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David Sörhammar

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Works at Stockholm Business School
Telephone 08-16 15 34
Email david.sorhammar@sbs.su.se
Visiting address Kräftriket, hus 3, 7, 15 och 24
Postal address Företagsekonomiska institutionen 106 91 Stockholm

Teaching

Associate professor David Sörhammar teaches students on all academic levels in marketing. At the moment he is responsible for a master course in Innovation and Knowledge Managemen and a teacher/supervisor for Master thesis and Reflective practice. 

Research

Associate professor David Sörhammar, at Stockholm Business School, holds a PhD in business studies from Uppsala University, and is a member of the Swedish Research School of Management and IT (MIT). His main research interests revolve around the issues of digitalization, value creation and networks. His research has received funding from Riksbankens Jubileumsfond [Value creation in innovative service systems: A research project on the dynamics of service transition processes in industrial networks], Handelsbankens forskningsstiftelser [Det globala spelet: Digitalisering, strukturomvandling och det svenska dataspelsundret] as well as from Sasakawa Young Leaders’ Fellowship Fund [Shopping comparison engines role in consumer markets: Triadic relationships – Consumer, Search Engine and business firm]. He is the supervisor to several PhD students and has been faculty opponent at several occasions. He has published several articles in international peer-reviewed marketing journals and has presented papers at numerous international conferences.

Publications

Articles (peer-reviewed)

Sklyar, A., Kowalkowski, C., Tronvoll, B., Sörhammar, D. (2019) Organizing for digital servitization: A service ecosystem perspective. Journal of Business Research [Forthcoming]

Jonas, J., Boha, J., Sörhammar, D., & Moeslein K.M (2018) Stakeholder engagement in intra-and inter-organizational innovation: Exploring antecedents of engagement in service ecosystems. Journal of Service Management 29(3): 399-421

Koskela-Huotari, K., Edvardsson, B., Jonas, J., Sörhammar, D., Witell, L., (2016) Innovation in Service Ecosystems – Breaking, Making and Maintaining institutional rules of resource integration. Journal of Business Research 69(8): 2964-2971

Röndell, G. J., Sörhammar, D. and Gidhagen, M. (2016) Co-governance in the Consumer Engagement Process: Facilitating Multi-beneficial Value Creation. Journal of Strategic Marketing 24(3-4): 327-345

Varey, R., Djavlonbek, K., and Sörhammar, D. (2016) The Phenomenon of Participation: From a part to win, to playing a part. Social Business 5(4): 343-360

Peters, L., Löbler, H., Brodie, R., Breidbach, C., Hollebeek, L., Smith, S., Sörhammar, D., Varey, R. (2014) Theorizing about resource integration through service-dominant logic, Marketing Theory, 14(3): 249-268

Kowalkowski, C., Persson Ridell, O., Röndell, G.J., and Sörhammar, D (2012) The co-creative practice of forming a value proposition, Journal of Marketing Management, 28(13-14): 1553-1570.

Gidhagen, M., Persson Ridell, O. and Sörhammar, D. (2011) The Orchestrating Firm: Value Creation in the Video Game Industry, Managing Service Quality, 21(4): 392-409.

Röndell, J. and Sörhammar, D. (2010) The Post-Industrialism/post-capitalism citizen: a heterogeneous actor in a complex exchange and value creating environment, Journal of Customer Behaviour, 9(4): 335-344.

Röndell, J. and Sorhammar, D. (2010) Functional identities, resource integrators and the service-dominant logic, Journal of Customer Behaviour, 9(1): 19-36.

Bookchapters

Jonas, J, Sörhammar, D. & Röndell. J. (2018) Extending Innovation – from Business Model Innovation to Innovation in Service Ecosystems. In (Eds.) Vargo, S & Lusch, R. The SAGE handbook of Service-Dominant Logic. Sage, pp. 655-673

Rondell, J., and Sörhammar, D. (2016) Extending the role of consumers: From marketing targets to participant in business networks. In (Eds.) Thilenius, P., Pahlberg, C. and Havila, V. Extending the business network approach – New territories, New technologies, New terms. Palgrave, McMillan, pp. 67-82

Persson Ridell, O., Rondell, J., and Sörhammar, D. (2012) How Open is Open Innovation, in (Ed.) Ågerfalk, P., et al. Managing Open Innovation Technologies Springer, Heidelberg, pp. 253-274

Doctoral thesis (monograph)

Consumer – Firm Business Network: The case of “Store” versus Internet (2008) Uppsala University

Last updated: February 6, 2019

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