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Christensen, Sverre August (2021)
Enterprise & Society Doi: 10.1017/eso.2020.66 - Fulltekst i vitenarkiv
This article examines the development of buyer-supplier relations in the telecom sector. The literature on telecoms in Scandinavia has been dominated by the narrative praising the trusting and collaborative relations between Telia, the Swedish public telephone operator (PTO), and Ericsson, the equipment supplier. The Norwegian PTO, Telenor, diverted from this path and was a pioneer in preferring competitive tenders and arm’s length relations with its suppliers starting in the 1970s. The article argues that Telenor’s history and nationality had a significant impact on its business strategy. In addition, the article examines why some business narratives persist while others remain unknown. One finding is that shareholder-friendly narratives have a handicap because they focus on self-interest and money, and not societal values.
Christensen, Sverre August (2020)
Scandinavian Economic History Review, s. 1- 18. Doi: 10.1080/03585522.2020.1759680 - Fulltekst i vitenarkiv
The first globalisation, in the decades around 1900, was propelled by free-standing companies. This article discusses the establishment of a Norwegian free-standing company in Russia in 1910. It was the culmination of an eastwards movement from the Norwegian forest industry that went through Sweden and Finland before reaching Russia. The article discusses who controlled the company, and how this changed over time. It makes two main contributions to the literature. Firstly, how a family network can solve some of the puzzles free-standing companies have posed to theories of international business, especially regarding the origins and internalisation of ownership advantages. Secondly, it shows that, although free-standing companies were important for the first global economy, they were also integral to the deglobalization that followed.
Ekberg, Espen; Christensen, Sverre August, Bergh, Trond & Myrvang, Christine (2017)
Christensen, Sverre August (2015)
Magma - Tidsskrift for økonomi og ledelse, 18(4), s. 75- 83.
Christensen, Sverre August (2014)
Ekberg, Espen; Lønnborg, Mikael & Myrvang, Christine (red.). Næringsliv og historie
Christensen, Sverre & Rinde, Harald (2009)
Christensen, Sverre (2003)
Christensen, Espeli, Larsen og Sogner (red): Kapitalistisk Demokrati? – Norsk næringslivshistorie gjennom 100 år
Christensen, Sverre & Sogner, Knut (2001)
Plankeadel. Kiær- og Solberg-familien under den 2. industrielle revolusjon
Christensen, Sverre August (2016)
[Academic lecture]. World Congress on Business History/Congress of the European Business History Association.
Benito, Gabriel R.G.; Christensen, Sverre, Lunnan, Randi & Tomassen, Sverre (2008)
[Report]. Handelshøyskolen BI.
Christensen, Sverre & Nilsen, Yngve (2006)
[Scientific book]. Dinamo forlag.
Christensen, Sverre; Espeli, Harald, Larsen, Eirinn & Sogner, Knut (2003)
[Scientific book]. Gyldendal Akademisk.
Christensen, Sverre A. (1999)
[Report]. Handelshøyskolen BI.
|2006||BI Norwegian Business School||Ph.D Dr. Oecon.|
|1997||University of Oslo||Master Cand. Philol.|
|1994||University of Oslo||Bachelor|
|2017 - Present||Lactosa AS||Chairman of Board|
|2010 - Present||BI Norwegian Business School||Associate Professor|
|2005 - 2009||BI Norwegian Business School||Researcher|
|2000 - 2004||BI Norwegian Business School||PhD Candidate|
|1997 - 1999||BI Norwegian Business School||Researcher|