Erik Alenius holds a M.Sc. degree in Economics and Business Administration with a major in Accounting and Financial Management from the SSE and was accepted as a PhD student in the fall of 2009.
His PhD project is about open book accounting effects in supplier networks. Erik performs a case study within the food retail business and look specifically on how the use of open book accounting in supplier relations effects procurement in the wider supplier network.
Erik is also affiliated to the SSE Center for Retailing in Norrtälje.
Accounting in Networks
Open Book Accounting
301 Ekonomisk analys och styrning
Various executive education programs at IFL
Alenius, E., Lind, J. & Strömsten, T. Direct and indirect effects of open book accounting in a supplier network: A case from the retail sector. Presented at the European Accounting Association Congress in Paris, May 2013.
Non Academic Reports
Alenius, E., Carlsson-Wall, M., Lind, J. & Strömsten, T. (2010), B2B customers’ processes and their cost structures as a source of offering innovation. Forestcluster Ldt, Finland.