David Barron
David Barron
Said Business School, University of Oxford
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei sbs.ox.ac.uk
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A time to grow and a time to die: Growth and mortality of credit unions in New York City, 1914-1990
DN Barron, E West, MT Hannan
American Journal of Sociology 100 (2), 381-421, 1994
9431994
Hierarchies and cliques in the social networks of health care professionals: implications for the design of dissemination strategies
E West, DN Barron, J Dowsett, JN Newton
Social science & medicine 48 (5), 633-646, 1999
3441999
The analysis of count data: Overdispersion and autocorrelation
DN Barron
Sociological methodology, 179-220, 1992
2701992
Overcoming the barriers to patient‐centred care: time, tools and training
E West, DN Barron, R Reeves
Journal of clinical nursing 14 (4), 435-443, 2005
2032005
Nurse staffing, medical staffing and mortality in intensive care: an observational study
E West, DN Barron, D Harrison, AM Rafferty, K Rowan, C Sanderson
International journal of nursing studies 51 (5), 781-794, 2014
1432014
The structuring of organizational populations
DN Barron
American Sociological Review, 421-445, 1999
1261999
Leaving nursing: an event-history analysis of nurses' careers
D Barron, E West
Journal of Health Services Research & Policy 10 (3), 150-157, 2005
1042005
Pathways to legitimacy among consumer loan providers in New York City, 1914-1934
DN Barron
Organization studies 19 (2), 207-233, 1998
1001998
Tied to the job: affective and relational components of nurse retention
D Barron, E West, R Reeves
Journal of Health Services Research & Policy 12 (1_suppl), 46-51, 2007
892007
Facilitated patient experience feedback can improve nursing care: a pilot study for a phase III cluster randomised controlled trial
R Reeves, E West, D Barron
BMC health services research 13 (1), 1-9, 2013
772013
Social and geographical boundaries around senior nurse and physician leaders: an application of social network analysis
E West, DN Barron
Canadian Journal of Nursing Research Archive, 132-148, 2005
632005
The National Adult Inpatient Survey conducted in the English National Health Service from 2002 to 2009: how have the data been used and what do we know as a result?
A DeCourcy, E West, D Barron
BMC health services research 12 (1), 1-12, 2012
592012
The impact of barriers to providing high-quality care on nurses’ intentions to leave London hospitals
R Reeves, E West, D Barron
Journal of health services research & policy 10 (1), 5-9, 2005
462005
The quasi-market for adult residential care in the UK: Do for-profit, not-for-profit or public sector residential care and nursing homes provide better quality care?
D Barron, E West
Social Science and Medicine, 2017
382017
The emotional costs of caring incurred by men and women in the British labour market
DN Barron, E West
Social Science & Medicine 65 (10), 2160-2171, 2007
372007
On the interpretation of density dependence in rates of organizational mortality: A reply to Petersen and Koput
MT Hannan, DN Barron, GR Carroll
American Sociological Review 56 (3), 410-415, 1991
331991
The financial costs of caring in the British labour market: is there a wage penalty for workers in caring occupations?
DN Barron, E West
British Journal of Industrial Relations 51 (1), 104-123, 2013
292013
Evolutionary theory
DN Barron
The Oxford handbook of strategy, 2003
292003
Deregulation and competition in the financial industry
DN Barron, E West, MT Hannan
Industrial and Corporate Change 7 (1), 1-32, 1998
291998
Credit unions
D Barron
241995
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