Dr.ir. G.A. (Mark) de Reuver

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Dr ir Mark de Reuver is Associate Professor at Delft University of Technology, Faculty Technology Policy and Management, Section Information and Communication Technology. His research focuses on Digital Platforms in Engineering Systems, with specific interest in architectural design choices, openness and business models. He received a PhD from Delft University of Technology. He is Senior Editor of Electronic Markets.
He is also Adjunct Associate Professor at Telecom Business School, France.

Research

Digital platforms are emerging in any engineering industry. Through platforms, organizations make their technologies and data available to third parties. Architectural design choices, such as the openness of platforms, have great implications, both economically (e.g. new business models) and societally (e.g. privacy and safety risks). My research program develops foundational, integrative theory for understanding the implications of open platforms in a digital world. Application domains include Internet-of-Things and data marketplaces. 

  • TB141IA Information & Communication in Organizations
  • MOT2312 Research methods
  • SEN1621 I&C Services Design
  • SEN1641 I&C Integrated Design 
  • Cluster coordinator I&C courses BSc TB and MSc COSEM
  • Coordinator of MSc specialization ICT Design & Management
  • Athanasopoulou, A., De Reuver, M., Nikou, S., & Bouwman, H. (2019). What technology enabled services impact business models in the automotive industry? An exploratory study. Futures, 109, 73-83. 
  • De Reuver, M., Sørensen, C., & Basole, R. C. (2018). The digital platform: a research agenda. Journal of Information Technology, 33(2), 124-135. 
  • Derikx, S., De Reuver, M., & Kroesen, M. (2016). Can privacy concerns for Internet-of-things enabled connected car services be compensated? A discrete choice experiment on mobile insurance services. Electronic Markets, 26(1), 73-81
  • De Reuver, M., & Bouwman, H. (2015). Dealing with self-report bias in mobile Internet acceptance and usage studies. Information & Management, 52(3), 287-294.
  • De Reuver, M., Verschuur, E., Nikayin, F., Cerpa, N., & Bouwman, H. (2015). Collective action for mobile payment platforms: A case study on collaboration issues between banks and telecom operators. Electronic Commerce Research and Applications, 14 (5), 331-344.
  • Nikayin, F., De Reuver, M., Heikkila, M., & Solaimani, S. (2014). Workplace Primary Prevention Programs Enabled by Information and Communication Technology. Technology Forecasting and Social Change, 89, 326-332
  • De Reuver, M., & Haaker, T. (2009). Designing viable business models for context-aware mobile services. Telematics and Informatics, 26 (3), 240-248

More publications

SafeDEED 
Data-driven business models are a key engine of our digitised society. To achieve data-driven innovation, it is important that companies also share data. Examples include sharing data with competitors in order to understand changes in consumer behaviour or with partners to enable smarter deliveries of goods. Various data marketplace platforms already exist, but struggle to take off and often fail to progress beyond the pilot phase. With the SafeDEED project, TU Delft collaborates with a consortium of European companies and universities to develop technologies to help these kinds of marketplaces get off the ground and become successful. 

  • 2017-01-01-2020-01-01 Doceren – Telecom Business School (Brancheorganisatie: Onderwijs)

Mark de Reuver

Associate Professor

Department:
Engineering Systems and Services

Group:
Information and Communication Technology

Secretary:
Jo-Ann Karna

Research interests:
Digital platforms
ICT Architecting
Data platforms
Platform ecosystems
Digital business models


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Dr.ir. G.A. (Mark) de Reuver

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2010 - Mobile service innovation: Design and Engineering
2010 - E-business
2011 - Mobile service innovation: Design and Engineering
2011 - Project onderzoeksmethoden en dataverwerking ICT domein
2011 - E-business
2013 - Preparation for the Master Thesis
2013 - Project onderzoeksmethoden en dataverwerking ICT domein
2012 - ICT Design, valorization and mobile applications
2013 - I en C in organistaties
2013 - Quantitative Research Methods
2014 - ICT Design, valorization and mobile applications
2014 - E-business
2014 - Preparation for the Master Thesis
2012 - Preparation for the Master Thesis
2014 - I en C in organistaties
2013 - ICT Design, valorization and mobile applications
2013 - E-business
2015 - Preparation for the Master Thesis
2015 - I en C in organistaties
2015 - ICT Design, valorization and mobile applications
2016 - I en C in organistaties
2012 - Project onderzoeksmethoden en dataverwerking ICT domein
2012 - E-business
2016 - Preparation for the Master Thesis
2017 - I en C in organistaties
2016 - I en C in organistaties
2017 - I en C in organistaties
2017 - I en C in organistaties
2017 - Research Methods
2017 - Preparation for the Master Thesis
2017 - Preparation for the Master Thesis
2017 - Digital Business
2017 - Integrated Design of I&C Architectures
2017 - Integrated Design of I&C Architectures
2016 - Actor and Strategy Models
2016 - I&C Service Design
2016 - Integrated Design of I&C Architectures
2016 - I&C Service Design
2018 - Digital Business
2018 - Integrated Design of I&C Architectures
2018 - Integrated Design of I&C Architectures
2016 - Preparation for the Master Thesis
2018 - I en C in organistaties
2018 - I en C in organistaties
2018 - I en C in organistaties
2017 - I&C Service Design
2017 - I&C Service Design
2018 - Research Methods
2018 - I&C Service Design
2018 - I&C Service Design
2016 - Digital Business
2016 - Research Methods
2017 - Onderzoeksmethode en data-analyse
2016 - Integrated Design of I&C Architectures
2019 - I&C Service Design
2019 - I&C Service Design
2019 - Integrated Design of I&C Architectures
2019 - Integrated Design of I&C Architectures
2018 - Research Methods
2019 - Research Methods
2019 - Research Methods
2019 - I en C in organisaties
2019 - I en C in organisaties