Konstantinos Stouras is Assistant Professor of Operations Management at UCD,
Michael Smurfit Graduate Business School. Konstantinos specializes in technology management and innovation. His research examines crowd-based innovation models, and the impact of
on-demand marketplaces and online communities in the digital transformation of the service industry. Konstantinos holds a Ph.D. in
Operations Management from INSEAD and graduate degrees in Financial Engineering, and Applied Mathematics
and Physics from the National Technical
University of Athens (ΕΜΠ).
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Minor Revision, Management Science (v3 September 2020): The Role of Participation in Innovation Contests
Journal version (v2 August 2020): An Equilibrium Analysis of Competing Contests on Crowdsourcing Platforms (Preliminary version accepted at ACM EC'20 Conference)
Darden Case on Crowdsourcing Grocery Delivery: GidaExpress: Grocery Delivery in Turkey
Design of systems with endogenous entry and applications in innovation and service management
S. Erat and K. I. Stouras, Contests, Solvers and a Platform.
- Finalist for Best Dissertation Award, INFORMS Technology, Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship (TIMES) Section
All cases are available at Harvard Business Review (or similar case distributors) and are accompanied by a detailed Teaching Note and Excel Sheet. Instructor copies are available upon request.