Conference papers

Philipson, S. (2018). Bachelor and Master theses, bird or fish?. . [More information]
Philipson, S. (2018). Sources of Innovation - Revisited. . [More information]
Philipson, S. (2018). Well-grounded Theory–Pattern-finding in qualitative data : A 19 steps procedure of making data analyzable. . [More information]
Philipson, S. (2017). Value of Listed Companies; Abnormal Earnings and Innovativeness. Global and national business theories and practice: bridging the past with the future: EuroMed Press. P. 1342-1348. External link [More information]
Philipson, S. (2017). Value of listed companies: abnormal earnings and innovativeness. Global and natinoal business theories and practice : Bridging the past with the future: EUROMED PRESS. P. 1342-1348. [More information]
Philipson, S. (2016). When ASEA become ABB - the deconstruction of the myth of the "supremacy of the plants". Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Digital Ecosystems. P. 1474-1487. [More information]
Philipson, S. (2015). Entrepreneurial learning in higher education. . External link [More information]
Philipson, S., Johansson, J. & Schley, D. (2015). Global corporate governance : the maelstrom of increased complexity - is it possible to learn to ride the dragon?. 8th Annual Conference of the EuroMed Academy of Business : Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Value Chain in a Dynamic Environment: EuroMed Press. P. 1335-1349. External link [More information]
Philipson, S. (2015). The concept of bah – Limits of Knowledge Management Theory. . [More information]
Philipson, S. (2014). Entrepreneurial Learning in Higher Education. . [More information]
Philipson, S. (2014). Radical innovation of business model - is business modelling a key to understand the essence of doing business?. Future of Entrepreneurship: EuroMed Press. P. 1478-1491. [More information]
Philipson, S. & Philipson, J. (2013). From Budapest to Berlin – the role of reputation in the market economy<em></em>. . P. 1-17. [More information]
Philipson, S. (2013). Pattern-finding in qualitative data - a 17 steps procedure of making data analyzable. Confronting contemporary business challenges through management innovation. Marseille: Euromed Press (EMRBI). P. 1804-1820. External link [More information]
Philipson, S. (2012). Pattern-finding in qualitative data - a suggested method of making data analyzable. . P. 1-18. [More information]
Philipson, S. & Schley, D. (2012). The ethical dilemma of global corporate governance : the maelstrom of increased complexity : is it possible to learn to ride the dragon?. . P. 1-21. [More information]
Philipson, S. (2011). Hindsight on value – exchange value, use value, alienation, but not philia. . P. 1-21. [More information]
Philipson, S. (2011). Quantum Leaps - The Resource-Based View (RBV) and the School of Industrial Organisation (IO) Revisited. . P. 1-12. [More information]
Philipson, S. (2011). Sources of Innovation – Revisited. Proceedings from the International Conference “Economic &amp; Social Challenges 2011 : Vol. 1. Faculty of Economy, University of Tirana; Tirana, Albanien: Europrint. P. 36-43. [More information]
Philipson, S. (2010). Sources of innovation : Revisited. . [More information]
Philipson, S. & Wendel, E. (2009). Is customer involvement in product development driven by high product complexity and/or high production cost?. . P. 1-20. External link [More information]
Philipson, S. (2008). A Specification of an Environment for Modern Product Development. . P. 1-3. [More information]
Philipson, S. (2008). The Limits of Governance for Shareholder Capitalism. . P. 1-14. [More information]
Zineldin, M. & Philipson, S. (2007). Quality, Innovation &amp; Differentiation (QID) : A Case Study. . P. 1-14. [More information]
Zineldin, M. & Philipson, S. (2006). Back to the Future : the Era of Relationships. . External link [More information]
Philipson, S. (2006). Workers’ subsumption of the work process – a case study. . P. 1-14. [More information]
Philipson, S. (2005). Protecting the offering from unfair competition in the knowledge economy : Design management in virtual enterprises. . P. 1-20. [More information]
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