Prof. dr. ir. D.J. Langley
Prof. dr. ir. D.J. Langley
TNO Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research; University of Groningen
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Social media use in healthcare: A systematic review of effects on patients and on their relationship with healthcare professionals
E Smailhodzic, W Hooijsma, A Boonstra, DJ Langley
BMC health services research 16 (1), 1-14, 2016
Adoption of behaviour: predicting success for major innovations
DJ Langley, N Pals, JR Ortt
European Journal of Innovation Management, 2005
Three approaches to take the user perspective into account during new product design
N Pals, MGD Steen, DJ Langley, J Kort
International Journal of Innovation Management 12 (03), 275-294, 2008
The Cyclic Nature of Innovation: Connecting Hard Sciences with Soft Values: Volume 17
G Berkhout, P Van Der Duin, D Hartmann, R Ortt
Determinants of social contagion during new product adoption
DJ Langley, THA Bijmolt, JR Ortt, N Pals
Journal of Product Innovation Management 29 (4), 623-638, 2012
The Internet of Everything: Smart things and their impact on business models
DJ Langley, J van Doorn, ICL Ng, S Stieglitz, A Lazovik, A Boonstra
Journal of Business Research 122, 853-863, 2021
Exploring social media as a driver of sustainable behaviour: case analysis and policy implications
D Langley, T van den Broek
Internet politics and policy conference, 16-17, 2010
Patterns of herding and their occurrence in an online setting
DJ Langley, MC Hoeve, JR Ortt, N Pals, B van der Vecht
Journal of Interactive Marketing 28 (1), 16-25, 2014
Exploring the market for breakthrough technologies
JR Ortt, DJ Langley, N Pals
Technological Forecasting and Social Change 74 (9), 1788-1804, 2007
Dotcauses for sustainability: combining activism and entrepreneurship
TA Van den Broek, ML Ehrenhard, DJ Langley, AJ Groen
Journal of Public Affairs 12 (3), 214-223, 2012
The effect of online protests and firm responses on shareholder and consumer evaluation
T Van den Broek, D Langley, T Hornig
Journal of business ethics 146 (2), 279-294, 2017
Trajectories to reconcile sharing and commercialization in the maker movement
DJ Langley, M Zirngiebl, J Sbeih, B Devoldere
Business Horizons 60 (6), 783-794, 2017
Should I get that jab? Exploring influence to encourage vaccination via online social media
DJ Langley, R Wijn, S Epskamp, R Van Bork
Ten niche strategies to commercialize new high-tech products
JR Ortt, DJ Langley, N Pals
2013 International Conference on Engineering, Technology and Innovation (ICE …, 2013
Enhancing presence and context awareness in collaborative settings
H Poot, J Kort, DJ Langley
EChallenges 2004, 27-29, 2004
The ACMI adoption model: predicting the diffusion of innovation
RM Mooy, DJ Langley, J Klok
Imitation analysis: Early prediction of the market demand for major innovations
DJ Langley, N Pals, JR Ortt, THA Bijmolt
European Journal of Innovation Management, 2009
Social media enabled interactions in healthcare: towards a typology
E Smailhodzic, A Boonstra, D Langley
Analyzing discussions on Twitter: Case study on HPV vaccinations
R Kaptein, E Boertjes, D Langley
European Conference on Information Retrieval, 474-480, 2014
Social media disruptive change in healthcare: Responses of healthcare providers?
E Smailhodzic, A Boonstra, D Langley
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