Hospital Specialization after Implementation of Diagnosis Related Groups
The emergence of paths in several societal spheres such as politics and the economy allows the conclusion that path dependency is a superordinate phenomenon. This project analyses the development and effects of specialization in hospitals as a social system between medicine and business. The empirical research focuses on hospitals as units of analysis, adding multiple case studies to a quantitative analysis.
Member of the Doctoral Program "Research on Organizational Paths"
2000 – 2005
Business Administration, FU Berlin
Diploma Thesis: "Economies of Scale and Scope in the German Daily Newspaper Branch"
2003 – 2004
Fujitsu Siemens Computers
Learning-/Experience Curve Research
Liberalisation of power markets
Nothnagel, Barnas/Koch, Jochen/Eisend Martin 2007. Non-Market Influences And The Threat Of Strategic Lock-In. SMS 27th Annual Conference 2007, San Diego.
Nothnagel, Barnas. Dancing on thin ice : Public management reform activating organizational inertia?. 23rd EGOS Colloquium 2007, Vienna.
Roedenbeck, Marc R.H./Nothnagel, Barnas/Strobel, Jan C. 2006. Simulating Path Dependent Processes - Extending Arthur's Model. EIASM-Workshop "Organizing Paths - Paths of Organizing" 2006,Berlin.