Richard Woolley
Richard Woolley
INGENIO (CSIC-UPV) Universitat Politècnica de València
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Risky business: A few provocations on the regulation of electronic gaming machines
C Livingstone, R Woolley
International gambling studies 7 (3), 361-376, 2007
The relevance and role of gaming machine games and game features on the play of problem gamblers
C Livingstone, R Woolley
Australian Institute for Primary Care and Ageing (LaTrobe), 2008
Scientific research groups’ cooperation with firms and government agencies: motivations and barriers
I Ramos-Vielba, M Sánchez-Barrioluengo, R Woolley
The Journal of Technology Transfer 41, 558-585, 2016
How do researchers generate scientific and societal impacts? Toward an analytical and operational framework
P D’Este, I Ramos-Vielba, R Woolley, N Amara
Science and Public Policy 45 (6), 752-763, 2018
Mobility matters: Research training and network building in science
R Woolley, T Turpin, J Marceau, S Hill
Comparative Technology Transfer and Society 6 (3), 159-184, 2008
Mapping Internet gambling: Emerging modes of online participation in wagering and sports betting
R Woolley
International Gambling Studies 3 (1), 3-21, 2003
Definition and incidence of problem gambling, including the socio-economic distribution of gamblers
M Dickerson, J McMillen, E Hallebone, R Volberg, R Woolley
Melbourne: Victorian Casino and Gaming Authority, 3, 1997
Towards a socio‐economics of the brain drain and distributed human capital
C Cañibano, R Woolley
International Migration 53 (1), 115-130, 2015
On gambling research, social science and the consequences of commercial gambling
C Livingstone, P Adams, R Cassidy, F Markham, G Reith, A Rintoul, ...
International Gambling Studies 18 (1), 56-68, 2018
Cross-sector research collaboration in Australia: the Cooperative Research Centres Program at the crossroads
T Turpin, R Woolley, S Garrett-Jones
Science and Public Policy 38 (2), 87-97, 2011
CV analysis as a complementary methodological approach: Investigating the mobility of Australian scientists
R Woolley, T Turpin
Research Evaluation 18 (2), 143-151, 2009
Research collaboration in the social sciences: What factors are associated with disciplinary and interdisciplinary collaboration?
R Woolley, M Sánchez-Barrioluengo, T Turpin, J Marceau
Science and Public Policy 42 (4), 567-582, 2015
Conduits of knowledge in the Asia Pacific: research training, networks and country of work
T Turpin, R Woolley, J Marceau, S Hill
Asian Population Studies 4 (3), 247-265, 2008
Into the zone: Innovating in the Australian poker machine industry
R Woolley, C Livingstone
Global Gambling, 50-75, 2009
Temporary migration and skills formation in the trades: a provisional assessment.
P Toner, R Wooley
People and Place 16 (3), 47-57, 2008
Australian gambling comparative history and analysis
V Casino, G Authority
Australian Institute for Gambling Research, University of Western Sydney …, 1999
House edge: hold percentage and the cost of EGM gambling
R Woolley, C Livingstone, K Harrigan, A Rintoul
International Gambling Studies 13 (3), 388-402, 2013
Perspectives and debates on vocational education and training, skills and the prospects for innovation
P Toner, R Woolley
Federación Española de Sociología, 2016
Nanotechnology researchers’ collaboration relationships: A gender analysis of access to scientific information
A Villanueva-Felez, R Woolley, C Cañibano
Social studies of science 45 (1), 100-129, 2015
Scientists across the boundaries: National and global dimensions of scientific and technical human capital (STHC) and policy implications for Australia
T Turpin, R Woolley, J Marceau
Asian and Pacific Migration Journal 19 (1), 65-86, 2010
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