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    • The Effect of Resource Dependence on Quasi-Markets 

      Coupet, Jason (2014-06-20)
      A growing number of firms compete in quasi-markets, spaces where they specialize in service traditionally left to the public sector. These firms are encouraged by government to enter these markets often on the grounds that ...
    • Employer Enterprise eHealth Strategies: An IT Framework for Managing Health Care Value 

      Papagari Sangareddy, Sridhar Reddy (2017-04-27)
      Employers are concerned about rising health care costs as an issue of strategic importance to them. Since, providing employee health benefits is important to attract and retain talent within the organizations, the only ...
    • Estimating DEA Confidence Intervals with Statistical Panel Data Analysis 

      Barnum, Darold; Schumock, Glen T.; Shields, Karen L.; Walton, Surrey M. (Springer Verlag, 2011-12-15)
      There is a conflict between Data Envelopment Analysis (DEA) theory's requirement that inputs (outputs) be substitutable, and the ubiquitous use of nonsubstitutable inputs and outputs in DEA applications to hospitals. This ...