Stine Haakonsson
Stine Haakonsson
Associate Professor, Copenhagen Business School
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The changing governance structures of the global pharmaceutical value chain
SJ Haakonsson
Competition & Change 13 (1), 75-95, 2009
TRIPs and public health: the Doha Declaration and Africa
SJ Haakonsson, LA Richey
Development policy review 25 (1), 71-90, 2007
Africa and the WTO Doha Round: an overview
MF Jensen, P Gibbon
Development Policy Review 25 (1), 5-24, 2007
A co-evolutionary perspective on the drivers of international sourcing of pharmaceutical R&D to India
SJ Haakonsson, PDŲ Jensen, SM Mudambi
Journal of Economic Geography 13 (4), 677-700, 2013
‘Learning by importing’in global value chains: upgrading and South–South strategies in the Ugandan pharmaceutical industry
SJ Haakonsson
Development Southern Africa 26 (3), 499-516, 2009
Internationalisation of R&D: New insights into multinational enterprises' R&D strategies in emerging markets
SJ Haakonsson, V Ujjual
management revue, 101-122, 2015
Access to ARV treatment: Aid, trade and governance in Uganda
LA Richey, S Jessen Haakonsson
DIIS Working Paper, 2004
Technology transmission across national innovation systems: The role of Danish suppliers in upgrading the wind energy industry in China
SJ Haakonsson, D Slepniov
The European Journal of Development Research 30 (3), 462-480, 2018
Configuration of technology networks in the wind turbine industry. A comparative study of technology management models in European and Chinese lead firms
SJ Haakonsson, JK Kirkegaard
International Journal of Technology Management 70 (4), 281-299, 2016
Offshoring of innovation: Global innovation networks in the Danish biotech industry
S Haakonsson
The offshoring challenge, 303-323, 2013
Offshoring of innovation: Global innovation networks in the Danish biotech industry
S Haakonsson
The offshoring challenge, 303-323, 2013
The globalization of innovation in the Danish food industry: Exploitation and exploration of emerging markets
SJ Haakonsson
Innovation and Development 2 (2), 230-247, 2012
How does ‘linking up with global buyers’ impact the prospects for upgrading in pharmaceuticals? The case of India
SJ Haakonsson
Transnational Corporations and Development Policy, 274-301, 2009
The decomposition of innovation in Europe and China’s catch-up in wind power technology: the role of KIBS
S Haakonsson, JK Kirkegaard, R Lema
European Planning Studies 28 (11), 2174-2192, 2020
Corporate Scramble for Africa? Towards a postcolonial framework for transglocal development governance
J Gammelgaard, S Haakonsson, SN Just
Organization Studies 41 (9), 1213-1233, 2020
Understanding innovation spaces through emerging multinational enterprises in China: an explorative case study of a Chinese wind turbine manufacturer
D Slepniov, AH Lassen, SJ Haakonsson, M McKelvey
Innovation Spaces in Asia, 2015
Global Innovation Networks: Evidence and Policy Challenges
S Borrįs, SJ Haakonsson
European Commission, 2012
European Firms“ Reasons for Taking Part in Global Innovation Networks
S Borrįs, SJ Haakonsson
European Commission, 2010
Catching up through green windows of opportunity in an era of technological transformation: Empirical evidence from the Chinese wind energy sector
Y Dai, S Haakonsson, L Oehler
Industrial and Corporate Change 29 (5), 1277-1295, 2020
The ‘Globalization’or ‘Internationalization’of Danish Large Companies
G Thompson, LB Kaspersen, S Haakonsson
International Center for Business and Politics: Copenhagen Business School, 2008
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