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Jalonen, H., Haltia, J., Tuominen, S. & Ryömä, A. (2017). Arvonluonnin pelikirja urheilun ja liiketoiminnan rajapintaan. Turun ammattikorkeakoulun tutkimuksia 47, Turku. Linkki julkaisuun.

Jalonen, H. (2017). “A good bell is heard from far, a bad one still further”: A socio-demography of disclosing negative emotions in social media. The Journal of Social Media in Society, 6(1), 69–108. Linkki julkaisuun.


Jussila, J., Boedeker, M., Jalonen, H. & Helander, N. (2017). Social media analytics empowering customer experience insight. In Kavoura A., Sakas, D. P. & Tomaras, P. (Eds.) Strategic Innovative Marketing, 25–30. Springer Proceedings in Business and Economics. Linkki julkaisuun.


Jalonen, H. (2017). Social media as a ‘service’ for value co-creation by integrating sponsoring companies, sports entities and fans. World Academy of Science, Engineering and Technology, 11(1), 2381–2388, January 26–27, 2017, Innsbruck, Austria. Linkki julkaisuun.


Jalonen, H., Lehti, M., Tonteri, A., Koskelo, M., Nousiainen, A. K. & Jäppinen, T. (2016). From Signals to Future Stories – A Handbook for Applying Foresight in the Field of Welfare. Course Material from Turku University of Applied Sciences 104. Linkki julkaisuun.

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, H. & Jussila, J. (2016). Developing a conceptual model for the relationship between social media behavior, negative consumer emotions and brand disloyalty. Social Media: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly – Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 9844, 134–145. Linkki julkaisuun.

Virtanen, P., Kaivo-oja, J., Ishino, Y., Stenvall, J. & Jalonen, H. (2016). Ubiquitous revolution, customer needs and business intelligence? Empirical evidence from Japanese healthcare sector. International Journal of Web Engineering and Technology, 11(3), 259–283. Linkki julkaisuun.

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, H. (2016). Responsible business through sport - a balance between pursuing esteem and avoidin disesteem. Organisational Studies and Innovation Review, 2(1), 1-7. Linkki julkaisuun.

Paavola, J., Helo, T. Jalonen, H., Sartonen, M. & Huhtinen, M. (2016). Understanding the trolling phenomenon - The automated detection of bots and cyborgs in the social media. Journal of Information Warfare, 15(4), 100–111. Linkki julkaisuun.

Kaivo-oja, J., Virtanen, P., Jalonen, H. & Stenvall, J. (2015). The effects of internet of things and big data to organizations and their knowledge management practices. Knowledge Management in Organizations – Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing, 224, 495–513. Linkki julkaisuun.

Jalonen, H. (2014). A framework for dealing with fundamental knowledge problems through social media. VINE: The Journal of Information and Knowledge Management Systems, 44(4), 558–578. Linkki julkaisuun.

, H. (2014). Dancing with the paradox – Social media in innovation through complexity lens. International Journal of Innovation Management, 19(1), 1–26. Linkki julkaisuun.

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