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Coordination in slowly emerging service ecosystems: Construction history

Jan Bröchner (Institutionen för teknikens ekonomi och organisation, Service Management and Logistics)
European Review of Service Economics and Management (2495-991X). Vol. 2 (2016), 2, p. 17-41.
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The purpose here is to map long-term structural changes in construction ecosystems and to trace the historical forces leading to these changes. Input/output statistics reveal a growing importance of professional services for the construction industry. Ecosystem change appears as originating primarily with government customers, who are more able to effect institutional change. Over time, customers have retreated from coordinating multiple providers of increasingly specialized services.

Nyckelord: construction, procurement, services, ecosystems, coordination, history

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