Stuart J. Thomas

RMIT University - School of Economics, Finance and Marketing

Business

Level 12, 239 Bourke Street

Melbourne, Victoria 3000

Australia

Financial Research Network (FIRN)

C/- University of Queensland Business School

St Lucia, 4071 Brisbane

Queensland

Australia

http://www.firn.org.au

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

4

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275

SSRN CITATIONS

1

CROSSREF CITATIONS

0

Scholarly Papers (4)

1.

How Competitive Evolutionary Dynamics First Created then Ruined Windsurfing

Number of pages: 14 Posted: 26 Feb 2015
Stuart J. Thomas and Jason Potts
RMIT University - School of Economics, Finance and Marketing and RMIT University
Downloads 162 (184,704)

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Innovation overshooting, sports, sports equipment, creative instability

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From Industry Associations to Ecosystem Associations: Blockchain, Interest Groups and Public Choice

Number of pages: 25 Posted: 10 Dec 2018
Chris Berg, Mikayla Novak, Jason Potts and Stuart J. Thomas
RMIT University - School of Economics, Finance and Marketing, RMIT University, RMIT University and RMIT University - School of Economics, Finance and Marketing
Downloads 53 (381,703)
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blockchain, economic coordination, ecosystem, interest groups, governance, Mancur Olson

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Demand Side Absorptive Capacity in Sports Innovation

Number of pages: 23 Posted: 13 Jun 2017
University of Zaragoza, University of Zaragoza, RMIT University and RMIT University - School of Economics, Finance and Marketing
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Industrial Dynamics, Sports Industries, Absorptive Capacity, Innovation Models, Demand

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Absorptive Capacity of Demand in Sports Innovation

Economics of Innovation and New Technology, Forthcoming
Number of pages: 26 Posted: 30 Jun 2017
University of Zaragoza, University of Zaragoza, RMIT University and RMIT University - School of Economics, Finance and Marketing
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Industrial Dynamics, Sports Industries, Absorptive Capacity, Innovation Models, Demand