinmikko-Blue, Atkova, Iivari


Towards a Multi-Level Approach to the Adoption of a Digital-Driven BMI by Incumbents

Authors: Markoff-Legrand, Bocquetand Gandia

Conference Day 2
6. October 2021

10:30 - 12:00 | Session 4

Auditorium

DISCLOSURE & REPORTING

Chair

Petri Ahokangas


The role of business model reporting and risk reporting in Intellectual Capital disclosure

Authors: Crovini, Giunta, Simoni and Nielsen


Documenting the contribution of people to successful business model implementation: an exercise in Integrated Reporting

Authors: Roslender and Nielsen

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Digitalization 2

Chair

Olfa Chelbi


Cards for IoT - a business model design and digital transformation game

Authors: Madsen, Lund and Hjorth Rasmussen


Digitalization For Value Appropriation In Pharmaceutical Markets: A Business Model Perspective

Authors: Klimanov, Holm and Tretyak


Legitimacy challenges in platform, data and artificial intelligence business models

Authors: Zhang, Dehkordi, Giscaand Ahokangas

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Innovation 2

Chair

Marika Miriam Iivari


Business Model Innovation for Impact: An Exploratory Study

Authors: Georget and Rayna


Process in business model change

Authors: Friis, Kringelum and Holmgren


Revenue Stream Innovation in the Business Model Canvas

Authors.: Dingli, Buhagiar and Baldacchino

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13:00-14:30 | Session 5

Auditorium

PANEL ON LEGITIMACY AND LEGITIMATION OF BUSINESS MODELS

Panel Chairs

Petri Ahokangas , Romeo V. Turcan , Marika Miriam Iivari


Innovations such as novel business models suffer from low legitimacy – but business models can be also seen as devices to test the legitimacy of new technological innovations. Thus, business model innovators need to plan strategies for improving the legitimacy of their business models.

The panel Legitimacy and legitimation of business models will focus on discussing the antecedents and outcomes of legitimacy and legitimation of business models in different contexts, stemming from the discussions within the Marie Skłodowska-Curie project LNETN (Legitimation of Newness and its impact on EU agenda for change). The panel will provide novel insights into how to examine legitimacy/legitimation of business models, and what we can learn by bringing legitimacy/legitimation discussion into the context of business model research.

The discussants comprise of the ESRs (early stage researchers) of the LNETN project: Cristian Ziliberberg, Deniz Dönmez, Hamideh Saadatmanesh, Jackson Wanjiku, Julia Zhang, Louis Georges Theodore Lines, Luiza Stein, Manoella Antonieta Ramos da Silva, Olga Pojiltov, Oxana Gisca, Rashid Sadeghian Dehkordi, Saurav Kumar.

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VALUE

Chair

Sandra Dingli


Value-Based Business Modelling

Author: Raith


Managing value migration through digitalization and sustainability: A case study of print manufacturing

Authors: Walker and Pemer


Prosumers’ Business Models in Future Electricity Markets: Peer-to-Peer, Community Self-Consumption, and Transactive Energy Models

Authors: Montakhabi, van der Graaf, Ballon, Mustafa

 

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15:00-16:30 | Session 6

Auditorium

THEORIES, FRAMEWORKS & TOOLS

Chair

Oxana Gisca


Beyond the Canvas: Ways to build better business model frameworks

Authors: Thomsen, Stuck, Delmar


Developing Network Effects for Digital Platforms in Two-Sided Markets – the NfX Construction Guide

Authors: Bartels and Schmitt


Research proposals for a systemic approach to the business model concept

Authors: Roussignol and Garreau

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