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Employee Involvement in the Deployment of Health Information Technology
(Carey Business School, Johns Hopkins University, 2009-07)
PLEASE SEE REVISED VERSION AT https://jscholarship.library.jhu.edu/handle/1774.2/33783: This paper uses employee and patient survey data from a large, integrated healthcare provider to assess the moderating role that ...
Why Don't Docs Digitize? The Adoption of Health Information Technology in Primary Care Medicine
(Carey Business School, Johns Hopkins University, 2009-05-11)
Reformers in the US have earmarked substantial resources towards encouraging the adoption of electronic health records (EHRs). However, studies have yet to explain why physicians resist adoption and why the investments ...
Informed Consent: Enforcing Pharmaceutical Companies' Obligations Abroad
(Carey Business School, Johns Hopkins University, 2009-11)
The past several years have seen an evolution in the obligations of pharmaceutical companies conducting clinical trials abroad. Key players, such as international human rights organizations, the United States government ...
Implicit distancing in Auction: When name letter branding backfires
(Carey Business School, Johns Hopkins University, 2009-10)
Consumers subconsciously prefer brand names that resemble their own names - an effect called name letter branding. We extend it and propose that a reversal of name letter branding, wherein consumers will subconsciously ...
Entrepreneurship and Microfinance A Review and Research Agenda
(Carey Business School, The Johns Hopkins University, 2009-11)
Abstract In this paper, I review fifty four research papers spanning a 10 year period between 1998 and 2008 on research questions related to microfinance and entrepreneurship. I highlight the main research questions, ...