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, 1-14, 2016
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
Adoption of behaviour: predicting success for major innovations
DJ Langley, N Pals, JR Ortt
European Journal of Innovation Management 8 (1), 56-78, 2005
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
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
Gamification for climate change engagement: review of corpus and future agenda
D Fernández Galeote, M Rajanen, D Rajanen, NZ Legaki, DJ Langley, ...
Environmental Research Letters 16 (6), 063004, 2021
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, 279-294, 2017
Digital product-service systems: The role of data in the transition to servitization business models
DJ Langley
Sustainability 14 (3), 1303, 2022
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 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
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
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
Should I get that jab? Exploring influence to encourage vaccination via online social media
DJ Langley, R Wijn, S Epskamp, R Van Bork
Social media enabled interactions in healthcare: towards a taxonomy
E Smailhodzic, A Boonstra, DJ Langley
Social science & medicine 291, 114469, 2021
Orchestrating a smart circular economy: Guiding principles for digital product passports
DJ Langley, E Rosco, M Angelopoulos, O Kamminga, C Hooijer
Journal of Business Research 169, 114259, 2023
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
Imitation analysis: Early prediction of the market demand for major innovations
DJ Langley, N Pals, JR Ortt, THA Bijmolt
European Journal of Innovation Management 12 (1), 5-24, 2009
Enhancing presence and context awareness in collaborative settings
H De Poot, J Kort, D Langley
eAdoption and the knowledge economy, issues, applications, case studies …, 2004
The ACMI adoption model: predicting the diffusion of innovation
RM Mooy, DJ Langley, J Klok
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