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Professor James Judson Gillespie, BS, MPA, PhD, JD

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BIOGRAPHICAL SUMMARY: Professor James Judson Gillespie, BS, MPA, PhD, JD

Professor James Judson Gillespie is a Professor of Ethical Leadership and Distinguished Fellow of New Westminster College. He has previously held professorial appointments in healthcare management, management and business at several universities, including: University of Central Florida, University of Wisconsin at La Crosse and the Illinois Institute of Technology.

Professor Gillespie’s formal education includes:

  • 2008: Ph.D. in Management and Organization, Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University
  • 1995: J.D., Harvard Law School, Harvard University
  • 1994: M.P.A., Woodrow Wilson School of Public Policy, Princeton University
  • 1991: Graduate Coursework in Economics and Public Policy, Heinz School, Carnegie Mellon University
  • 1990: B.S. in History, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Professor Gillespie is a sought after consultant, researcher, and scholar in the application of advanced analytics, business intelligence, and big data to address challenges and opportunities for healthcare, biopharmaceutical, medical, and technology companies.

Professor Gillespie’s research has appeared in Academy of Management Review, American Behavioral Scientist, European Journal of Social Psychology, Federal Reserve Bank, Harvard Business Review, Health Care Manager, International Journal of Healthcare Management, and Strategic Management Journal. His research has also appeared in numerous peer-reviewed academic outlets and top industry/trade journals, and he is lead author of the book: “Patient-Centric Analytics in Health Care: Driving Value in Clinical Settings and Psychological Practice” published by Lexington Books. With two MD physician colleagues, he is working on a new book: “AI and Machine Learning: Revolutionizing the Future of Healthcare and Medicine”.

Professor Gillespie’s publications include:

  • Gillespie, J., Dunsire, D., & Luce, C.B. Forthcoming, Spring 2018. “Attaining gender parity: Diversity 5.0 and 10 best practices for global health care organizations. The Health Care Manager.
  • Privitera, G., & Gillespie, J. Forthcoming, Spring 2018. Nonparametric statistics in psychology. Oxford Bibliographies in Psychology, Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Dana S. Dunn.
  • Gillespie, J., & Privitera, G. Forthcoming Winter 2018. Diversity, inclusion, and precision medicine in clinical oncology. Frontiers in Oncology.
  • Gillespie, J., & Privitera, G. 2017. Patient-Centric Analytics in Health Care: Driving Value in Clinical Settings and Psychological Practice. Lexington Books, a division of the Rowman & Littlefield Publishing Group.
  • Wagner, S.M., Gillespie, J., & Castillo, A. 2017. Integrated behavioral health in primary care for controlling diabetes in community health centers: Implications for health outcomes and local health policy. Journal of Online Higher Education, 1(3).
  • Byas, D., Gillespie, J., Talbert, P., & Kinnard, J. 2016. Examining the association between healthcare quality and health status among American children. Journal of the National Society of Allied Health, 13(1): 25-29.
  • Pande, V., Gillespie, J., & Stapleton, A. 2015. Elderly prisoners and Medicare. Journal of Leadership, Accountability and Ethics, 13(1):11-29.
  • Glibkowski, B., McGinnis, L., Gillespie, J., & Schommer, A. 2014. How narratology narrows the organizational theory-practice gap. Human Resource Development Review, Issue 13: 2.
  • Privitera G., Brown C., & Gillespie J. 2014. Emolabeling effectively reduces the influence of ambiguous labeling on food packages among grocery store shoppers. Global Journal Health Science, 7(4):12-7.
  • Urbaniak, D., Ormesher, D., & Gillespie, J. 2013. Digital marketing and the life science industry: A call to action. Pharmaceutical Executive Magazine, April.
  • Gillespie, J. & Drennan, K. 2012. The business of equitable research: The new stakeholders. Life Science Leader Magazine, May.
  • Wade-Benzoni, K., Hoffman, A., Thompson, L., Moore, D., Gillespie J., & Bazerman, M. 2002. Contextualizing environmental negotiations: Uncovering barriers to efficient agreements. Academy of Management Review, 27: 41-57.
  • Uzzi, B., & Gillespie, J. 2002. Knowledge spillover in corporate financing networks: Embeddedness and the Firm’s Debt Performance. Strategic Management Journal, 23(7): 595-618.
  • Gillespie, J., Brett, J., & Weingart, L. 2000. Interdependence, social motives, and outcome satisfaction in multiparty negotiation. European Journal of Social Psychology, 30(6): 779-797.
  • Uzzi, B., & Gillespie, J. 2000. Social capital in the making of financial capital: Notes on small to medium sized firms corporate financing networks. In H. Rosenblum (ed.) Business access to capital and credit. Washington, DC: Federal Reserve Bank.
  • Bazerman, M., & Gillespie, J. 1999. Betting on the Future: The virtues of contingent contracts. Harvard Business Review, September-October: 155-160.
  • Bazerman, M., Moore, D., & Gillespie, J. 1999. The human mind as a barrier to wiser environmental agreements. American Behavioral Scientist, 42(8):1277-1300.
  • Gillespie, J., Thompson, L., Loewenstein, J., & Gentner, D. 1999. Lessons from analogical reasoning in the teaching of negotiation. Negotiation Journal, 15(4): 363-372.
  • Gulati, R., & Gillespie, J. 1999. Alliances and joint ventures. In N. Smelser and P. Baltes (eds.), International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences. Oxford, England: Elsevier Science.
  • Hirsch, P., & Gillespie, J. 1999. Unpacking path dependence: Differential valuations accorded history across the disciplines. In R. Garud and P. Karnoe (eds.), Path creation and dependence. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
  • Hoffman, A., Gillespie, J., Moore D., Wade-Benzoni, K., Thompson, L., & Bazerman, M. 1999. A mixed-motive perspective on the economics versus environment debate. American Behavioral Scientist, 42(7): 1254-1276.
  • Uzzi, B., & Gillespie, J. 1999. Corporate social capital and the cost of financial capital: An embeddedness approach. In J. Leenders and S. Gabbay (eds.), Corporate social capital. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Kluwer Press.
  • Uzzi, B., & Gillespie, J. 1999. Interfirm relationships and the organization of a firm’s financial capital structure: The case of the middle market. In D. Knoke and Andrews (eds.), Research on the Sociology of Organizations. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press.
  • Gillespie, J., & Bazerman, M. 1998. Pre-settlement settlement (PreSS): A simple technique for initiating complex negotiations. Negotiation Journal, 14(2): 149-159.
  • Gillespie, J., & Bazerman, M. 1997. Parasitic Integration: Win-win agreements that contain losers. Negotiation Journal, 13(3): 271-282.
  • MacCoun, R., Kahan, J., Gillespie, J., & Rhee, J. 1993. A content analysis of the drug legalization debate. Journal of Drug Issues, 23(4): 615.

As a Professor of Ethical Leadership and Distinguished Fellow of New Westminster College, Professor James Judson Gillespie is dedicated to supporting the highest standards of academic excellence and ethical leadership and is committed to the advancement of the New Westminster College of Caucasus University, and its Global Network of Fellows.

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