This issue of the Nordic Journal of Business contains three peer-reviewed research articles. In the first article, Sophie Nachemson-Ekwall (Stockholm School of Economics) analyzes the role of domestic institutional investors on the corporate governance of Swedish firms. The second article by Chunyan Xie (Western Norway University of Applied Sciences) and Kjell Grønhaug (Norwegian School of Economics) examines how variations in consumption situations and cultural settings impact decision making in food presumption. Finally, in the third article, Henrik Virtanen (Hanken School of Economics) and Åsa Hagberg-Andersson (The Finnish-Swedish Chamber of Commerce) focus on the cooperation and organization of Finnish export partner groups.
I hope you enjoy reading the contributions featured in this issue of the Nordic Journal of Business.
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Leveraging on Home Bias: Large Stakes and Long-Termism by Swedish Institutional Investors
The Impact of Consumption Situations and Culture Differences on Decision Making in Food Prosumption
Chunyan Xie and Kjell Grønhaug
Organizing for Success: Finnish Export Partner Groups in Focus
Henrik Virtanen and Åsa Hagberg-Andersson