“CV”

CamiPic004“CV” is the acronym for curriculum vitae…a fancy-schmancy term used by academics in reference to their version of the ‘résumé’.   According to Wikipedia, curriculum vitae is a Latin expression which can be loosely translated as [the] course of [my] life.  Here’s a summary of mine. If you would like to see the 25-page-plus sleep-inducing extended version, contact me. 🙂

For a concise overview of my education, experience, see: CDRYAN short cv Dec 2015

Scholarly and Professional Work

A. Books/Manuscripts:

  • Phillips, P.W.B., G. Webb, J. Karwandy and Camille D. Ryan. (2013). Innovation in Agri-Food Clusters: from theory to practice. CABI: UK.
  • Ryan, Camille D. (2008) Evaluating Performance of Research Networks: a socioeconomic framework for assessing funded research projects. Published by: VDM Verlag: Germany.

B. Peer reviewed journal articles:

  • Clark, Lisa F., Keet, Michaela, and Camille D. Ryan. (2015). “Mediating the GM Foods Debate: Lessons from the Enduring Conflict Framework.” Journal of Food Law and Policy. Volume 11. Pps: 229-251.
  • Ryan, Camille D., Michael St. Louis and P.W.B. Phillips (2014). “Incorporating network analysis into evaluation of innovation in ‘big science’: networks of scholars affiliated with the Canadian Light Source Synchrotron.” International Journal of Innovation Management. Volume 18, Issue 5.
  • Clark, Lisa, Camille D. Ryan and W. Kerr. (2014). “Direct Democracy, Sub-national Governments and the Re-Energized GMO Debate: Implications of California’s Proposition 37.” AgBioForum, Volume 16, Number 3
  • Ryan, Camille and Kari Doerksen. (2013). “Apathy and Online Activism: An Impetus for Science and Science Communication?” International Journal of Technology, Knowledge and Society. Volume 9.
  • Bubela, T., Paul N. Schofield, Camille D. Ryan, Rhiannon Adams and David Einhorn. (2013). “Managing Intellectual Property to Promote Pre-Competitive Research: the mouse as a model for constructing a robust research commons.” Journal of Law, Information and Science. Volume 20, Issue 1.
  • Boland, W., P.W.B. Phillips, C. Ryan and S. McPhee-Knowles. (2012). Collaboration and the generation of new knowledge in networked innovation systems: a bibliometric analysis. Social and Behavioural Sciences. Volume 52. Pps: 15-24.
  • Ryan, Cami, Jillian McDonald and Stuart Smyth (2012). “Assessing the Influence of International Agreements on the Development of Science-based Regulatory Systems in Transition Economies.” Journal of International Law and Trade Policy.Volume 13,No.2. pp 216-242.
  • Galushko, Viktoryia and Camille D. Ryan. (2012) “Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) and Knowledge Sharing in Flax Breeding.” International Journal of Technology and Globalization. Volume 6. No. 3. Pps: 171-187.
  • Ryan, Cami and Stuart Smyth (2012). “Economic Implications of Low Level Presence in a Zero Tolerance European Import Market: The Case of Canadian Triffid Flax.” AgBioForum.15(1) pps: 21-30.
  • Ryan, Camille D., B. Li and Cooper H. Langford. (2011). “Innovative Workers in Relation to the City: the case of a Natural Resource-based Centre (Calgary).” City, Culture and Society. Volume 2, Issue 1. Pps: 45-54.
  • Ryan, Camille D. and Stuart J. Smyth.  (2010). “Facilitating Innovation in Agricultural Biotechnology: An Examination of the Ag-West Biotech Governance Model, 1989-2004.” AgBioForum. Volume 13, Number 2, Article 9. http://www.agbioforum.org/v13n2/v13n2a09-smyth.htm
  • Coenen, Lars, Jerker Moodysson, Camille D. Ryan, Bjørn Asheim and Peter W.B. Phillips.  (2006). “Knowledge bases and spatial patterns of collaboration: comparing the pharma and agro-food bioregions Scania and Saskatoon.” Industry and Innovation.  Volume 13, Number 4.  pps 393-414.
  • Ryan, Camille D. and Peter W.B. Phillips (2004). “Knowledge management in advanced technology industries: An examination of international agricultural biotechnology clusters.” Environment and Planning C, Government and Policy. London, England. Volume 22 (2) April, 217 – 232.

C. Peer reviewed book chapters/reports:

  • Ryan, Camille D., Ben Li, and Cooper H. Langford. (2014). “Exploring “Creative” Talent in a Natural Resource-Based Centre: The Case of Calgary.” In Seeking Talent for Creative Cities: The Social Dynamics of Innovation (Jill Grant, editor). University of Toronto Press.
  • Ryan, Camille D. (2014). “Agriculture, Science and Public Perceptions of Biotechnology.” Report for Genome Prairie. August. Available online at: http://www.genomeprairie.ca/files/8214/1265/1492/GP_SCI_COMM_Final_Web.pdf.
  • Babuscio, Teresa, William Hill, Camille D. Ryan and Stuart Smyth. (forthcoming). “The Canadian and European Union Impacts from the Detection of GM Flax.” In Conference on Coexistence between Genetically Modified (GM) and non-GM based Agricultural Supply Chains proceedings (in press).
  • Phillips, P. W. B., Bill Boland and C.D. Ryan (2012). “Public Private Producer Partnerships in Canada (4Ps).” Report for Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada.
  • Ryan, C. with H. Creech. (2012). “Experiment with Social Network Analysis: Assessing the scope and scale of IISD’s relationships on Internet governance to test the usefulness of social network analysis for network evaluation.” International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD). Available online at: http://www.iisd.org/pdf/2012/social_network_analysis.pdf.
  • Ryan, C.D. (2014). “Biotechnology communications, mythmaking and the media.” In Handbook on Agriculture, Biotechnology and Development. Edward Elgar.
  • Ryan, C.D. and A. McHughen. (2014). “Tomatoes, potatoes and flax: implications of withdrawn products.” In Handbook on Agriculture, Biotechnology and Development. Edward Elgar.
  • Gaisford, J., W. Kerr, P.W.B. Phillips and C.D. Ryan. (2011). “High-tech clustering in Canada.” In Industrial Organization in Canada: Empirical Evidence and Policy Challenges. Industry Canada. McGill-Queen’s University Press. Pps: 284-335.
  • Camille D. Ryan and P.W.B. Phillips. (2008). “Evaluating Knowledge Management Capacity in R&D Networks: Social network analyses of Genome Canada projects.” In Applications of Social Network Analysis ASNA 2005.  Uwe Serdült and Volker Täube (eds).  Pps: 233-254.
  • Phillips, P.W.B., Camille D. Ryan, Jeremy Karwandy, Tara Lynn Procyshyn and Julie Lynn Parchewski. (2008). “The Saskatoon Agricultural-biotechnology Cluster.” In Handbook of Research on Clusters: Theories, Policies and Case Studies.  Karlsson, C. (ed). Aldershot, UK and Brookfield, U.S: Edward Elgar. Pps: 239 – 252.
  • Phillips, P.W.B. and Camille D. Ryan.  (2007). “The Role of Clusters in Driving Innovation.” In the Handbook of Best Practices for Management of Intellectual Property in Health and Agriculture, Krattiger etal (eds).  The Centre for the Management of IP in Health R&D (MIHR) and the Public Intellectual Property Resource for Agriculture (PIPRA) (supported through the Rockefeller Foundation). Pps 281 – 294.
  • Phillips, P.W.B. and Camille D. Ryan.  (2007). “Building clusters: exploring public policy options for supporting regional innovation.” In the Handbook of Best Practices for Management of Intellectual Property in Health and Agriculture, Krattiger etal (eds).  The Centre for the Management of IP in Health R&D (MIHR) and the Public Intellectual Property Resource for Agriculture (PIPRA) (supported through the Rockefeller Foundation). Pps 317 – 336.
  • Phillips, P.W.B., Camille D. Ryan, Jeremy Karwandy, Tara L. Procyshyn and Julie L. Parchewski. (2005). “Quantitative Cluster Analysis: from theory to practice.” In Global Networks and Local Linkages: the paradox of cluster development in an open economy. Published for the School of Policy Studies, McGill–Queen’s University Press for the School of Policy Studies, Queen’s University. Pp 57– 82.
  • Ryan, Camille D. and Peter W.B. Phillips (2003). “Intellectual property management in clusters: A framework for analysis.” In Clusters Old and New – – The Transition to a Knowledge Economy in Canada’s Regions, Kingston and Montreal: McGill– Queen’s University Press for the School of Policy Studies, Queen’s University. Pp 95-120.

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