BA LLB (Adelaide) PhD (Cambridge)
Roy Green is Dean and Professor of Management at the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) Business School. Roy took his undergraduate degrees at the University of Adelaide and a PhD in economics at the University of Cambridge, where he was a Research Fellow during the 1980s, and he has worked subsequently in universities and government in Australia, the UK and Ireland. Roy has published widely in the areas of innovation policy, business and management education and industry and regional development. He has also undertaken projects with industry and OECD, European Commission and Enterprise Ireland. Roy is chair of the Australian Government’s Innovative Regions Centre and CSIRO Manufacturing Sector Advisory Council, and a member of the Enterprise Connect Advisory Council, Australian Bureau of Statistics Innovation Reference Group, and advisory boards for the ARC Centre for Creative Industries and Innovation, Society for Knowledge Economics, Australian Centre for Design and Centre for Policy Development. He was lead author of the Business Council of Australia’s 2006 report, ‘New Pathways to Prosperity: An Innovation Framework for Australia’ and he conducted the Australian Government’s 2008 Review of the Textile, Clothing and Footwear Industries. He also led Australian participation in a recent global study of management practice and productivity for the Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research, and most recently joined the Prime Minister’s Manufacturing Taskforce. He is currently leading a project by the Australian Business Deans Council on ‘The Future of Management Education’.