Author Archives: Florian Lüdeke-Freund
A new feature of the NBM@Halmstad 2021 conference is to offer a pre-conference, half-day doctoral workshop! The doctoral workshop is intended for students who work on new business models-related topics and are at different stages in their PhD studies process.
We hear and use it quite often: ‘sustainable value creation’. But we still struggle to define and apply it. Our latest Journal of Business Models article discusses the What, the Who, and the How of sustainable value creation.
6th International Conference on New Business Models – Deadline Extension 14th February 2021 – Special Issues
We are happy to announce that many have already registered for NBM@Halmstad 2021! However, due to several requests, we would like to offer an extension for submissions until 14th February 2021.
Organizations have an impact on sustainability! Do you have a paper (idea) with impact? Submit to our NBM Conference track “Exploring Organizational Impact” – Until 31st January 2021!
The 6th International Conference on New Business Models calls for papers (short/full). This year’s conference theme is “New Business Models in a Decade of Action: Sustainable, Evidence-based, Impactful”.
Special Issue Workshop – Journal of Cleaner Production – “Assessing and Forecasting the Sustainability Impact of New Ventures”
Submit your 3,000-word short papers to our online special issue workshop on “Assessing and Forecasting the Sustainability Impact of New Ventures”. Deadline for workshop submissions is March 31, 2021.
Call for Papers: “Assessing and Forecasting the Sustainability Impact of New Ventures” – Special Issue of Journal of Cleaner Production – Deadline August 31, 2021
We invite scholars to contribute to a better understanding of how past, present, and potential future sustainability impacts of new ventures can be properly assessed.
Papers in Brief (XXX): Bohnsack, Ciulli & Kolk (2020): The role of business models in firm internationalization – An exploration of European electricity firms in the context of the energy transition
What is the role of business models in firm internationalization in the context of the energy transition? A new study presents a novel framework.
Can Sustainability-Driven Business Model Design Support the Transition to a More Resilient and Sustainable Post-Crisis Economy? New White Paper
Business model innovation and business model patterns, combined with sustainability paradigms such as degrowth, are introduced as promising contributions to a toolbox for a post-crisis economy.
Open Position: Associate/Assistant Professor in Sustainability Management, ESCP Business School, Paris Campus, Deadline January 31, 2021
ESCP Business School’s Paris campus is looking for a candidate with a genuine interest and track record in Sustainability Management who will actively contribute to teaching and research in this area.