Cross-border digital business models

Supervisors: Prof. Juha Väätänen (LUT) and Prof. Anne-Laure Mention (RMIT)

Option 1 International expansion of digital platforms

Project: Digital service platforms are expanding globally and disrupting traditional industries and markets. Digital platforms are multi-sided markets that enter new geographical markets with well-established business models to create local networks for supply and demand. The aim of this project is to investigate how they decide on and enter new geographical markets and which competitive advantages they possess for international expansion.

 

Option 2 Local market adaptation of digital business

Project: Digital businesses such as platforms have very established business models. They have faced several challenges in expansion to new geographical markets. The largest challenges have been with local institutional frameworks (laws, regulations, norms etc.). The aim of this project is to investigate whether and how digital platforms adapt to local markets, institutional frameworks, and how they manage local stakeholder relations.

 

Option 3 Sustainable digital business models

Project: Sustainable business models are expected by definition to create, deliver and capture value without depleting natural, economic or social capital. How would these principles be adapted into digital businesses such as digital platforms? The aim of this project is to investigate whether sustainable business models in the global digital economy are viable and how they could be implemented.

 

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Reference

LUT-DC1

Research Areas

International Business, Business Management, Marketing, Supply Chain and Logistics

Research Host

Lappeenranta – Lahti University of Technology (LUT)

PhD awarding institution/s

Lappeenranta – Lahti University of Technology (LUT) & RMIT University

RMIT University

Other Vacancies

Supervisors

Prof. Tor Helge Aas (UiA) and Prof. Anne-Laure Mention (RMIT)

PhD awarding institution/s

University of Agder (UiA) & RMIT University

Supervisors

Prof. Tor Helge Aas (UiA) and Prof. Anne-Laure Mention (RMIT)

PhD awarding institution/s

University of Agder (UiA) & RMIT University

Supervisors

Prof. Mikko Pynnönen (LUT) and Prof. Anne-Laure Mention (RMIT) Juha Kauppinen (Mikkeli Development, Miksei Ltd)

PhD awarding institution/s

Lappeenranta – Lahti University of Technology (LUT) & RMIT University

RMIT and many of the REDI partners are HSR4R certified
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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 101034328.

Results reflect the author’s view only. The European Commission is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information it contains