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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Forthcoming in Management Science, 2021: The Role of Participation in Innovation Contests
Revision invited, December 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 markets with endogenous entry and applications in innovation, services, transportation and retail.
K. I. Stouras, S. Erat, and K. C. Lichtendahl Jr., An Equilibrium Analysis of Competing Contests on Crowdsourcing Platforms, v1: August 2020; v2 (current): December 2020, Revision invited (v1). [INFORMS 2020 video]
- 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.