Aino Halinen-Kaila
D.Sc (Econ & Bus.Adm.); Vice-Dean (Varadekaani)

Professor, Marketing (Department of Marketing and International Business)

aihaka@utu.fi
+358 29 450 2184
+358 40 589 8891

Rehtorinpellonkatu 3
Turku





Areas of expertise
Business-to-business marketing, Dynamics of business networks, Customer relationship management, Professional services marketing, Process research methodology

Biography

Aino is Professor of Marketing since 1999 and currently a Vice-Dean of Turku School of Economics, responsible for research and doctoral education. She received her PhD in Marketing in 1995, and has since served in various academic positions at TSE and as an associate professor at Helsinki School of Economics.  Her earlier studies have been published in international books and acknowledged journals including Journal of Management Studies, Journal of Business Research, Industrial Marketing Management and Journal of Service Management.

Since the early 1990’s Aino has been an active member in various national and international research networks (IMP-Group, ValueNet Consortium, and Nordic networks on Relationship Dynamics NorD, and Interorganizational Research). She currently sits on a number of editorial boards (IMM, JBIM) and has shortly visited Stanford University (SCANCOR), Manchester Business School, and Robinson College at Georgia State University. Aino’s current duties focus on research administation and development, supervising doctoral candidates and scientific expert tasks. She is also a board member at A-Klinikka Oy, a private company offering social services for substance abusers. While out of office, her three sons, a cappella singing and a large garden keep her busy.



Research

Current research topics:
Visioning and prospective sensemaking in business networks
Process research methdology
Ethics and fairness in industrial marketing
B2B research paradigms

On-going research projects:
D4V Design for Value - project, funded by TEKES and private companies, 2016–2018
in collaboration with CCR and other disciplines.
Follow the Pig: A business perspective to antibiotics and the meat production ecosystem, 2018-  in collaboration with business scholars from three Nordic universities: University of Southern Denmark, Uppsala University ja BI Norwegian Business School. Funded by NOS-SH.



Teaching
Post-graduate courses on Academic Writing, B2B Marketing and
Marketing Theory. Master's Thesis and Doctoral Thesis supervision.




Publications
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Moving beyond ethical decision-making: a practice-based view to study unethical sales behavior (2019)
Journal of Personal Selling and Sales Management
Ameer Irfan, Halinen Aino
(
A1 Journal article – refereed)

IMP thinking and IMM: Co-creating value for business marketing (2018)
Industrial Marketing Management
Kristian Möller, Aino Halinen
(
A1 Journal article – refereed)

Interactive Network Branding: Creating corporate identity and reputation through interpersonal interaction (2018) Nikolina Koporcic, Aino Halinen
(
A1 Journal article – refereed)

Paradigmasta paremmaksi: B2B-koulukuntien kehitys ja vuorovaikutteinen rinnakkaiselo (2018) Miten menee, markkinointitiede? : professori Rami Olkkosen juhlakirja Aino Halinen-Kaila, Kristian Möller
(
B2 Book chapter)

Dimensions of space in business network research (2017)
Industrial Marketing Management
Jan-åke Törnroos, Aino Halinen, Christopher J. Medlin
(
A1 Journal article – refereed)

Managing business and innovation networks — From strategic nets to business fields and ecosystems (2017)
Industrial Marketing Management
Kristian Moller, Aino Halinen
(
A1 Journal article – refereed)

Customer participation management: Developing a comprehensive framework and a research agenda (2016)
Journal of Service Management
Mekhail Mustak, Elina Jaakkola, Aino Halinen, Valtteri Kaartemo
(
A1 Journal article – refereed)

Exploring Ethics in Business Networks: Propositions for Future Research (2016) Extending the Business Network Approach – New Territories, New Technologies, New Terms Aino Halinen, Päivi Jokela
(
A3 Book chapter)

How far can managers see? The role of visioning in network strategizing processes
(Esitys 32nd IMP Conferencesessa, 30.8.-3.9. 2016, Poznan Poland)
(2016) Proceedings of the 32nd IMP Conference, Pozdan, Poland, September 2016 Morten H. Abrahamsen, Aino Halinen, Pete Naudé
(
O2 Other)

Sustainability in B2B relationships – Focusing on economically responsible actions (2015) Organizing Sustainable BtoB Relationships- Designing in Changing Networks Jokela Päivi, Halinen Aino
(
O2 Other)

Accessing resources for service innovation - the critical role of network relationships (2014)
Journal of Service Management
Helena Rusanen, Aino Halinen, Elina Jaakkola
(
A1 Journal article – refereed)

Evolution of unethical practices in the sales environment – A macro story of pharmaceutical industry in Pakistan (2014) 30th Annual IMP Conference Ameer Irfan, Halinen Aino
(
A4 Article in conference proceedings)

Exploring Ethics in Business Networks: Propositions for Future Research (2014) 30th Annual IMP Conference Halinen Aino, Jokela Päivi
(
A4 Article in conference proceedings)

Unethical practices in the interactive sales environment: – A framework and agenda for future research. (2014) 47th Academy of Marketing Conference Ameer Irfan, Halinen Aino
(
A4 Article in conference proceedings)

A nordic perspective on relationship dynamics (2013) IMP2013 Proceedings Maria Holmlund, Annmarie Ryan, Jaana Tähtinen, Bo Edvardsson, Kjell Grønhaug, Aino Halinen, Debbie Harrison, Virpi Havila, Helena Renström, Asta Salmi, Tore Strandvik
(
A4 Article in conference proceedings)

Challenges of longitudinal field research in process studies on business networks (2013) Handbook of Longitudinal Research Methods in Organization and Business Studies Aino Halinen, Tuija Mainela
(
A3 Book chapter)


Last updated on 2019-22-05 at 02:17