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Barrett, M. and Orlikowski, W.J. (2021) “Scale matters: doing practice-based studies of contemporary digital phenomena.” MIS Quarterly (DOI: 10.25300/MISQ/2021/14534.1.3) (forthcoming)
Faraj, S., Renno, W., & Bhardwaj, A. (2021). Unto the breach: What the COVID-19 pandemic exposes about digitalization. Information and Organization, 31(1).
Frey-Heger, C. and Barrett, M. (2021) “Possibilities and limits of social accountability: the consequences of visibility as recognition and exposure in refugee crises.” Accounting, Organizations and Society (DOI: 10.1016/j.aos.2020.101197) (published online Nov 2020)
Gkeredakis, M., Lifshitz-Assaf, H. and Barrett, M. (2021) “Crisis as opportunity, disruption and exposure: exploring emergent responses to crisis through digital technology.” Information and Organization (DOI: 10.1016/j.infoandorg.2021.100344) (published online Mar 2021)
Oborn, E. and Barrett, M. (2021) “Marching to different drum beats: a temporal perspective on coordinating occupational work.” Organization Science (DOI: 10.1287/orsc.2020.1394) (published online Jan 2021)
Orlikowski, W. J., & Scott, S. V. (2021). Liminal innovation in practice: Understanding the reconfiguration of digital work in crisis. Information and Organization, 31(1).
Pilosof, N., Barrett, M., Oborn, E., Barkai, G., Pessach, I. and Zimlichman, E. (2021) “Telemedicine implementation in COVID-19 ICU: balancing physical and virtual forms of visibility.” Health Environments Research and Design Journal (HERD) (forthcoming)
Salge, O., Antons, D., Barrett, M., Kohli, R., Oborn, E. and Polycarpou, S. (2021) "How IT investments help hospitals gain and sustain reputation in the media : the role of signaling and framing", Information Systems Research
Zheng, Y., & Walsham, G. (2021). Inequality of what? An intersectional approach to digital inequality under Covid-19. Information and Organization, 31(1).
Faik, I., Barrett, M. and Oborn, E. (2020) “How information technology matters in societal change: an affordance-based institutional logics perspective.” MIS Quarterly, 44(3): 1359-1390 (DOI: 10.25300/MISQ/2020/14193)
Oborn, E., Barrett, M. I. and Barrett, D. A. S. (2020) "Beware of the pendulum swing : how leaders can sustain rapid technology innovation beyond the COVID-19 crisis", BMJ Leader
Aristidou, A. and Barrett, M. (2019) “Coordinating service provision in dynamic service settings: a position practice relations perspective.” Academy of Management Journal, 61(2): 685-714 (DOI: 10.5465/amj.2015.0310)
Gkeredakis, M., & Constantinides, P. (2019). Phenomenon-based problematization: Coordinating in the digital era. Information and Organization, 29(3).
Oborn, E., Barrett, M., Gibson, S. and Gillard, S. (2019) “Knowledge and expertise in care practices: the role of the peer worker in mental health teams.” Sociology of Health and Illness, 41(7): 1305-1322 (DOI: 10.1111/1467-9566.12944)
Oborn, E., Barrett, M., Orlikowski, W., & Kim, A. (2019). Trajectory dynamics in innovation: developing and transforming a mobile money service across time and place. Organization Science, 30(5), 1097-1123.
Racko, G., Oborn, E. and Barrett, M. (2019) “Developing collaborative professionalism: an investigation of status differentiation in academic organizations in knowledge transfer partnerships.” International Journal of Human Resource Management, 30(3): 457-478 (DOI: 10.1080/09585192.2017.1281830)
Zachariadis, M., Hileman, G., & Scott, S. V. (2019). Governance and control in distributed ledgers: Understanding the challenges facing blockchain technology in financial services. Information and Organization, 29(2), 105-117.
Barrett, M. and Oborn, E. (2018) “Bridging the research-practice divide: harnessing expertise collaboration in making a wider set of contributions.” Information and Organization, 28(1): 44-51 (DOI: 10.1016/j.infoandorg.2018.02.006)
Chan, Y. E., & Farrington, C. J. (2018). Community-based research: Engaging universities in technology-related knowledge exchanges. Information and Organization, 28(3), 129-139.
Davidson, E., Baird, A. and Prince, K., 2018. Opening the envelope of health care information systems research. Information and Organization, 28(3), pp.140-151.
Faraj, S., Pachidi, S., & Sayegh, K. (2018). Working and organizing in the age of the learning algorithm. Information and Organization, 28(1), 62-70.
Hinings, B., Gegenhuber, T., & Greenwood, R. (2018). Digital innovation and transformation: An institutional perspective. Information and Organization, 28(1), 52-61.
Polykarpou, S., Barrett, M., Oborn, E., Salge, T.O., Antons, D. and Kohli, R. (2018) “Justifying health IT investments: a process model of framing practices and reputational value.” Information and Organization, 28(4): 153-169 (DOI: 10.1016/j.infoandorg.2018.10.003)
Prince, K., Jones, M., Blackwell, A., Simpson, A., Meakins, S. and Vuylsteke, A. (2018) “Barriers to the secondary use of data in critical care.” Journal of the Intensive Care Society, 19(2): 127-131
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