G. Bruce Doern
Distinguished Research Professor Emeritus
Dr. Bruce Doern is Distinguished Research Professor in the School and also Professor Emeritus in the Politics Department at the University Exeter in the UK.
He continues to actively research and publish in several fields of Canadian, comparative and international public policy and governance including; environment, energy, science, technology and innovation, biotechnology; food and health; regulation, public budgeting, trade, and intellectual property.
He has authored, co-authored, and co-edited 11 books since formally retiring from the School in 2008 (see CV). This includes a continuing involvement in co-editing How Ottawa Spends, the School’s annual review of Canadian budgetary and policy
He is presently nearing competition of a book manuscript (co-authored with David Castle and Peter Phillips) titled Innovation Economy and Society Nexus: Canadian S&T and Innovation Policy, Governance and Democracy.
He has also been involved in 2014-2015 in the School’s Regulatory Governance Initiative (RGI) on Railway-Shipper Relations in the context of the 2015 review of the Canada Transportation Act by a federal review panel.