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Virpi Havila

professor at Department of Business Studies

Email:
Virpi.Havila[AT-sign]fek.uu.se
Telephone:
+4618-471 1615
Visiting address:
Ekonomikum, Kyrkogårdsg. 10, ingång C
Postal address:
Box 513
751 20 UPPSALA

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Biography

Virpi Havila is professor in business studies (especially marketing) at the Department of Business Studies, Uppsala University. Her research interests include mergers and acquisitions, management of project ending, and ending/reactivating business-to-business relationships.

 

Articles

Vedel, M., Holma, A. & Havila, V. (2016) "Conceptualizing Inter-organizational Triads", Industrial Marketing Management, 57, 139-147.

Havila, V., Medlin, C. & Salmi, A. (2013) ”Project-ending Competence in Premature Project Closures”, International Journal of Project Management, 31(1), 90-99.

Havila, V. & Medlin, C. (2012) “Ending-competence in Business Closure”, Industrial Marketing Management, 41(3), 413-420.

Havila, V., Johanson, J. & Thilenius, P. (2004) ”International Business-Relationship Triads”, International Marketing Review, 21(2), 172-186.

Tähtinen, J. & Havila, V. (2004) ”Enhancing Research in Exchange Relationship Dissolution”, Journal of Marketing Management, 20(9/10), 919-926.

Havila, V. & Wilkinson, I. (2002) ”The Principle of the Conservation of Business Relationship Energy: or many Kinds of New Beginnings”, Industrial Marketing Management, 31(3), 191-203.

Anderson, H., Havila, V. & Salmi, A. (2001) ”Can You Buy a Business Relationship? On the Importance of Customer and Supplier Relationships in Acquisitions”, Industrial Marketing Management, 30(7), 575-586.

Salmi, A., Havila, V. & Anderson, H. (2001) ”Acquisitions and Network Horizons: A Case Study in the Nordic Graphics Industry, Nordiske Organisasjonsstudier, 3(4), 61-83.

Havila, V. & Salmi, A. (2000) ”Spread of Change in Business Networks: An Empirical Study of Mergers and Acquisitions in the Graphic Industry”, Journal of Strategic Marketing, 8(2), 105-119.

Halinen, A, Salmi, A. & Havila, V. (1999) "From Dyadic Change to Changing Business Networks: An Analytical Framework", Journal of Management Studies, 36(6), 779-794.

Håkansson, H., Havila, V. & Pedersen, A.-C. (1999) ”Learning in Networks”, Industrial Marketing Management, 28(5), 443-452.

Anderson, H., Havila, V., Andersen, P. & Halinen, A. (1998) ”Position and Role – Conceptualizing Dynamics in Business Networks”, Scandinavian Journal of Management, 14(3), 167-186.   

 

Books

Thilenius, P., Pahlberg, C. & Havila, V. (eds.) (2016) Extending Business Network Approach - New Territories, New Technologies, New Terms, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Anderson, H., Havila, V. & Nilsson, F. (eds.) (2013) Mergers and Acquisitions – The Critical Role of Stakeholders, New York: Routledge.

Havila, V. & Salmi, A. (2009) Managing Project Ending, London: Routledge.

Havila, V., Forsgren, M. & Håkansson, H. (eds.) (2002) Critical Perspectives on Internationalisation, Oxford: Elsevier Science Ltd.

Havila, V. (1996) International Business-Relationship Triads. A Study of the Changing Role of the Intermediating Actor, doctoral dissertation, Uppsala University, Department of Business Studies. 

 

Book chapters

Gidhagen, M. & Havila, V. (2016) "From Business Remains to Reactivated Business Relationships", in Thilenius, P., Pahlberg, C. & Havila, V. (eds.) (2016) Extending Business Network Approach - New Territories, New Technologies, New Terms, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Anderson, H., Havila, V. & Nilsson, F. (2013) “A Stakeholder Approach to Mergers and Acquisitions”, in Anderson, H., Havila, V. & Nilsson, F. (eds.) (2013) Mergers and Acquisitions – The Critical Role of Stakeholders, New York: Routledge, 1-14.

Havila, V. & Salmi, A. (2002) ”Network Perspective on International Mergers and Acquisitions: What more do we see?” in Havila, V., Forsgren, M. & Håkansson, H. (eds.), Critical Perspectives on Internationalisation, Oxford: Elsevier Science Ltd, 457-472.

Havila, V. & Sandström, M. (1993) "International Business: Distribution Chains or Triadic Units?" in Cavusgil, S. & Sharma, D. (eds.), Advances in International Marketing, vol. 5, Greenwich, Connecticut: JAI Press Inc., 247-261.

 

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