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Jon Bingen Sande

Førsteamanuensis - Institutt for markedsføring

Biografi

Sande received his PhD from the Norwegian University of Life Sciences (UMB), department of Natural Resource Management, in 2008. As part of his PhD-studies at UMB he spent two years on leave from UMB following the PhD-program at the Norwegian School of Economics and Business Administration and cooperating with colleagues and a supervisor there. His dissertation dealt with the development and use of common ground in industrial buyer supplier relationships. Common ground is the knowledge that people share and know that they share, and is important for efficient communication and coordination. Before doing his PhD he worked as an assistant at the Department of Natural Resource Management and UMB. Before working at UMB he worked as a fellow at the World Forest Institute in Portland Oregon, conducting a project on the globalization of the global forest industry.

Since 2008 Sande has worked as associate professor in the Department of Marketing at BI Norwegian Business School, teaching international marketing, business-to-business marketing.


Research areas
Sandes research deals with how firms and other organization can organize their external inter-organizational transactions and relations, for example industrial procurement or distribution channels. Actors in such relationships face a number of challenges, arising from both conflicts of interests and the uncertainty of the environment, and they must make important decisions relating to, for example, how they should design their contracts or develop relational norms and trust, or the extent to which they should invest time and money in given relationships.

Sandes approach to this topic follows in general the logic of organizational economics, with transaction cost economics, agency theory, and property rights theory, as well as relational exchange theory. These theories emphasize that parties to relationships are often motivated create values together, but the costs of transacting may make it difficult. These costs involve both contract negotiation and enforcement costs, monitoring costs, costs of maladaptations when the environment changes, and costs of renegotiations. These costs make it important to organize relationships in such a way (for example by designing contracts, incentive systems, ownernship, investments and relational norms) that the transaction costs are minimized and, hence, values maximized.

Teaching areas

Bachelor-level:
MRK 2033 International markedsføring.
EXC 3602 International marketing.

Master-level:
GRA 6436 Business-to-business relationship management.
GRA6430 International contract negotiations (module on economic theories of contract).

Publikasjoner

Sande, Jon Bingen & Ghosh, Mrinal (2018)

Endogeneity in survey research

International Journal of Research in Marketing, 35(2), s. 185- 204. Doi: 10.1016/j.ijresmar.2018.01.005

Endogeneity is a crucial problem in survey-based empirical research on marketing strategy (MS) and inter-organizational relationships (IORs); if not addressed, it can cause researchers to arrive at flawed conclusions and to offer poor advice to practitioners. Although the field is increasingly cognizant of endogeneity-related issues, many authors fail to properly address it, particularly in survey-based research. Emphasizing the role of essential heterogeneity, this article develops an overarching framework to help improve the understanding of endogeneity problems and how to tackle them when researchers use cross-sectional survey-based data. The authors provide explanations of and advice for how MS and IOR researchers can address six “painful” and sometimes hidden decisions: 1) Do you have an endogeneity problem? 2) What technique/estimator is appropriate? 3) What instrumental variables (IVs) should be chosen? 4) How should IVs be evaluated empirically? 5) How should the results be interpreted and evaluated? and 6) What results should you report? The authors provide a practical flowchart to guide researchers in their efforts to address endogeneity-related concerns.

Korhonen-Sande, Silja & Sande, Jon Bingen (2016)

Improving customer knowledge transfer in industrial firms: how does previous work experience influence the effect of reward systems?

The journal of business & industrial marketing, 31(2), s. 232- 246. Doi: 10.1108/JBIM-03-2014-0048

Sande, Jon Bingen & Haugland, Sven Arne (2015)

Strategic performance effects of misaligned formal contracting: The mediating role of relational contracting

International Journal of Research in Marketing, 32(2), s. 187- 194. Doi: 10.1016/j.ijresmar.2015.02.002

Korhonen-Sande, Silja & Sande, Jon Bingen (2014)

Getting the most out of cross-functional cooperation: Internal structural change as a trigger for customer information use

Industrial Marketing Management, 43(8), s. 1394- 1406. Doi: 10.1016/j.indmarman.2014.06.012

Sande, Jon Bingen & Ghosh, Mrinal (2010)

Dealing With Endogeneity In Inter-Organizational And Marketing Strategy Research: A Review

Proceedings - EMAC

Korhonen-Sande, Silja & Sande, Jon Bingen (2010)

Reward systems for multiknowledge individuals: improving non-marketing managers? use of customer information

Proceedings - EMAC, 39

Svendsen, Mons Freng; Haugland, Sven A., Haugland, Sven A. & Sande, Jon Bingen (2009)

Transaction cost, strategic positioning, and institutional determinants of relationship governance in international business-to-business relationship

Proceedings - EMAC, 38

Nyrud, Anders Qvale; Roos, Anders & Sande, Jon Bingen (2008)

Residential bioenergy heating: A study of consumer perceptions of improved woodstoves

Energy Policy, 36(8), s. 3169- 3176. Doi: 10.1016/j.enpol.2008.04.019

Consumers' choices play a key role for the development of biomass heating in the residential sector. The city of Oslo has granted subsidies to households who change to new, improved low-emission woodstoves. The purpose of this study is to expand the knowledge about users' experiences and attitudes to residential biomass heating. An adapted model of the Theory of Planned Behavior was used to model households' inclination to continue using their woodstoves for heating. More than 800 questionnaires were collected from households that recently had invested in an improved woodstove. The respondents were satisfied with the new woodstoves. The respondents also considered themselves competent to use and maintain the stove and few had problems acquiring fuelwood. Further analyses showed that the intention to continue to use the new woodstove depends on economic benefits, heating performance, perceived time and effort to operate the stove, environmental effects of heating as well as perceived subjective norm. The results imply that when marketing a modern technology for bioenergy heating, both public authorities and producers should consider issues related to the users' perception of subjective norm, such as perceived status of using bioenergy or environmental concerns, when designing campaigns to promote the use of woodstoves. (C) 2008 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

Sande, Jon Bingen & Nyrud, Anders Qvale (2008)

Consumer preferences for wood surfaces - a latent variable approach

Scandinavian Forest Economics, 42, s. 195- 215.

Sande, Jon Bingen (2007)

Governance of supplier-customer relations: an empirical review

Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Forstwesen = Swiss Forestry Journal, 158(12), s. 406- 416. Doi: 10.3188/szf.2007.0406

The forest industry is riddled with marketing exchange relationships. The parties to exchanges may have diverging goals and interests, but still depend upon each other due to non-redeployable specific assets. Formal and relational contracts may be used to deal with the resulting cooperation problems. This paper proposes a framework based on transaction cost economics and relational exchange theory, and examines to what extent empirical research has found formal and relational contracts to deal with three different governance problems. To that end, I review the results from 3 studies in a range of settings. These studies generally support the view that exchanges characterized by high degrees of specific assets should be supported by formal and relational contracts.

Baudin, Anders; Eliasson, Lars, Gustafsson, Åsa, Hagström, Lina, Helstad, Klara, Nyrud, Anders Qvale, Sande, Jon Bingen, Haartveit, Erlend Y. & Ziethén, Rune (2005)

ICT and the Wood Industry

Hetemäki, Lauri & Nilsson, Sten (red.). Information Technology and the Forest Sector

Nyrud, Anders Qvale; Michie, Bruce & Sande, Jon Bingen (2004)

Investigating globalization: The case of forest products markets

Scandinavian Forest Economics, 40, s. 315- 326.

Farbrot, Audun; Korhonen-Sande, Silja & Sande, Jon Bingen (2015)

Lytter mer til kunden i urolige tider

forskning.no [Internett]

Jakobsen, Roar; Haugland, Sven Arne, Sande, Jon Bingen & Hvidsten, Oddgeir (2014)

Hindrer privatisering

Dagens næringsliv [Kronikk]

Jensen, Henrik & Sande, Jon Bingen (2018)

The Importance of Business-to-Government Contracts and Why They Often Fail (To Meet Expectations)

[Academic lecture]. ISBM Academic Conference 2018 Advances in Business-to-Business Marketing.

Sande, Jon Bingen; Korhonen-Sande, Silja & Haugland, Sven Arne (2018)

Deploying Market Price Governance and Relational Norms for Improving Cost Reduction Outcomes in Buyer-Supplier Exchanges

[Academic lecture]. ISBM Academic Conference 2018 Advances in Business-to-Business Marketing.

Sande, Jon Bingen; Korhonen-Sande, Silja & Haugland, Sven Arne (2018)

Deploying Price Governance and Relational Norms for Improving Cost Reduction Outcomes in Buyer-supplier Exchanges

[Academic lecture]. Strategic Management Society Oslo Conference.

Sande, Jon Bingen; Wathne, Kenneth Henning & Ghosh, Mrinal (2017)

Microfoundations of Value Creation and Relational Contracting in B2B Relationships: the Role Cross-understanding

[Academic lecture]. SIOE 2017 (Society for institutional & organizational economics).

Sande, Jon Bingen; Wathne, Kenneth Henning & Ghosh, Mrinal (2017)

Microfoundations of value creation and relational contracting in B2B relationships: The role of cross-understanding

[Academic lecture]. Nordic Workshop on Interorganizational Research.

Korhonen-Sande, Silja; Sande, Jon Bingen & Haugland, Sven Arne (2017)

The joint effect of shared organizational knowledge and purchasing centralization on buyer's cost reduction outcomes and innovativeness

[Academic lecture]. EMAC 2017 Conference.

Korhonen-Sande, Silja; Sande, Jon Bingen & Haugland, Sven Arne (2017)

Being effectively efficient in mature industries - How do price governance and relational norms influence cost reduction and innovation outcomes?

[Academic lecture]. 23rd Nordic Workshop in Interorganisational Studies.

Sande, Jon Bingen; Wathne, Kenneth Henning & Ghosh, Mrinal (2016)

The Micro-Foundations of Value Creation in B2B Relationships: The Role of Cross-Understanding

[Academic lecture]. ISBM Academic Conference 2016: Advances in Business-to-Business Marketing.

Sande, Jon Bingen; Wathne, Kenneth Henning & Ghosh, Mrinal (2016)

Does interorganizational cross-understanding matter in buyer-supplier relationships?

[Academic lecture]. EMAC.

Biong, Harald; Nes, Erik Bertin & Sande, Jon Bingen (2016)

Markedsføring på bedriftsmarkedet 4. utgave

[Textbook]. Universitetsforlaget.

Sande, Jon Bingen (2013)

The second-generation empirical research on transaction cost economics – A review of the approaches

[Academic lecture]. Johan Arndt-konferansen.

Korhonen-Sande, Silja & Sande, Jon Bingen (2013)

REWARD SYSTEMS AND NORMS FOR CUSTOMER KNOWLEDGE TRANSFER: THE MODERATING ROLE OF PREVIOUS WORK EXPERIENCE

[Academic lecture]. EURAM-conference.

Jakobsen, Roar; Sande, Jon Bingen & Haugland, Sven Arne (2013)

Service procurement in public sector: The influence of the institutional context on the decision makers' attentiveness to transaction cost considerations

[Academic lecture]. 17th Annual Conference of the International Society for New Institutional Economics.

Jakobsen, Roar; Sande, Jon Bingen & Haugland, Sven Arne (2013)

Service procurement in service sector: The influence of the institutional context on the decision makers' attentiveness to transaction cost considerations

[Academic lecture]. International Conference "Contracts, Procurements, and Public-Private Arrangements".

Sande, Jon Bingen & Wathne, Kenneth Henning (2012)

Measuring relational norms as higher-order belief structures

[Academic lecture]. Johan Arndt Konferansen.

Sande, Jon Bingen & Haugland, Sven A (2012)

Antecedents and performance implications of misaligned formal contracting in industrial buyer-supplier relationships

[Academic lecture]. 2012 ISBM Biennial Academic Conference.

Sande, Jon Bingen & Haugland, Sven Arne (2012)

The consequences of misaligned formal contracting for relational contracting

[Academic lecture]. 34th ISMS Marketing Science Conference.

Sande, Jon Bingen & Haugland, Sven A (2010)

Detailed contract drafting in industrial buyer-supplier relationships: consequences of misaligned governance

[Academic lecture]. Johan Arndt Konferansen.

Sande, Jon Bingen & Haugland, Sven A (2010)

Detailed contract drafting in industrial buyer-supplier relationships: consequences of misaligned governance

[Academic lecture]. International Society for New Institutional Economics Conference.

Sande, Jon Bingen & Hauglan, Sven A. (2009)

A knowledge-based view of relational norms – what is the role of common knowledge in shaping relational norms?

[Academic lecture]. Johan Arndt Conference.

Sande, Jon Bingen & Korhonen-Sande, Silja (2009)

Customer information use by non-marketing managers: the impact of high structural flux and resource inadequacy

[Academic lecture]. EMAC (European Marketing Academy) conference 2009.

Sande, Jon Bingen (2008)

The Role of Common Knowledge in Buyer-Supplier Relationships

[Academic lecture]. ISNIE 2008. The International Society for New Institutional Economics 13th Annual Conference.

Sande, Jon Bingen; Haugland, Sven A. & Haugland, Sven A. (2008)

Common knowledge in buyer-supplier relationships and its moderating effect on the relationship between environmental uncertainty and relational contracts

[Academic lecture]. FIBE 2008.

Sande, Jon Bingen; Haugland, Sven A. & Haugland, Sven A. (2008)

Common knowledge in buyer-supplier relationships and its moderating effect on the relationship between environmental uncertainty and relational contracts

[Academic lecture]. 2008 AMS Annual Conference.

Sande, Jon Bingen; Haugland, Sven A. & Haugland, Sven A. (2007)

The role of common knowledge in governing buyer-supplier relationships

[Academic lecture]. The 17th Nordic Workshop of Inter-organizational Research.

Common knowledge, the knowledge that people share and know that they share, has re-ceived little attention in research on buyer-supplier relationships. We develop in this study a theoretical model linking common knowledge in buyer-supplier relationships to key relation-ship variables such as specific assets, formal and relational contracts, and relationship out-comes. The model is tested on a sample of relationships within the Scandinavian wood in-dustry. Common knowledge was found to be important for achieving relationship outcomes, and strongly impacted relational contracts. We also found that formal contracts serve an im-portant role in developing common knowledge in relationships.

Sande, Jon Bingen; Haugland, Sven A. & Haugland, Sven A. (2007)

The role of common knowledge in governing buyer-supplier relationships

[Academic lecture]. The 36th European Academy of Marketing Conference.

Common knowledge, the knowledge that people share and know that they share, has received little attention in research on buyer-supplier relationships. We develop in this study a theoretical model linking common knowledge in buyer-supplier relationships to key relationship variables such as specific assets, formal and relational contracts, and relationship outcomes. The model is tested on a sample of relationships within the Scandinavian wood industry. Common knowledge was found to be important for achieving relationship outcomes, and strongly impacted relational contracts. We also found that formal contracts serve an important role in developing common knowledge in relationships.

Sande, Jon Bingen (2006)

Gjensidig kunnskap i leverandør-kunde relasjoner ? implikasjoner for strategi, styring og prestasjoner

[Academic lecture]. Stipendiatsamling for skog- og tre-stipendiater.

Sande, Jon Bingen (2006)

Governance of supplier-customer relationships in the forest industry

[Academic lecture]. 3rd Swiss Seminar on Forest Economics.

Sande, Jon Bingen (2005)

When should a forest industry company own forest?

[Academic lecture]. International Perspectives on Forestry.

Akademisk grad
År Akademisk institusjon Grad
2008 Norwegian University of Life Sciences Ph.D.
2000 Norwegian Univeristy of Life Sciences Master of Science
Arbeidserfaring
År Arbeidsgiver Tittel
2008 - Present BI Norwegian Business School Associate Professor
2004 - 2008 Norwegian University of Life Sciences PhD Candidate
2002 - 2004 Norwegian University of Life Sciences Researcher
2000 - 2001 World Forest Institute Fellow
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