Jason Potts

Jason Potts is an economic theorist who specializes in problems of economic growth and change. He works in areas of economic evolution, technological change, institutional economics, economics of innovation, economics of cities, and the economics of cultural and creative industries. His current research focuses on innovation in the commons, and on global innovation policy. Potts is a professor of economics at RMIT University, as well as an adjunct associate professor in the School of Economics at the University of Queensland, and an adjunct fellow at the Institute of Public Affairs. He was the 2000 winner of the International Joseph A Schumpeter Prize, has published over 60 articles and six books.

If Only MOOCs Could Add an eHarmony Component

We go to school for an education, not a mate. But if you don’t find a mate at school, you are not getting as much return out of the experience as you can. Which brings us, in a new Danish study, to one issue with online classes …

8 years ago