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Dr. Andrea Migone is Assistant Professor in the Department of Politics and Public Administration. He holds a PhD and a Master of Arts (MA), both in Political Science, from Simon Fraser University, as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Genoa (Italy). In addition, he completed a Certificate in European Law and Policy from the University of Genoa, a Diploma in International Marketing and European Union Law from IAL (Savona, Italy), and was a Post-Doctoral Fellow at Simon Fraser University studying the comparative public policy framing and regulation of genomics-assisted markers in the wine industry, and the uptake of innovation policy in the sector.
Prior to joining the Department of Politics and Public Administration, Dr. Migone was Director of Research and Outreach at the Institute of Public Administration of Canada (IPAC). There he worked closely with both Canadian and international public servants from many jurisdictional and functional backgrounds. He was also a consultant with the federal Office of Indian Residential Schools Resolution Canada and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission where he fostered a long-standing commitment to supporting the development of Indigenous communities.
Dr. Migone's research interests lie in public administration, procurement, government innovation, public sector renewal, political economy, Indigenous governance and policy advisory systems.
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