Dr Larry Crump is an award winning researcher, teacher and occasional academic entrepreneur with expertise in international negotiation and international management. He is Deputy Director of the APEC Study Centre at Griffith University, a member of the Griffith Asia Institute, and serves the Department of Business Strategy and Innovation as their Research Ethics Advisor.
His research expertise includes international negotiation especially focused on complex environments such as multilateral, regional and bilateral negotiations between organisations such as the G20, World Trade Organization, APEC, the Pacific Alliance, and the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change. He is particularly interested in data and theory to support the development of negotiation strategy, negotiation turning points, negotiation linkages and managing negotiation complexity.
Larry is regularly acknowledged for his teaching excellence with the Griffith University Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academic) Commendation most recently in 2015, 2016 and 2017.
- Negotiation in complex environments
- Trade treaty negotiation process and outcome
- International organisations