Bastiaan Baccarne
Bastiaan Baccarne
Researcher at imec- MICT - Ghent University & Design.Nexus
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Smart ideas for smart cities: Investigating crowdsourcing for generating and selecting ideas for ICT innovation in a city context
D Schuurman, B Baccarne, L De Marez, P Mechant
Journal of theoretical and applied electronic commerce research 7 (3), 49-62, 2012
Urban socio-technical innovations with and by citizens
B Baccarne, P Mechant, D Schuurman, P Colpaert, L De Marez
Interdisciplinary Studies Journal 3 (4), 143-156, 2014
Empowered cities? An analysis of the structure and generated value of the smart city Ghent
B Baccarne, P Mechant, D Schuurman
Smart city: How to create public and economic value with high technology in …, 2014
Governing quintuple helix innovation: urban living labs and socio-ecological entrepreneurship
B Baccarne, S Logghe, D Schuurman, L De Marez
Technology Innovation Management Review 6 (3), 22-30, 2016
Living Labs as open innovation systems for knowledge exchange: solutions for sustainable innovation development
D Schuurman, B Baccarne, LD Marez, C Veeckman, P Ballon
International Journal of Business Innovation and Research 10 (2-3), 322-340, 2016
The television struggle: an assessment of over-the-top television evolutions in a cable dominant market
B Baccarne, T Evens, D Schuurman
Communications & strategies, 43-61, 2013
The role of urban living labs in a smart city
B Baccarne, D Schuurman, P Mechant, L De Marez
XXV ISPIM Innovation Conference, 2014
The city as an experimental environment: the identification, selection, and activation of distributed knowledge in regional open innovation ecosystems
B Robaeyst, B Baccarne, W Duthoo, D Schuurman
Sustainability 13 (12), 6954, 2021
Teenage sexting on the rise? Results of a cohort study using a weighted sample of adolescents
J Van Ouytsel, M Walrave, L De Marez, K Van Damme, R De Wolf, ...
Sexual Health 17 (2), 178-181, 2020
Transitioning to energy efficient housing: Drivers and barriers of intermediaries in heat pump technology
R Decuypere, B Robaeyst, L Hudders, B Baccarne, D Van de Sompel
Energy policy 161, 112709, 2022
Living labs as quasi-experiments: results from the Flemish LeYLab
D Schuurman, B Baccarne, F Kawsar, C Seys, C Veeckman, L De Marez, ...
ISPIM Conference Proceedings, 1, 2013
Disentangling social support mobilization via online neighborhood networks
J De Meulenaere, B Baccarne, C Courtois, K Ponnet
Journal of Community Psychology 49 (2), 481-498, 2021
Why collaborate in long-term innovation research? An exploration of user motivations in Living Labs
B Baccarne, S Logghe, C Veeckman, D Schuurman
4th ENoLL Living Lab Summer School 2013, 2013
An exploration of user motivations for participation in Living Labs
S Logghe, B Baccarne, D Schuurman
ISPIM Conference Proceedings, 1, 2014
Understanding civic crowdfunding as a mechanism for leveraging civic engagement and urban innovation
B Baccarne, T Evens, L De Marez
Technology Innovation Management Review 10 (5), 51-66, 2020
Co-creation in living labs: exploring the role of user characteristics on innovation contribution
D Schuurman, L Coorevits, S Logghe, K Vandenbroucke, A Georges, ...
International Journal of Services Sciences 5 (3-4), 199-219, 2015
Drivers for end-users' collaboration in participatory innovation development and living lab processes
B Lievens, B Baccarne, C Veeckman, S Logghe, D Schuurman
17th ACM Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (CSCW-2014), 2014
Exploring hackathons: Civic vs. product innovation hackathons
B Baccarne, M Van Compernolle, P Mechant
i3 Conference 2015: Participating in innovation, innovating in participation, 2015
Open innovation: A typology of user involvement in the context of the web 2.0-paradigm
D Schuurman, B Baccarne, P Mechant
Communications & Strategies, 17-36, 2013
Neighborhood hotspot and community awareness: The double role of social network sites in local communities
JD Meulenaere, B Baccarne, C Courtois, K Ponnet
Communications 46 (4), 492-515, 2021
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