Publications and Presentations



Keith, D., Taylor, L., Paine, J. (2019). Organizational Poverty in Non-Profit Organizations: Why Do Non-Profits Persistently Underinvest in Organizational Capabilities? Under revise and resubmit with Organization Science

Paine, J., in-progress provisional patent, HanesBrands Proprietary Information, “Method to Iteratively Derive Optimal Minimum Number of Assortments from a Larger Population of Sized Garments.” Applied April 2017

Paine, J. et al. “Column geometry to maximize elution efficiencies for molybdenum-99.” Canadian Patent Office CA2735612, European Patent Office EP2375421, United States PTO US9240253. Jan 19, 2016

Paine, J. Unpublished provisional patent, GE and GNF Proprietary Information, “Elution Mechanisms for Irradiated Molybdenum-99 for the Production of Medical-Grade Technetium”. Applied Jan 2010




Taylor, L and Paine, J (2019). Organizational Poverty in Poverty Organizations. Presentation of research presented at the System Dynamics Seminar Series, MIT Sloan School of Management, Cambridge, MA.

Paine, J. (2018). What keeps nonprofits from investing in capacity? Presentation of research presented at The 37th Annual System Dynamics PhD Colloquium, MIT Sloan School of Management, Cambridge, MA.

Paine, J., Vare, M., Wirtter, D, Green Recalls – White Paper written for Inmar Intelligent Commerce Networks, forming the basis for a presentation at the 2013 Inmar Analytics Forum in Winston-Salem, NC given by Doug Witter and Mark Vare



System Dynamics: Systems Modeling and Thinking for a Complex World
January 13th, 2020
MIT Independent Activities Period seminar, held in Cambridge, MA
This IAP session provided a brief overview of System Dynamics via a presentation and also a hands-on simulation experience, the Fishbanks. It acted as a preview of the more in-depth coverage available in courses offered at MIT Sloan (such as 15.871, 15.872, 15.873).
Supporting Resources:
  • Link to the IAP listing can be found here.
  • Link to the supporting slides and materials
  • Link to the full recording (must have MIT Kerberos login) can be found here.
If you do not have a MIT Kerberos login, a video of the presentation is embedded below (note that the middle hour is the playing of the Fishbanks simulation. The debrief starts at approximately 2:21:45 in the video below).