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Dilettante or Renaissance Person? How the Order of Job Experiences Affects Hiring in an External Labor Market 1
- Ming D. Leung
- 1 February 2014
Social actors who move across categories are typically disadvantaged relative to their more focused peers. Yet candidates who compile experiences across disparate areas can either be appreciated as… Expand
Out of Sight, Out of Mind? Evidence of Perceptual Factors in the Multiple-Category Discount
We show that category spanning is perceived negatively and can result in devaluation, even in the absence of underlying quality differences. Expand
Categories and Competition
Competition is a core question in management theory. Over the last decades scholars have made much progress in understanding the underlying dynamics of competition with large consequences for firm ...
"Actual" and Perceptual Effects of Category Spanning
We present an analysis conducted in a setting in which it was possible to distinguish the two mechanisms: critics’ ratings of the same wines through “blind” and “non blind” tastings. Expand
DILETTANTE OR RENAISSANCE MAN? HOW THE SEQUENCE OF CATEGORY MEMBERSHIPS AFFECTS CREDIBILITY IN AN ONLINE MARKET FOR SERVICES.
- Ming D. Leung
- Political Science
- 1 August 2010
The article discusses the notion that a job candidate's credibility is at least partially established by the path with which he or she accumulated experience. The sequence of job categories a social… Expand
No Barrique, No Berlusconi: Collective Identity, Contention, and Authenticity in the Making of Barolo and Barbaresco Wines
?How does contention over authenticity unfold through social movement processes of mobilization and counter-mobilization? We address this issue by studying how the rise of "modern" winemaking… Expand
Infection control challenge in setting up a temporary test centre at Hong Kong International Airport for rapid diagnosis of COVID-19 due to SARS-CoV-2
The Association Between Fall Frequency, Injury Risk, and Characteristics of Falls in Older Residents of Long-Term Care: Do Recurrent Fallers Fall More Safely?
- Kimberley S van Schooten, Yijian Yang, +4 authors Stephen N Robinovitch
- The journals of gerontology. Series A, Biological…
- 9 May 2018
Background Although a fall is a necessary prerequisite to a fall-related injury, previous studies suggest that frequent fallers are at lower injury risk for a given fall. We tested the hypotheses… Expand
The Impact Of Decision Aids On Adults Considering Hip Or Knee Surgery.
- Vanessa B Hurley, Hector P. Rodriguez, S. Kearing, Yue Wang, Ming D. Leung, S. Shortell
- Health affairs
- 1 January 2020
Trials of decision aids developed for use in shared decision making find that patients engaged in that process tend to choose more conservative treatment for preference-sensitive conditions. Shared… Expand
Learning to Hire? Hiring as a Dynamic Experiential Learning Process in an Online Market for Contract Labor
- Ming D. Leung
- Business, Computer Science
- Manag. Sci.
- 23 June 2017
We investigate whether employers revise their beliefs regarding job applicants from a particular social category following a negative hiring experience from that social category. Expand