|Appears in Collections:||Management, Work and Organisation Journal Articles|
|Peer Review Status:||Refereed|
|Title:||Future cities and self-organising value chains: The case of the independent music community in Seoul|
|Citation:||Burnes B & Choi H (2015) Future cities and self-organising value chains: The case of the independent music community in Seoul, Supply Chain Management, 20 (3), pp. 300-312.|
|Abstract:||Purpose – This article aims to explore the arguments that citizens of future cities will increasingly live in virtual communities as well as bricks and mortar ones, and that some previously physical supply chains will become virtual networks or communities. In examining these arguments, the article investigates the development of the independent music community in Seoul, South Korea. Design/methodology/approach – The research is based on a qualitative case study of music fans and independent record labels in Seoul. Findings – The article shows that independent music fans in Seoul have built a self-organising, fan-dominated, value co-creating community, which has replaced the old, music label-dominated, hierarchical supply chain. The community arose from the passion of fans and their engagement with social media, rather the intentions of city planners and supply-chain architects. Originality/value – The article shows that Seoul may be an exemplar of how future cities can and will develop, particularly in terms of the ability of people to use social media to develop and run their own virtual spaces and communities, which are tailored to the way they want to live their lives.|
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