Associate Professor Damian Hine
Damian Hine
Associate Professor in Strategy
  • PhD (Southern Cross University)
  • MBA (The University of Queensland)
  • DipEd (The University of Queensland)
  • BA (The University of Queensland)
Ph: 
+61 7 3346 8162
Room 517, Joyce Ackroyd Building, St. Lucia Campus

    Research interests

    Dynamic capabilities in firms
    Strategic, change focussed capabilities in volatile environments.
    Productivity and Innovation in firms and industries
    Innovation and productivity for competitiveness – in industries including mining, mining exploration, horticulture and biotechnology.

    Publications

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    Major research grants

    Title Agency Year Amount
    Genomics in Society NH&MRC 2016-2018 $600,000
    Capturing Coral Reef and Related Ecosystem Services World Bank 2016-2018 $420,000
    Dynamic capabilities and business model innovation in China Chinese National Natural Science Foundation 2016-2017 $105,000
    Supporting developments of the cultured pearl industries in Fiji and Tonga Pacific Agribusiness Research for Development Initiative 2015 $51,264
    Transformational innovation performance analysis Horticulture Australia Limited 2013-2015 $161,297
    Building pearl aquaculture business skills and community based industry development in the Pacific Secretariat of the Pacific Community 2013-2014 $53,396
    LP0776386 A comparative study of knowledge transfer systems and their contribution to knowledge transfer and diffusion, innovation and socioeconomic transformation ARC Linkage Grant 2007-2010 $1,013,000
    Extending teaching and learning initiatives in the cross-disciplinary field of biotechnology Australian Learning and Teaching Council 2007-2009 $100,000
    United States Advanced Technology Program Data Enclave on Innovation National Institute for Standards and Technology 2007-2009 $60,000
    LP0668162 A cross-national comparison of novel market-pull technology transfer programs which facilitate research organisation commercialisation through dynamic SMEs. ARC Linkage Grant 2006-2008 $133,000