Adam Seth Litwin Faculty Bio
Adam Seth Litwin, PhD
The Johns Hopkins Carey Business School
100 International Drive
Baltimore, MD 21202
Phone: (410) 234-9420
Prof. Litwin's CV
Prof. Litwin's working papers
Adam Seth Litwin, PhD (Management, Sloan School of Management, Massachusetts Institute of Technology) is a founding member of the tenure-track faculty, having joined the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School in 2008. He is an assistant professor with expertise in the areas of employment relations and strategic human resource management. As much of his research has been in the context of the healthcare industry, he holds a secondary appointment as Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. He is also a research affiliate of the Employment Policy Research Network (EPRN).
- Litwin, Adam Seth, and Phillip H. Phan. Forthcoming. “Quality over Quantity: Reexamining the Link between Entrepreneurship and Job Creation.” Industrial and Labor Relations Review.
- Litwin, Adam Seth. Forthcoming. “Not Featherbedding, but Feathering the Nest: Human Resource Management and Investments in Information Technology.” Industrial Relations.
- Litwin, Adam Seth, Ariel C. Avgar, and Peter J. Pronovost. 2012. “Measurement Error in Performance Studies of Health Information Technology: Lessons from the Management Literature.” Applied Clinical Informatics, 3(2): 210-220.
- Litwin, Adam Seth. 2011. “Technological Change at Work: The Impact of Employee Involvement on the Effectiveness of Health Information Technology.” Industrial and Labor Relations Review, 64(5): 863-888.
- Kochan, Thomas A., and Adam Seth Litwin. 2011. “The Future of Human Capital: An Employment Relations Perspective.” In Alan Burton-Jones and John-Christopher Spender (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Human Capital, pp. 647-670. New York: Oxford University Press.
- Baird, Marian, and Adam Seth Litwin. 2005. “Rethinking Work and Family: The Making and Taking of Parental Leave in Australia.” International Review of Psychiatry, 17(5): 385-400.
Selected Honors and Distinctions
- 2012 - Labor and Employment Relations Association Refereed Papers Competition (for “A Bicephalous Model of Procedural Justice and Workplace Dispute Resolution,” joint with Zev J. Eigen), selection.
- 2012 – Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation Promising Paper Award (for “Quality over Quantity: Reevaluating the Link between Entrepreneurship and Job Creation,” joint with Phillip H. Phan), selection.
- 2011 - Labor and Employment Relations Association Refereed Papers Competition (for “Not Featherbedding, but Feathering the Nest: Human Resource Management and Investments in Information Technology”), selection.
- 2009 - Alfred P. Sloan Foundation dissertation prize, first place
- 2009 - Labor and Employment Relations Association (LERA) dissertation prize, honorable mention
- 2009 - Academy of Management, Healthcare Management Division Prize for Best Paper Derived from a Recent Dissertation (for “Technological Change at Work: The Impact of Employee Involvement on the Effectiveness of Health Information Technology”), finalist.
- 2008 - University Council of Industrial Relations and Human Resources Programs, prize for best student paper (for “The Influence of Employment Relations on the Performance Impact of an Electronic Health Record System: Early Results from a Multi-method, Longitudinal Field Study”)
Click here to access all of Prof. Litwin’s working papers via SSRN.
- Strategic Human Capital
- People & Markets
- Employment Policy
- Topics in Human Resource Management