Konstantinos I. Stouras

Stouras Konstantinos

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 (NTUA).

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* NEWS *

NEW: Prizes on Crowdsourcing Platforms: An Equilibrium Analysis of Competing Contests

Revised version: The Role of Participation in Innovation Contests

Research

Design of systems with endogenous entry and applications in innovation and service management

Under Review/Revision

K. I. Stouras, S. Erat, and K. C. Lichtendahl Jr., Prizes on Crowdsourcing Platforms: An Equilibrium Analysis of Competing Contests, v1 (current): November 2019.

K. I. Stouras, J. Hutchison-Krupat and R. O. Chao, The Role of Participation in Innovation Contests, v1: February 2017; v2 (current): August 2019, Major revision: Management Science. [InnoCentive.com data] [Kaggle.com data]

Working Papers

K. I. Stouras, Product Support Forums: Customers as Partners in the Service Delivery, v1 (current): November 2016.

K. I. Stouras, S. Netessine and K. Girotra, First Ranked First To Serve: Strategic Agents in a Service Contest, v1: November 2015; v2 (current): May 2017. [NY Times 2017 article]

Other Research

K. I. Stouras, Crowdsourcing Contests with Private Types and Evaluation Uncertainty, Cambridge Area Computation and Economics Conference (CAEC), Microsoft Research, New England, 2017.

In Preparation

S. Erat and K. I. Stouras, Contests, Solvers and a Platform.

Other Manuscripts

K. I. Stouras, Incentive Design of On-Demand Marketplaces for Service and Innovation, Ph.D. Thesis, INSEAD, 2017.
- Finalist for Best Dissertation Award, INFORMS Technology, Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship (TIMES) Section

K. I. Stouras, Probabilistic Solutions of Partial Differential Equations and their Path Integral Representation: Applications in Stochastic Interest Rate Modeling, Undergraduate Thesis, National Technical University of Athens (NTUA), 2010.

Case Studies and Teaching Materials

All cases are available at Harvard Business Publishing (or similar case distributors) and are accompanied by a detailed Teaching Note and Excel Sheet. Instructor copies are available upon request.

R. Goldberg, O. Yildiz, K. I. Stouras and E. N. Weiss, GidaTez: Grocery Delivery in Turkey, Darden Business School Case, forthcoming, 2019.

K. I. Stouras, K. Girotra and S. Netessine, LiveOps Inc.: The Contact Centre Reinvented, INSEAD Business School Case 6097, October 2014. (see also here)