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From the wisdom of crowds to my own judgment in microfinance through online peer-to-peer lending platforms
Herding behavior in online P2P lending: An empirical investigation
Productivity of Information Systems in the Healthcare Industry
Analyzing the impact of information technology in a healthcare setting using a longitudinal sample of hospital data from 1976 to 1994 provides evidence that IT contributes positively to the production of services in the healthcare industry.
An Economic Analysis of the Introduction of an Electronic Data Interchange System
This analysis of the introduction of an EDI system in a vertical market involving one manufacturer and two suppliers shows that regardless of its cost structure, a supplier may have to join the EDI network out of “strategic necessity,” due to the presence of an IT-efficient supplier.
Thumbs Up, Sales Up? The Contingent Effect of Facebook Likes on Sales Performance in Social Commerce
The results suggest that social commerce can be a powerful marketplace when the economic utility that is driven by price incentives is further strengthened and protected by the social utility that originates from trust and sharing.
An Integrated Assessment of Productivity and Efficiency Impacts of Information Technology Investments: Old Data, New Analysis and Evidence
We reexamine the •Information Technology (IT) productivity paradox• from the standpoints of theoretical basis, measurement issues and potential inefficiency in IT management. Two key objectives are:…
Discovery and Representation of Causal Relationships in MIS Research: A Methodological Framework
The paper describes the representational shortcomings and statistical pitfalls of factor-analytic methods commonly deployed in empirical research and proposes using TETRAD, a non-parametric tool, at the exploratory phase for its ability to accommodate a wide variety of causal models.
The Information Technology Productivity Paradox Revisited: A Theoretical and Empirical Investigation in the Manufacturing Sector
The lack of empirical support for the positive economic impact of information technology (IT) has been called the IT productivity paradox. Even though output measurement problems have often been held…
Depression Screening Using Daily Mental-Health Ratings from a Smartphone Application for Breast Cancer Patients
- June-Sung Kim, Sanghee Lim, Jong Won Lee
- Medicine, PsychologyJournal of medical Internet research
- 1 August 2016
The results support the potential of a mobile mental- health tracker as a tool for screening for depression in practice and provide clinicians with a guideline for generating indicator variables from daily mental-health ratings.
Information Technology Value through Different Normative Lenses
A group of hospitals exhibiting high technical efficiency also exhibited low allocative efficiency, indicating that, while processes may have been efficient, resource allocation and budgeting between various categories of capital and labor have not been efficient.