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Covid-19 Vaccines As a Condition of Employment: Impact on Uptake, Staffing, and Mortality in Elderly Care Homes (2023)
Journal Article

Laws mandating vaccination against Covid-19 as a condition of employment in health and care sectors were commonplace during the pandemic. Using weekly data at the local authority level, we examine the impact of the vaccine mandate for elderly care ho... Read More about Covid-19 Vaccines As a Condition of Employment: Impact on Uptake, Staffing, and Mortality in Elderly Care Homes.

Diagnostic Sensitivity of Unenhanced CT for Cerebral Venous Thrombosis: Can Clot Density Measurement Replace CT Venogram? (2023)
Journal Article

Objectives Cerebral venous sinus thrombosis is an important cause of stroke in young adults. Noncontrast-enhanced CT head (NECT) is almost always the first investigation. Our objectives were as follows:1. How accurately does venous sinus density on N... Read More about Diagnostic Sensitivity of Unenhanced CT for Cerebral Venous Thrombosis: Can Clot Density Measurement Replace CT Venogram?.

Current imaging practice for suspected scaphoid fracture in patients with normal initial radiographs: UK-wide national audit (2019)
Journal Article

BACKGROUND: The prevalence of scaphoid fractures in the young and active patient population is high. Initial suspicion relies on the combination of a clinical examination and scaphoid series. Both of these are imperfect and often result in premature... Read More about Current imaging practice for suspected scaphoid fracture in patients with normal initial radiographs: UK-wide national audit.

Information asymmetries in the hiring process and the risk of new leader dismissal: insights from English premier league soccer organizations (2017)
Journal Article

Why are some new leaders dismissed quicker than others? Adopting agency theory logic we examine how different succession contexts shape boards’ information asymmetries about a potential candidate’s competencies in the hiring process, which influences... Read More about Information asymmetries in the hiring process and the risk of new leader dismissal: insights from English premier league soccer organizations.

Forecasting the outcome of closed-door decisions: evidence from 500 years of betting on papal conclaves (2015)
Journal Article

Closed-door decisions may be defined as decisions in which the outcome is determined by a limited number of decision-makers and where the process is shrouded in at least some secrecy. In this paper, we examine the use of betting markets to forecast o... Read More about Forecasting the outcome of closed-door decisions: evidence from 500 years of betting on papal conclaves.

The effects of leader succession and prior leader experience on postsuccession organizational performance (2015)
Journal Article

In this article we strive to reconcile equivocal findings about the effects of top leader succession and prior leadership experience on postsuccession organizational performance. In doing so, we draw on insights from theories of human capital, learni... Read More about The effects of leader succession and prior leader experience on postsuccession organizational performance.

Uncertainty of outcome or strengths of teams: an economic analysis of attendance demand for international cricket (2014)
Journal Article

A significant body of theoretical literature has argued that popular interest in sporting contests between teams is heavily influenced by how difficult it is to predict the result ex-ante. Empirical research has, however, been unable to reach a conse... Read More about Uncertainty of outcome or strengths of teams: an economic analysis of attendance demand for international cricket.