Academic Papers

Highlights

Dr. Stein’s research interests focus on decision making, knowledge management, creativity, corporate innovation, energy policy and sustainable ventures.

Energy and Sustainability:

Eric W. Stein,A Comprehensive Multi-Criteria Model to Rank Electric Energy Production Technologies,” Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 22 (2013), 640-654

Business Ethics

Stein, E.W and N. Ahmad., “Using the Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) to Construct a Measure of the Magnitude of Consequences Component of Moral Intensity,” the Journal of Business Ethics, (2009), 89:391-407 (Note: print version. Online version appeared January 2009)

Knowledge Management

Stein, E. W., (2005).   “A Qualitative Study of the Characteristics of a Community of Practice for Knowledge Management (KM) and its Success Factors,” International Journal of Knowledge Management, (Jul-Sept), Volume 1, No. 3, 2005: 1-24.

List of Refereed Journal Articles and Papers

Eric W. Stein, ”A Comprehensive Multi-Criteria Model to Rank Electric Energy Production Technologies,” Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 22 (2013), 640-654

I. Reychav, EW. Stein, J. Weisberg, C. Glezer, “The Role of Knowledge Sharing in Raising the Task Innovativeness of Systems Analysts,” International Journal of Knowledge Management, 8(2), 1-22, April-June 2012.

Stein, E.W and N. Ahmad., “Using the Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) to Construct a Measure of the Magnitude of Consequences Component of Moral Intensity,” Journal of Business Ethics (online version Jan 2009).

Stein, E.W and N. Ahmad., “Using the Analytical Hierarchy Process (AHP) to Construct a Measure of the Magnitude of Consequences Component of Moral Intensity,” the Journal of Business Ethics, (2009), 89:391-407 (Note: print version. Online version appeared January 2009)

Hornett, Andrea and Stein, E.W., “Mapping the Knowledge Management Domain of Ideas:  Evidence from a Practice Group” International Journal of Knowledge Management, 2007, Vol. 3, No. 3, 1-25 (paper received Innovation Award from Idea Publishing)

Miscikowski, D. and Stein, E.W., “Empowering Employees to Pull the Quality Trigger with Knowledge-based Systems,” Quality Progress, October 2006, pp., 43-48

Stein, E. W., (2005).   “A Qualitative Study of the Characteristics of a Community of Practice for Knowledge Management (KM) and its Success Factors,” International Journal of Knowledge Management, (Jul-Sept), Volume 1, No. 3, 2005: 1-24.

Stein, E., Pauster, M., & May, D. (2003).   “A Knowledge-based System to Improve the Quality of Titanium Melting,” Expert Systems with Applications, 24 (2), 239-246.

Eric Stein , Marty Manco, Sharon Manco,  “A Knowledge-Based System to Assist Administrators in Meeting Disability Act Requirements.” Expert Systems with Applications, Vol. 21: 2001:  65-74

Trevino, L. (Penn State), Webster, J. (University of Waterloo), Stein, E.W., “Making Connections:  Complementary Influences on Communication Media Choices, Attitudes, and Use.”  Organization Science.  Vol. 11, No. 2, March/April 2000.

Stein, E.W. and Miscikowski, D. (Quaker Oats Company), “FailSafe: Supporting Quality Decision Making with Expert Systems,”  Expert Systems with Applications  Vol. 13, No. 4:  1999:  365-377.

Stein, E.W. “A Look at Expertise from a Social Perspective,” refereed paper appearing in Expertise in Context:  Human and Machine edited by Feltovich, P., Ford, K., and Hoffman R., Menlo Park, CA:  AAAI/The MIT Press, 1997:  181-194.

Stein, E.W. , “Solutions to Trusting Computers Too Much:  No Silver Bullet” Peer Commentary of “Why We Trust Computers Too Much” by Marianne Lafrance appearing in Technology Studies Special Issue on Technology and Ethics, Technology Studies,  Issue 2,  1996:  192-195.

Stein, E.W. and Vandenbosch, B. (Case Western Reserve University), “Opportunities for and Obstacles to Organizational Learning during Advanced System Development,” Journal of Management Information Systems, Vol. 13, No. 2,  Fall 1996:  115-136.

Stein, E.W. and V. Zwass (Fairleigh Dickenson University),  “Actualizing Organizational Memory with Information Technology.”  Information Systems Research  Vol. 6, No. 2:  85-117 (1995).

Stein, E.W., “Social and Individual Characteristics of Organizational Experts” International Journal of Expert Systems:  Research & Applications,  Vol. 8, No. 2: 121-143 (1995).

Stein, E.W. and Evans, D. (Kensey-Nash Company), “Anchor Inspector:  Intended and Unintended Effects of a Graphics-Oriented Expert System,”  Expert Systems with Applications  Vol. 9, No. 2:  103-113 (1995).

Stein, E.W., “Organizational Memory:  Review of Concepts and Recommendations for Management.”  International Journal of Information Management.  Vol. 15, No. 1:  17-32 (1995).

Stein, E.W., “A Method to Identify Candidates for Knowledge Acquisition.” Journal of Management Information Systems.  Vol. 9, No. 2:  161-178 (1992).

List of Books

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