Reed Nelson

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This paper combines neoinstitutional theory and research on political institutions to explain the process of organizational entry into new geographic markets. We extend neoinstitutional theory's proposition that prior decisions and actions by other organizations provide legitimization and information to a decision marked by uncertainty. We show this effect(More)
OBJECTIVE To conduct a cost-effectiveness analysis of telestroke--a 2-way, audiovisual technology that links stroke specialists to remote emergency department physicians and their stroke patients--compared to usual care (i.e., remote emergency departments without telestroke consultation or stroke experts). METHODS A decision-analytic model was developed(More)
This research examines the association between configurations of personal values and managerial incumbency among professionals in Brazil, the US, and Asia. Our research is different from classical leadership research as well as most cross-cultural studies in that it focuses on variance within countries first and then compares results between countries,(More)
The decision to adopt a new technology or not depends on the benefits to be gained by incorporating new technical, functional or esthetic solutions, in order to attain the company's competitive positioning; this decision also depends on the costs and risks involved. In general terms, businesses lack the resources, whether financial, human, or structural, to(More)
We examined the availability of services for the developmentally disabled elderly and the concerns expressed by the service provider. We compared agencies which traditionally served individuals with developmental disabilities versus those serving the elderly populations. Although both types of agencies recognized the need for services, concern was raised as(More)
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