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Cami Ryan

 

 

Cami Ryan is a Professional Research Associate in the Department of Plant Sciences and Bioresource Policy, Business and Economics at the University of Saskatchewan.

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Innovation Related Publications

Books and Chapters in Books

Phillips, P.W.B., G. Webb, J. Karwandy and Camille D. Ryan. (2013). Innovation in Agri-Food Clusters: from theory to practice. CABI: UK.

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.

Ryan, Camille D. (2008) Evaluating Performance of Research Networks: a socioeconomic framework for assessing funded research projects. Published by: VDM Verlag: Germany.

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 et al (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.

Journal articles

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.

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.

Galushko, Viktoryia and Camille D. Ryan. (2012) “Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) and Knowledge Sharing in Flax Breeding.” Journal of Technology and Globalization.Volume 6. No. 3. Pps: 171-187.

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.

 

Non–peer reviewed publications

Ryan, C. (2011). Launching a social media strategy to advocate for science: is GE3LS* missing the boat? Opinion piece for GELS Newsletter: Emerging GE3LS issues.

Ryan, Camille D. (2009) “Navigating Geographic and Institutional Boundaries: Joint U of C/U of S Post Doctoral Fellowship.” GE3LS Newsletter.

Ryan, Camille D. (2008) “Diffusion, Search and Play: Vega-Redondo’s approach to complex social networks.” Book Review in Science and Public Policy

Bassett, Tony and Cami Ryan. (2005) “Realizing Yields from Publicly Funded Research in Agriculture.” AgBiotech Bulletin. September. Available online at: http://www.agwest.sk.ca/communications/agbiotech_bulletin_archives.html.

Ryan, Camille D. (2005). “Peter McCann.” In Encyclopaedia of Saskatchewan: A Living Legacy. David A. Gauthier, ed. Canadian Plains Research Centre: University of Regina.

Ryan, Cami. (2004). “Saskatoon, Saskatchewan – Agricultural biotech cluster.” The Clustering Alliance. Number 53, May 2004.

Technical reports relevant to academic field

Galushko, V. and C. Ryan (2010). “Intellectual Property Rights (IPRs) and Knowledge Sharing in Flax Breeding.” Report for CAIRN. August.

Ryan, C.D. (2008). “Assessing Scale, Scope and Nature of the IISD Internet Governance Network.” Report for the International Institute for Sustainable Development. January.

Ryan, C.D. and J. S. Katz. (2007). “Western Canadian Functional Food and Natural Health Products Network: a network analysis.” April.

Smyth, S.J., M. Phillipson, H. Furtan and C.D. Ryan. (2006). “Implications and Potential Impacts from the Expiry of Patents on Herbicide Tolerant Canola Varieties.” Research Report for the Saskatchewan Canola Development Commission. June.

Phillips, Peter W.B., Julie Parchewski, Tara Procyshyn, Camille D. Ryan, Jeremy Karwandy and Josefin Kihlberg. (2004) “Agricultural and Life–science Clusters in Canada: An empirical and policy analysis.” Report generated on the Saskatoon agricultural biotechnology cluster for Agriculture and AgriFood Canada (AAFC). March 30.

Peer reviewed presentations

Ryan, C.D. (2012). “Analysis of the Wheat Genomics Research and Breeding Network.” Canadian Triticum Advancement through Genomics (CTAG). November 23. Radisson Hotel, Saskatoon.

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.” Triple Helix Conference X. Indonesia. August 8 – 11.

Ryan, Camille and Kari Doerksen. (2012). “Catching up or falling behind? University-based policy development and issues management in the bioeconomy” International Consortium of Applied Bioeconomy Research (ICABR). Ravello, Italy. June 27.

Ryan, Camille, M. St. Louis and Peter W.B. Phillips. (2012). “Incorporating Social Network Analysis into the Evaluation of ‘Big Science’.” International Society for Professional Innovation Managers (ISPIM). Barcelona, Spain. June 21.

Ryan,Cami. (2012). “Triffid Flax: a drama in three acts” VALGEN Conference. Vancouver. March 7.

Ryan, Cami and Stuart Smyth. (2012). “Regulating PNTs derived out of new plant breeding techniques.” Flax Research Workshop. Banff. February 21.

Ryan, Cami. (2012). “Exploring the social and economic costs of ero tolerance policy on the Canadian producer: the case of Triffid flax.” Flax Day, Crop Production Week. Saskatoon Inn, Saskatchewan. January 9.

Boland, W., P.W.P. Phillips and C.D. Ryan (2011). “Public Private Partnerships and public policy: a comparative social network analysis and policy analysis on competing national systems of innovation.” Triple Helix IX International Conference on The Silicon Valley: Global Model or Unique Anomoly? Stanford University. Palo Alto, California. July 11-14.

Sharma, P. P.W.P. Phillips and C.D. Ryan (2011). “Social capital as an outcome of government’s transformational role in the Triple Helix Model: A Case of a Large-scale S&T project.” Triple Helix IX International Conference on The Silicon Valley: Global Model or Unique Anomoly? Stanford University. Palo Alto, California. July 11-14.

Phillips, P.W.P., W. Boland and C. D. Ryan. (2010). “Centreless Governance and the Management of Global R&D Partnerships and Plant-Genetic Resource Management.” Triple Helix VIII International Conference on University, Industry and Government Linkages. Madrid, Spain. October 22.

Ryan, C and S. Smyth. (2010). “Exploring Social and Trade Impacts of Adventitious Presence (AP): a case study of GM Flax.” Genomics and Society: Ten Years After, Mapping the Societal Genomics Landscape. Amsterdam. May 28.

Phillips, P.W.B. and C. Ryan (2010). “Governance of International Networks: a social network analysis of international institutions related to plant genetic resources.” Political Studies Association Conference - Sixty Years of Political Studies: Achievements and Futures. Edinburgh, Scotland. March 29-30.

Smyth, S. and C. Ryan (2010). “Liability in the Canadian marketplace.” Flax Genomics Workshop. Radisson, Saskatoon. February 24, 2010

Smyth, S. and C. Ryan (2009). “Marketplace Liabilities of Commingling.” Genetically Modified Coexistence Conference. Melbourne, Australia. February 24, 2010

Ryan, Camille D. (2009). “Integrating qualitative with output factors in the evaluation of research collaborations.” INSNA Sunbelt XXIX. Bahia Resort Hotel, San Diego, California. March 11.

Ryan, Camille D., Cooper H. Langford and Ben Li. (2008) “Attracting and Retaining Creativity in the Calgary City Region.” The Society for Social Studies of Science (4S). Rotterdam, The Netherlands. August 21.

Ryan, Camille D., Cooper H. Langford and Ben Li. (2008) “Attracting ‘Creative’ Drive: key influences on the Calgary Innovation System.” ISRN 10th Annual Conference. Hotel Omni Mont-Royal. May 2.

Ryan, Camille D. (2008). “Network Structure and Performance: a social network analysis of Genome Canada funded research projects.” GE3LS International Symposium. The Westin, Calgary, Alberta. April 29.

Ryan, Camille D. and P.W.B. Phillips. (2006). “Assessing Economic and Social Impacts of Synchrotron Science: exploring the CLS Network using the social network analysis tool.” The Common Ground Technology & Citizenship Symposium. McGill University. Montreal, Quebec. June 8-9.

Ryan, Camille D. (2006). “Using Social Network Analysis to Explore and Predict Performance in Public-Private Partnerships: a case-based analysis of Government Funded Research Networks.” Sunbelt XXVI. Vancouver, B.C. April 25-30.

Ryan, Camille D. (2005). “Knowledge Creation, Exchange and Output in Research Networks.” Canadian Agricultural Innovation Research Network (CAIRN) Workshop Public Institutions and Management of Intellectual Property. Toronto, Ontario. December 14.

Ryan, Camille D. and Peter W.B. Phillips. (2005). “Using Social Network Analysis to Explore and Predict Performance in Public-Private Collaborations: a case-based analysis of Genomics-based R&D networks.” Centre for Comparative and International Studies: Applications in Social Network Analysis. Zurich, Switzerland. October 20-22.

Ryan, Camille D. and Stuart Smyth. (2005). “Facilitating Innovation in Agricultural Biotechnology: An Examination of the Ag-West Bio Inc. Governance Model.” 9th ICABR International Conference on Agricultural Biotechnology: Ten Years Later. Ravello (Italy), July 6 – 10. Available online at: http://www.economia.uniroma2.it/conferenze/icabr2005/papers/Smyth_Stuart_1.pdf.

Coenen, Lars, Jerker Moodysson, Camille D. Ryan, Bjørn Asheim and Peter W.B. Phillips. (2005). “Knowledge bases and spatial patterns of collaboration: comparing the pharma and agro-food bioregions Scania and Saskatoon.” Presentation at the The Inaugural Nordic Geographers Meeting. Lund, Sweden. May 10 – 14.

Coenen, Lars, Jerker Moodysson, Camille D. Ryan, Bjørn Asheim and Peter W.B. Phillips. (2005). “Knowledge bases and spatial patterns of collaboration: comparing the pharma and agro-food bioregions Scania and Saskatoon.” Presentation at the Bringing Science to Life: an international conference on commercializing biomedical research. Rotman School of Business and the Centre for Innovation Law and Policy. Toronto, Canada. April 29th-May 1.

Coenen, Lars, Jerker Moodysson, Camille D. Ryan, Bjørn Asheim and Peter W.B. Phillips. (2005). “Knowledge bases and spatial patterns of collaboration: comparing the pharma and agro-food bioregions Scania and Saskatoon.” Paper prepared for the 2005 Annual Meeting of the AAG (American Association of Geographers). Denver, Colorado. April 5-9.

Ryan, Camille D., (2004). “From Ag Biotech to Genomics: the evolution of the Saskatoon Cluster.” Presentation at the 7th Annual Conference of The Competitiveness Institute – Building Innovative Clusters for Competitive Advantage. September 27 – October 1.

Non-peer reviewed presentations:

Ryan, Camille D. (2010). “Mapping and evaluating integration between science and social science: a scan of the ABC World.” Valgen Workshop. Rimrock. Banff. January 28-30.

Ryan, Camille D. (2008). “Navigating the Statistical Divide: Aligning Statscan CMA-based Sectoral Results with Project Output.” Innocom. Kananaskis, Alberta. September 29 – 30.

Ryan, Camille D. (2008). “The Network Metaphor and Collaborative Relationships amongst Scientists.” Communication and Culture Colloquium Series (Triple C). February 29.

Ryan, Camille D. (2006). “Social Network Analysis as a Tool for Predicting and Evaluating Performance: a case study and exercise.” InfoConference. National Research Council Information Services (NIS). Ottawa, Ontario. October 23 – 27, 2006.

Ryan, Camille D., (2005). “Knowledge Creation, Exchange and Output in Research Networks.” Canadian Agriculture Innovation Research Network’s Workshop on Public Institutions and Management of Intellectual Property Rights. Toronto. December 13-14.

Ryan, Camille D., (2005). “Knowledge Management, Social Networks and Project Performance: examining the FPMI network through the social network analysis lens.” Poster presentation at the Functional Pathogenomics of Mucosal Immunity Final Annual General Meeting. October 20 & 21. Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization (VIDO), Saskatoon.

Seminar Presentations:

2008. “The Network Metaphor and Collaborative Relationships amongst Scientists.” Communication and Culture Colloquium Series (Triple C). University of Calgary. February 29.

2006. “Utilizing Social Network Analysis to Assess Knowledge Exchange Capacity of Organizational Teams.” InfoConference. National Research Council Information Services (NIS). Ottawa, Ontario. October 23 – 27. “Using social network analysis to predict performance in research networks: case base analyses of select Genome Prairie projects.” Seminar Presentation. Plant Biotechnology Institute, National Research Council. Saskatoon. March 22.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

    

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