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TRACK TOPIC:

BUSINESS  ECOSYSTEMS

  “Emerging Research and Opportunities ”

CHAIR:

Sergey Yablonsky 
Associate Professor  Information Technologies in Management,
Graduate School of Management Saint-Petersburg State University, Russia.
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TRACK TOPIC DESCRIPTION:

The business ecosystem concept is of increasing significance in management, technology and innovation. This approach is based on the theory of organizational boundaries. The business ecosystems consisting of interdependent firms that form  interdependent relationships to create and deliver  products and services. The platform ecosystem could generate unlimited innovation with outside complementors and various consumers. Within the business ecosystem perspective, we highlight the platform and multi-actor social network management.

 This track seeks to receive submissions of papers related to business ecosystems. We welcome research using different data and methodologies, such as econometrics, field or laboratory experimentation, analytical model, field surveys, qualitative analyses, or grounded theory approaches.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  • Business models and ecosystems

  • Digital platforms and markets      

  • Innovation platforms

  • Gig economy platforms

  • Sharing platforms (Uber/Lyft/Airbnb etc.)

  • Crowdsourcing platforms Crowdfunding platforms Social platforms

  • Talent platforms

  • Local labor platforms (Thumbtack/Task Rabbit etc.)

  • Online labor markets (Freelancer/Upwork/Guru/MTurk etc.)

  • Online communities

  • User-generated content

  • Social influence

  • Value co-creation

  • Ecosystem, crowdfunding success factors