Rebekah Harms

Higher Degree by Research Candidate

School of Humanities

Faculty of Arts, Business, Law and Economics


With the decline in South Australia's traditional manufacturing economy, successive state governments have sought to strengthen and diversify the economy by marketing the state as a hub for science and technology innovation. The aim of my PhD thesis is to explore the history surrounding such innovation policies from 1980 to the present. I will also investigate the political, economic, social and cultural factors which have shaped these innovation policies.

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    2021 Ankeny, R., & Harms, R. (2021). Focus groups on consumers' responses to the use of New Breeding Techniques (NBTs) in food production.

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