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Tim Kastelle

  • PhD
  • Associate Professor in Innovation Management
  • University of Queensland
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Research interests

complex adaptive systemscomplex network analysissocial networksevolutionary economicsInnovation

About

I am a Lecturer in Innovation Management for The University of Queensland Business School. You can see my academic profile here. The broad issue that I am interested in is this: what is the impact of innovation on economic growth? I approach this from the perspective of evolutionary economics, which views the economy as an evolving complex system. Analytically, this leads to viewing the economy as a network, and using various forms of network analysis. My current research program is built around the application of complex network analysis to the study of innovation at the levels of the firm, region, sector and nation. I am an Editor of the journal Innovation: Management, Policy & Practice. If you're interested in publishing an article there, please let me know! I also do consulting work. Mostly this consists of network analyses - particularly those aimed at finding links between the structure of firms and their performance in the areas of innovation and strategy. I also work with firms that want to improve their management of innovation even if they're not interested in networks.

Co-authors (20)

Publications (5)

  • Innovation in the Public Sector

    • Stewart-Weeks M
    • Kastelle T
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    2Citations
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  • Abstract Knowledge and Reified Financial Innovation: Building Wisdom and Ethics Into Financial Innovation Networks

    • Rooney D
    • Mandeville T
    • Kastelle T
    N/AReaders
    14Citations
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  • Handbook on the knowledge economy, volume two

    • Rooney D
    • Hearn G
    • Kastelle T
    N/AReaders
    2Citations
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  • Ideas are not innovations

    • Kastelle T
    • Steen J
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    11Citations
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  • Are small world networks always best for innovation?

    • Kastelle T
    • Steen J
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    19Citations
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Professional experience

Associate Professor in Innovation Management

University of Queensland

February 2007 - Present

Education history

PhD

University of Queensland

July 2004 - July 2008(4 years)

MBA (Advanced)

University of Queensland

July 2002 - July 2004(2 years)

AB - Economics

Princeton University

September 1985 - June 1989(4 years)