Research

Overarching research theme

Technological discontinuities, Disruptive innovation, Innovation management, Busines models, Business history. A Google Scholar profile can be found here.

Peer reviewed journal publications

Laurell, C., Sandström, C. (2017) The sharing economy in social media – analyzing tensions between market and non-market logics, accepted for publication in Technological Forecasting and Social Change.

Laurell, C., Sandström, C. (2017) Comparing the impact of social and traditional media on disruptive change – evidence from the sharing economy, accepted for publication in Technological Forecasting and Social Change.

Sandström, C., Ernkvist, M., Laurell, C., Jörnmark, J. (2016) Varför kan teknik slå politik? Ekonomisk Debatt, Vol 44(7), p. 42-53. Tillgänglig här.

Sandström, C., Wennberg, K., Wallin, M. Zherlygina, Y. (2016) Public Policy for Academic Entrepreneursip: A review and critical discussion, forthcoming in Journal of Technology Transfer, available here.

Berglund, H., Sandström, C. (2016) A New Perspective on the Innovator’s Dilemma – Exploring the Role of Entrepreneurial Incentives, Accepted for publication in International Journal of Technoloy Management. Available here.

Laurell, C., Sandström, C. (2016) Analysing Uber in Social Media – Disruptive Technology or Institutional Disruption? International Journal of Innovation Management, Vol. 20(7), DOI: 10.1142/S1363919616400132. Knut Holt Best paper award vid ISPIM Innovation Summit, 5-7 December in Brisbane, Australia. Available here.

Sandström, C. (2016) The non-disruptive emergence of an Ecosystem for 3D Printing – Insights from the Hearing aid industry’s transition 1989-2008, Technological Forecasting & Social Change, Vol 102, pp. 160-168. Available here.

Sandström, C., Berglund, H., Magnusson, M. (2014). Symmetric assumptions in the theory of disruptive innovation – Theoretical and Managerial implications, Creativity and Innovation Management, Vol. 23(4), pp. 472-483. Available here

Laurell, C., Sandström, C. (2014). Disruption and Social Media – Entrant Firms as Institutional Entrepreneurs, International Journal of Innovation Management, Vol. 18(3). Available here.

Sandström, C. (2013) Facit and the displacement of mechanical calculators, IEEE Annals of the History of Computing, Vol 35(3), pp. 20-31. Available here.

Berglund, H., Sandström, C. (2013) Business Model Innovation from an Open Systems Perspective: Structural Challenges and Mangerial Solutions, International Journal of Product Development, special issue on Business Model Innovation, 18(3/4), pp. 274-285. Available here.

Pihl, C., Sandström, C. (2013) Social media, value creation and appropriation – the business model of fashion bloggers in Sweden, International Journal of Technology Management, Vol. Vol. 61(3/4), pp. 309-323. Available here.

Sandström, C. (2011) High-end disruptive technologies with an inferior performance, International Journal of Technology Management, Vol. 56(2-4), pp. 109-122. Available here.

Sandström, C., Osborne, R-G. (2011) Managing business model renewal, International Journal of Business and Systems Research, Vol. 5(5), pp. 461-474. Available
here.

Sandstrom, C. (2011) Hasselblad and the Shift to Digital Imaging, IEEE Annals of the History of Computing, Vol. 33(3), pp. 55 – 66. Available here.

Sandström, C. and Björk, J. (2010) Idea management systems for a changing innovation landscape, International Journal of Product Development, Vol. 11, No 3-4, pp. 310 – 324. Available here

Broström, A., McKelvey, M and Sandström, C. (2009) Investing in Localised Relationships to Universities: What are the benefits to R&D subsidiaries of multinational enterprises? Industry & Innovation, Vol. 16, pp 59-78. Available here.

Sandström, C., Magnusson, M., and Jörnmark, J. (2009) Exploring factors influencing incumbents’ response to disruptive innovation, Creativity and Innovation Management, Vol 18(1), pp. 8-15. Available here.

Dissertation
Sandström, C. (2010). A revised perspective on Disruptive Innovation – Exploring Value, Networks and Business models. Chalmers University of Technology. The thesis contains six articles and a 77 p. covering paper. Available
here.

Other journal publications
Sandström, C. (2015) Is 3D Printing a Disruptive Technology? Evidence from the Hearing Aid Industry, EIPM Journal of Supply E

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