This issue of the Nordic Journal of Business includes three peer-reviewed articles. The first article by Saara Julkunen (University of Eastern Finland), Jonna Koponen (University of Eastern Finland), and David Nickell (University of West Georgia) examines how value is created from a customer relationship perspective when the seller employs both digital and in-person communications during the solution selling process. In the second article, John Paul Broussard (University of Oklahoma) and Mika Vaihekoski (University of Turku) investigate the price differences between the voting and limited-voting share classes in the Finnish stock market. The third article by Juha Mäki (University of Vaasa) focuses on the role of external investment property appraisers and Big-4 auditors in reducing information asymmetries in the real estate industry.
I hope you enjoy reading the interesting contributions featured in this issue of the Nordic Journal of Business.
Nordic Journal of Business
Saara Julkunen, Jonna Koponen and David Nickell – Understanding Value Creation through Digital and In-Person Communication in Solution Selling Process
John Paul Broussard and Mika Vaihekoski – Time-Variation of Dual-Class Premia
You can read the entire issue as PDF here.