Sung J. Shim, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Computing and Decision Sciences
, received the Bright Idea in Information Technology for his entry titled, “Simulation for emergency care process reengineering in hospitals.” Shim collaborated with Arun Kumar of RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia.
Using computer simulation, the paper sought to model the hospital emergency care process and evaluate the effects of proposed changes to improve patient wait times in the process. The results demonstrated that the changes proposed (adding another payment station and a new short-stay ward) can shorten patient wait times.
Shim joined the Stillman School of Business
in 2001. His research findings, which center on information systems implementation, business process re-engineering and technology management and strategy, have appeared in INFOR: Information Systems and Operational Research
, Information Systems Management
, Journal of Computer Information Systems
and Online Information Review
. View Shim's Faculty Profile »Read Shim's Award Winning Paper »Gady Jacoby
Gady Jacoby, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Finance
, received the Bright Idea Award in Finance for his entry titled, “Ownership dispersion and market liquidity.” Overall the test results are consistent with the idea that higher ownership dispersion improves market liquidity. Jacoby collaborated with Steven X. Zheng of the University of Manitoba in Canada.
Jacoby joined the Stillman School of Business
in 2009. The focus of his research and consulting work is on fixed-income securities, asset pricing, market microstructure and behavioral finance. He has held visiting academic positions at New York University and the University of Melbourne, and he also taught in China, Singapore, Taiwan and Uruguay.View Jacoby's Faculty Profile »Read Jacoby's Award Winning Paper »About the Bright Idea Awards
Bright Idea Awards are sponsored annually by The NJPRO Foundation, the public policy research affiliate of the New Jersey Business & Industry Association (NJBIA), New Jersey Business Magazine
and the Stillman School of Business. Each year, these organizations celebrate the business intellectual capital at colleges of business within the State of New Jersey and present awards for the best research published. This year’s winning entries are included in the tenth volume of the Publications of New Jersey’s Business Faculty
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