Research Fellow, Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program, United States Studies Centre
Don Scott-Kemmis is a Research Fellow in the United States Studies Centre's Innovation and Entrepreneurship Program. The focus of his work is innovation policy and management.
Previously he was an Associate Professor at the Australian National University, where he led the Innovation Management and Policy Program, and held research appointments at the University of Sussex and University of Wollongong.
He has taught courses in Innovation Management and Entrepreneurship to postgraduate students at the University of Sydney, ANU and UTS.
He has been a consultant to many national and international organisations, including the FAO, ILO, UNESCO, EU and GIZ.
He was a manager in research and innovation policy branches in the public sector in Australia and a Ministerial Adviser.
He holds degrees from the University of Sydney and University of Sussex.
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