Before pursuing his PhD, Jones was a lecturer for the Stanford University computer science department. In addition, he founded a relational database consulting firm. In this capacity, he worked with Fortune 500 firms and start-ups.
Digital Business StrategyHealth IT & AnalyticsBusiness Information Systems & AnalyticsInformation Systems for Management: Part BInformation Systems for ManagementInformation Systems for Management: Part AManagment Information Systems
- Research Interests
Professor Jones’s current research studies markets for information goods and the impact of development costs and the complexity of the development process on market structure. He is broadly interested in the information industries, in particular the economics of information systems, electronic business, health information technology, and the evolution of the information technology industry.
- Teaching Interests
Computers and Information Systems
Reflections on Teaching OnlineReflections on Teaching OnlineSSRNImpact of Non-Cardiovascular Disease Burden on Thirty-Day Hospital Readmission in Heart Failure Patients2018Cardiology JournalIssue6Volume25Prior Hospital Admission Predicts Thirty-Day Hospital Readmission2016Cardiology JournalIssue2Volume23Information Goods vs. Industrial Goods: Cost Structure and Competition2011Management ScienceIssue1Volume57Pay for Performance: 10 Things You Should Know2010Critical Connections