Published Journal Papers (refereed)
Baker, P.M.A., Gaspard, H. and Zhu, J. (2020). North American Perspectives on Geography of Policy Innovation, Industry 4.0 and the Digitalization of Work. To be published in a special Industry 4.0/Digitization issue of European Planning Studies (forthcoming).
Denker, A.H. and Baker, P.M.A. (2020). Digital Tech for Inclusive Aging: Usability, Design and Policy. Journal on Technology and Persons with Disabilities, Volume 7, 2020, PP. 255-264. http://hdl.handle.net/10211.3/215992
CHEN, Xiang-dong, ZHANG, Feng, and Baker, P.M.A. (2020). Gig economy and sharing economy to rebuild and enhance labor. (零工经济与分享经济对劳动的再造与提升)China Soft Science (中国软科学 (No.1, 2020, pp 21-29 – published 3.20.2020). http://www.cssm.com.cn/ch/reader/view_news.aspx?id=20200320164943001
Moon, N.W., Baker, P.M.A., Goughnour, K.P. (2019). Designing wearable technologies for users with disabilities: Accessibility, usability, and connectivity factors. Journal of Rehabilitation and Assistive Technologies Engineering, https://doi.org/10.1177/2055668319862137
Zeagler, C.; Gandy, M.; Baker, P.M.A. (2018). The Assistive Wearable: Inclusive by Design. Assistive Technology Outcomes and Benefits, Volume 12 (Summer) 11-36.
Stara, V., Harte, R., Di Rosa, M., Glynn, L., Casey, M., Hayes, Rossi, L., Mirelman, A., Baker, P.M.A., Quinlan, L. & ÓLaighin, G. (2018). Does culture affect usability? A trans-European usability and user experience assessment of a falls-risk connected health system following a user-centred design methodology carried out in a single European country. Maturitas, 114, 22-26.
Baker, P. M. A., Linden, M. A., LaForce, S. S., Rutledge, J., & Goughnour, K. P. (2018). Barriers to Employment Participation of Individuals With Disabilities: Addressing the Impact of Employer (Mis)Perception and Policy. American Behavioral Scientist, 62(5), 657–675. https://doi.org/10.1177/0002764218768868
Harte, R., Glynn, L., Rodríguez-Molinero, A., Baker, P. M., Scharf, T., Quinlan, L. R., & ÓLaighin, G. (2017). A Human-Centered Design Methodology to Enhance the Usability, Human Factors, and User Experience of Connected Health Systems: A Three-Phase Methodology. JMIR Human Factors, 4(1), e8. Mar 16;4(1):e8. http://humanfactors.jmir.org/2017/1/e8/
Harte, R., Quinlan, L., Glynn, L., Rodriguez-Molinero, A., Baker, P.M.A., Scharf, T., ÓLaighin, G. (2017) “Human-Centered Design Study: Enhancing the Usability of a Mobile Phone App in an Integrated Falls Risk Detection System for Use by Older Adult Users”, Journal of Medical Internet Research, mHealth and uHealth. http://dx.doi.org/10.2196/mhealth.7046
Gandy, M., Baker, P.M.A., & Zeagler, C. (2016). Imagining Futures: A Collaborative Policy Design for Wearable Computing. Futures, published online Nov. 14 2016. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.futures.2016.11.004
Bricout, J., Sharma, B., Baker, P.M.A., Behal, A., & Boloni, L. (2016). Learning Futures with Mixed Sentience. Futures, published online Oct. 20 2016. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.futures.2016.10.001
Baker, P.M.A., Mitchell, H. & LaForce, S. (2017) Inclusive connected futures: Editorial introduction to special section on “Envisioning Inclusive Futures”, Futures, 87, (March), 78-82. ISSN 0016-3287 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.futures.2016.12.002
Baker, P.M.A., Gandy, M., & Zeagler, C. (2015). Innovation and Wearable Computing: A Proposed Framework for Collaborative Policy Design. IEEE Internet Computing, 19(5) (September-October).
Moon, N.W., Baker, P.M.A, Roy, R.G., & Bozzorg, A. (2014). Disability Issues and Planning Education: Findings from a Longitudinal Survey of Planning Programs and Lessons for Urban e-Planning. International Journal of E-Planning Research (IJEPR), 3(3), 38-52. doi:10.4018/ijepr.2014070103.
Harte, R.P., Glynn, L.G., Broderick, B.J., Rodriguez-Molinero, A., Baker, P.M.A., McGuiness, B., O’Sullivan, L., Diaz, M., Quinlan, L.R., & O’Laighin, G. (2014). Human centered design considerations for connected health devices for the older adult. Journal of Personalized Medicine. 4(2), 245-281. doi:10.3390/jpm4020245.
Sandulli, F.D., Baker, P.M.A., & López Sánchez, J. (2014). Jobs mismatch and productivity impact of information technology. The Service Industries Journal. Published online: 31 Jul 2014. DOI:10.1080/02642069.2014.939638.
Duarte, A.R., Baker, P.M.A., & Sandulli, F.D. (2014). Un marco de análisis para la adopción de sistemas de gestión de aprendizaje en las universidades. Globalización, Competitividad y Gobernabilidad de Georgetown/Universia. 8(1), pp.124-140. doi: 10.3232/GCG.2014.V8.N1.07.
Moon, N.W., Linden, M.A., Bricout, J.C., & Baker, P.M.A. (2014). Telework rationale and implementation for people with disabilities: considerations for employer policymaking. WORK: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment, and Rehabilitation. doi:10.3233/WOR-131819
Sandulli, F.D., Baker, P.M.A., & López Sánchez, J. (2013). Can small and medium enterprises benefit from skill-biased technological change? Journal of Business Research, 66(10), pp. 1976-1982.
Lowe, S.A., Rodríguez-Molinero, A., Glynn, L. Breen, P., Baker, P.M.A, Sanford, J., Jones, B.D., & Olaighin, G. (2013). New technology–based functional assessment tools should avoid the weaknesses and proliferation of manual functional assessments. Journal of Clinical Epidemiology. 66(6), pp. 619-32. doi:10.1016/j.jclinepi.2012.12.003.
Baker, P.M.A., Bricout, J.C., Moon, N.W., Coughlan, B., & Pater, J. (2013, February). Communities of participation: A comparison of disability and aging identified groups on Facebook and LinkedIn. Telematics and Informatics, 30(1), pp. 22-34.
Moon, N.W., & Baker, P.M.A. (2012, September). Assessing stakeholder perceptions of workplace accommodations barriers: results from a policy research instrument. Journal of Disability Policy Studies, 23(2), pp. 94-109.
Ward, A.C., Moon, N.W., & Baker, P.M.A. (2012). Functioning, capability and freedom: a framework for understanding workplace disabilities. Employee Responsibilities and Rights Journal, 24(1), pp. 37-53, doi: 10.1007/s10672-011-9174-2
Ward, A.C., Baker, P.M.A., & Moon, N.W. (2011, May). Issues in workplace accommodations for people with disabilities. Philosophy for Business, No. 67.
Noonan, D.S., Baker, P.M.A., Seavey, A., & Moon N.W. (2011). Where the cathedrals and bazaars are: an index of open source software activity and potential. Journal of Information Technology and Politics, 8(3).
Forman, A.E., Baker, P.M.A., Pater, J., & Smith, K. (2011). Beautiful to me: identity, disability, and gender in virtual environments. International Journal of E-Politics, 2(2), pp. 1-17.
Baker, P.M.A., & Moon, N.W. (2010). Policy development and access to wireless technologies for people with disabilities: results of policy Delphi research. Universal Access in the Information Society (UAIS), 9(3), pp. 227-237.
Baker, P.M.A., Fairchild A.M, & Pater, J. (2010). E-Accessibility and municipal wifi: exploring a model for inclusivity and implementation. International Journal of Information Communication Technologies and Human Development, 2(2), pp. 52-66.
Bricout, J.C., & Baker, P.M.A. (2010). Deploying information and communication technologies (ICT) to enhance participation in local governance for citizens with disabilities. International Journal of Information Communication Technologies and Human Development, 2(2), pp. 34-51.
Bricout, J.C., & Baker, P.M.A. (2010). Leveraging online social networks for people with disabilities in emergency communications and recovery. International Journal of Emergency Management, 7(1), pp. 59-74.
Baker, P.M.A., Hanson, J., & Myhill, W. (2009). The promise of municipal wi-fi and failed policies of inclusion: the disability divide. Information Polity14(1-2), pp. 47-59.
Ward, A.C., Baker, P.M.A., & Moon, N.W. (2009). Ensuring the enfranchisement of people with disabilities. Journal of Disability Policy Studies, 20(2), pp. 79-92.
Baker, P.M.A., & Moon, N.W. (2008, Fall). Wireless technologies and accessibility for people with disabilities: findings from a policy research instrument. Journal of Assistive Technology, 20(3).
Sabata, D., Williams, M., Milchus, K., Baker, P.M.A., & Sanford, J. A. (2008). A retrospective analysis of workplace accommodations: recommendations for addressing functional limitations. Journal of Assistive Technology, 20(1), Spring.
Kaplan, S., Weiss, S., Moon, N.W., & Baker, P.M.A. (2006). A framework for providing telecommuting as a reasonable accommodation: some considerations on a comparative case study. WORK: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation, 27(4).
Baker, P.M.A., Moon, N.W., & Ward, A.C. (2006). Virtual exclusion and telework: barriers and opportunities of technocentric workplace accommodation policy. WORK: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation, 27(4).
Head, L., Baker, P.M.A., Bagwell, B., & Moon, N.W.. (2006). Barriers to evidence based practice in accommodations for an aging workforce. WORK: A Journal of Prevention, Assessment and Rehabilitation, 27(4).
Ward, A.C., & Baker, P.M.A. (2005). Disabilities and impairments: strategies for workplace integration. Behavioral Sciences & the Law, 23(1), pp. 143-60.
Baker, P.M..A., & Bellordre, C. (2003, December). Factors influencing adoption of wireless technologies – key policy issues, barriers and opportunities for people with disabilities. Information Technology and Disabilities, Vol. IX(2).
O’Neil, D.V., & Baker, P.M.A. (2003). The role of institutional motivations in technological adoption: implementation of Dekalb County’s family technology resource center. The Information Society, 19(4), pp. 305-314.
Baker, P.M.A., & Ward, A.C. (2002). Bridging temporal and spatial ‘gaps’: the role of information and communication technologies in defining communities. Information Communication and Society, 5(2), pp. 207-224.
Baker, P.M.A. (2001, May). Policy bridges for the digital divide: assessing the landscape and gauging the dimensions. First Monday, 6(5). Retrieved from http://www.firstmonday.org/issues/issue6_5/
Baker, P.M.A., & O’Neil, D.V. (2001, July). Engaging the community in system building: implementing the DeKalb County’s Family Technology Resource Centers. Community Technology Review.
Baker, P.M.A., & Ward, A.C. (2000, November). Searching for ‘civitas’ in the digital city: community formation and dynamics in the virtual metropolis. National Civic Review, 89(3).
Baker, P.M.A. (1996, May/June). Community networks: new tools for environmental planning. Environment and Planning, pp.11.
Published Books and Parts of Books
Baker, P.M.A., Hanson, J., & Hunsinger, J. (Eds.). (2013). The Unconnected: Social Justice, Participation and Engagement in the Information Society. New York, NY: Peter Lang Publishers.
Baker, P.M.A., Drev, M., & Almeida, M. (2018, Forthcoming). “Post-secondary education and the development of skilled workforces: Comparative Policy Approaches,” In U. Hilpert (Ed.), Diversities of Innovation. United Kingdom: Taylor & Francis Ltd: Routledge.
Bennett, D., Baker, P.M.A., and Mitchell, H. (2016). “New Media and Accessible Emergency Communications: A United States-Based Meta Analysis” In K. Ellis, & M. Kent (Eds.), Disability and social media: Global perspectives. New York: Routledge.
Todd, R.L., Pater, J., & Baker, P.M.A. (2016) (In)accessible learning in virtual worlds. In S. Gregory, M.J.W. Lee, B. Dalgarno, & B. Tynan (Eds.), Learning in Virtual Worlds: Research and Applications. Edmonton, Canada: Athabasca University Press.
Baker, P.M.A., Breznitz, S., Seavey, A., & Bujak, K.R. (2015). 21st century universities as drivers for innovation: the key facets of learning, research, and collaboration. In U. Hilpert (Ed.), Handbook On Politics And Technology. United Kingdom: Taylor & Francis Ltd: Routledge.
Baker, P.M.A. (2013). Attachment, connectivity, and virtual belief communities. In P.M.A. Baker, J. Hanson, & J. Hunsinger, (Eds.) The Unconnected: Social Justice, Participation and Engagement in the Information Society. New York, NY: Peter Lang Publishers.
Forman, A.E., Baker, P.M.A., Pater, J., & Smith, K. (2012). The not so level playing field: disability identity and gender representation in Second Life. In C. Livermore (Ed.), Gender and Social Computing: Interactions, Differences, and Relationships. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
Baker, P.M.A., Fairchild, A., & Pater, J. (2012). E-accessibility and municipal wi-fi: exploring a model for inclusivity and implementation. In S. Chhabra (Ed.), ICTs for Advancing Rural Communities and Human Development: Addressing the Digital Divide (pp. 109-124). doi:10.4018/978-1-4666-0047-8.ch008
Bricout, J. C., & Baker, P.M.A. (2012). Deploying information and communication technologies (ICT) to enhance participation in local governance for citizens with disabilities. In S. Chhabra (Ed.), ICTs for Advancing Rural Communities and Human Development: Addressing the Digital Divide (pp. 91-108). doi:10.4018/978-1-4666-0047-8.ch007
Bricout, J. C., Baker, P.M.A., Ward, A. C., & Moon, N.W. (2011). Teleworking and the disability divide. In International Management Association, USA (Ed.), Global Business: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications: Vol. 4. (pp. 2112-2134). doi:10.4018/978-1-60960-587-2.ch718
Bricout, J.C., Baker, P.M.A., Ward, A.C., & Moon, N.W. (2009). Telework and the disability divide. In E. Ferro, Y.K. Dwivedi, J.R. Gil-Garcia, & M.D. Williams (Eds.), Handbook of Research on Overcoming Digital Divides: Constructing an Equitable and Competitive Information Society. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
Baker, P.M.A., Bell A., & Moon, N.W. (2009). Accessibility issues in municipal wireless networks. In C.G. Reddick (Ed.), Strategies for Local E-Government Adoption and Implementation: Comparative Studies (Advances in E-Government Research Book Series). Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
Baker, P.M.A., and Moon, N.W. (2008). Access barriers to wireless technologies for people with disabilities: issues, opportunities and policy options. In P. Langdon, J.Clarkson, & P. Robinson (Eds.), Designing Inclusive Futures. London, United Kingdom: Springer-Verlag.
Baker, P.M.A., & Moon, N.W. (2008). Policy change and the accommodating workplace: issues, barriers and opportunities. In W.C. Mann (Ed.), Aging, Disability and Independence, Selected Papers from the 4th International Conference on Aging, Disability and Independence. Fairfax, VA: IOS Press.
Baker, P.M.A. & Ward, A.C. (2006). Telework and people with disabilities: developing the ‘e-clusive’ workplace. In A. Anttiroiko, & M. Malkia (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Digital Government. Hershey. PA: Idea Group Publishing.
Baker, P.M.A., & Panagopoulos, C. (2003). Political implications of digital government. In G. Garson, G. David, & A. Pavlichev (Eds.), Digital Government: Principles and Best Practices. Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing.
Baker, P.M.A. (2000). The role of community information in the virtual metropolis: the co-existence of virtual and proximate terrains. In M. Gurstein (Ed.), Community Informatics: Enabling Communities with Information and Communications Technologies. Hershey, PA: Idea Group Publishing.
Baker, P.M.A. (1999, September 25-27). Governance, policy, and wires in the virtual metropolis: policy ramifications of information and communications technologies (ICTs). Published in Proceedings of the Twenty-Seventh Annual Telecommunications Policy Research Conference. Alexandria, VA.
Baker, P.M.A. (1998, November 21-23). Revisiting the role of governance in the virtual metropolis. Paper published in Proceedings of The Fourth Regional Science and Technology Policy Research Symposium: The Knowledge Society, Innovation and Information Region. Chapel Hill, NC.
Baker, P.M.A. (1996, May 14-17). Community networks and regional development. Proceedings of Community Networking ’96: Bringing People Together. Taos, NM.
Baker, P.M.A. (1995, August 21). Regional Information Infrastructure Project (RIIP): the development of community information infrastructure through leveraging of community resources. In Proceedings of Telecommunities ’95 – Equity on the Internet. First Annual General Meeting of Telecommunities Canada. Victoria, BC, Canada.
Horan, T.A., & Baker, P.M.A. (1994). Toward comprehensive APTS evaluations: results of a national workshop. In proceedings of the IVHS America 1994 4th Annual Meeting. Atlanta, GA. Washington, DC: IVHS America.