Professor Andrew Ching of the Johns Hopkins Carey Business School proposes a method that goes beyond merely counting market share.
Paper addresses the ways in which COVID-19 has “severely weakened the surgical innovation pipeline and ecosystem.”
A new study co-authored by Carey Business School Assistant Professor Christopher Myers examines another aspect of “vicarious learning.”
Professor Phillip Phan is the co-editor a new book on family-managed enterprises, a topic that has moved firmly into the mainstream of academic business research in recent years.
New research published in Health Affairs shows that the amount of charity care provided by government and nonprofit hospitals does not meet the obligation implied by their advantageous tax status.
In a commentary for The New England Journal of Medicine, Bloomberg Distinguished Professor Daniel Polsky writes about the impact of private-equity investment on the health care industry.
Why it matters: A paper co-authored by Johns Hopkins Carey Business School Associate Professor Nicola Fusari proposes a new method for determining whether a stock price spike is a bubble, basing the method on the options written on the stock during...
Michelle Barton, Associate Professor of Practice, looks at teams that worked together during uncertain times. In her finding, teams that work to resolve, redistribute, and reframe adversity are more likely to build relational capacity to be prepared to...
Working paper by Carey Business School economist Dongho Song looks at unemployment’s potential long-term threat to mortality.
The Carey economics professor joins a group of leading academic researchers and health care professionals working under the banner of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.
Matthew Kahn, a Bloomberg Distinguished Professor at the Carey Business School, examines urgent issues in pair of volumes appearing a month apart.