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Miree, L., Brady, D., & Trocinski, M. (2011). What Bulgarian students believe about academic dishonesty. In N. Delener, L. E. Rivera-Solis, L. Fuxman & F. V. Lu (Eds.), Fulfilling the worldwide sustainability challenge: Strategies, innovations, and perspectives for forward momentum in turbulent times (pp. 111-124). Huntington Station.
Miree, L., & Forget, R. (2000). Selling workplace wellness programs: A model for predicting the cost of stress. In Prevention and human aging (Vol. 1, pp. 221-238). Center for the study of aging.
Miree, L. (2003). An innovative international partnership: A collaborative venture in higher education. Perspectives in Higher Education, 12, 162-167.
Miree, L., Forget, R. (1997). Trends in the tax treatment of charities: The impact on health care institutions. Advances in Health Care Research, 15, 80-87.
Miree, L. (1995). Communities speak up: The attack on the tax exempt status of not for profit hospitals. Advances in Health Care Research, 13, 132-140.
Miree, L., & Schneider, M. (1995). The economic value of health promotion. Advances in Health Care Research, 13, 155-159.
Miree, L. (1995). Providing for the educational needs of health care professionals. West Virginia Nonprofit Advocate, 5(2), 4-5.
Miree, L., & Forget, R. (1995). Selling workplace wellness programs: A model for predicting the cost of employee stress. Advances in Health Care Research, 13, 185‑192.
Miree, L. (1994). The impact of multi institutional arrangements on the tax-exempt status of hospitals. Advances in Health Care Research, 12, 45-51.
Miree, L., & Forget, R. (1994). Measuring the cost of stress. The West Virginia CPA, 40(4), 12-13.
Miree, L., & Forget, R. (1994). Measuring the cost of stress. West Virginia Nonprofit Advocate, 3(2), 3-4.
Miree, L. (1994). Roadblocks to entrepreneurship: Joint ventures and antitrust laws. Advances in Health Care Research, 12, 88-94.
Miree, L., & Spierings, E. H. (1993, April). Noncompliance with follow up and improvement after treatment at a headache center. Headache Journal, 33(4), 205-209.
Miree, L. (1992). Total quality management: Setting targets for higher education. West Virginia Nonprofit Advocate, 2(6), 4-5.
Miree, L., Rosenblum, R., & Tolpin, H. (1989). Changing times, changing theories: The effects of HMOs on hospital usage and ambulatory care. Journal of Ambulatory Care Management, 12(3), 69-75. https://books.google.bg/books?id=-ugVUrJqwvsC&lpg=PA3&dq=miree%20lucia&lr&pg=PA3#v=onepage&q=miree%20lucia&f=false
Miree, L., Rosenblum, R., & Tolpin, H. (1989). The emergence of alternative delivery systems: HMOs in the modern market. Advances in Health Care Research, 46-53.
Miree, L. F., & Galletly, J. E. (2012). Scrums, sprints, spikes and poker: Agility in a Bulgarian software company [Case study # 9B12MC007]. Ivey Publishing.
Galletly, J., Christozov, D., Bonev, S., Karaziozov, V., & Miree, L. (2011). Accreditation: A tale of two systems. In 6th International Conference of Computer Science, Workshop on Supercomputer Architectures and Applications. Ohrid, Macedonia.
Miree, L., Brady, D., & Trocinski, M. (2011). How likely are Bulgarian undergraduate students to be academically dishonest? In The 20th World Business Congress of the International Management Development Association (IMDA) (pp. 458-468). Poznan, Poland.
Miree, L., Brady, D., & Trocinski, M. (2011). What Bulgarian students believe about academic dishonesty. In 13th Global Business And Technology Association Annual International Conference (GBATA ) International Conference. Istanbul, Turkey.
Miree, L. (2010). Selling liberal arts education in the financial crisis. In Annual Conference of Alliance of Universities for Democracy (AUDEM). University of Pécs, Hungary.
Miree, L. (2009). Occupational health: Issues in the “New” European Union. In Annual Conference of the Association for Marketing & Health Care Research. Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Miree, L. (2009). Transitions from the world-of-study to the world-of-work in the new economic environment. In Annual Conference of Alliance of Universities for Democracy (AUDEM), Nov. 8-11. Bursa, Turkey.
Miree, L., Ford, C. (2007). International health adventures: Living as an Ex-patriot . In 4th Annual International Health Conference Stanford University School of Medicine. Palo Alto, CA.
Miree, L. (2006). Health employees: Wealthy employers? In 15th Annual World Business Congress of the International Management Development Association. Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Miree, L. (2006). The new employer mandate: De-stress the workplace. In 7th Conference of the European Academy of Occupational Health Psychology (Vol. 6, p. 172). Dublin, Ireland.
Miree, L. (2002). Effective leadership: Four steps for higher perform. In Eastern European Annual Meeting of Metromedia Stations. Varna, Bulgaria.
Miree, L. (2002). Explorations in international education: A Mid-East experience. In Annual Conference of the Alliance of Universities for Democracy (AUDEM). Timisoara, Romania.
Miree, L., & Ford, C. (2001). Delivering international education programs: Opportunities and challenges. In World Congress of Health Professions. San Juan, Puerto Rico.
Ford, C. W., & Miree, L. (2001). A Partnership in health profession education: Connections between the United States and Israel. In ACE/Adult Higher Education Alliance. Chicago, IL.
Miree, L. (1998). Responsibilities of the not-for-profit hospital: Earning tax exemptions. In Proceedings of the International Management Association (pp. 63-67). Chicago, IL.
Miree, L., & Rutsohn, P. (1997). The campus: A behavioral health center. In Proceedings of the Allied Academies International Conference “Academy of Accounting and Financial Studies”. Maui, Hawaii.
Miree, L. (1996). Creating the productive work environment, or who did hire that person? In The Annual Meeting of the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA). Charleston, West Virginia.
Miree, L. (1996). Developing performance measures that reward service and success. In Statewide Facilitators Network Conference State of West Virginia. Charleston, West Virginia.
Miree, L. (1996). Managed care: What will it hold for nurse anesthetists? In Annual Meeting of the West Virginia Association of Nurse Anesthetists Annual Meeting. White Sulfur Springs, West Virginia.
Miree, L. (1996). Weaving the organizational tapestry: Responding to the changing needs of today’s employee. In Business and Industry Annual Conference of the West Virginia CPA Society. Charleston, West Virginia.
Miree, L. (1995). Keeping the peace: Dealing with problem employees. In The 42nd Annual Congress of the Association of Operating Room Nurses (AORN). Atlanta, Georgia.
Miree, L. (1995). Not-for-profit healthcare institutions and their charitable contributions. In Association for Health Care Research Annual Conference. Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Miree, L. (1981). Employment interviewing: The effects of interviewer training in equal employment opportunity guidelines and sex of interviewee on interviewee ratings. Florida State University.