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Researcher: Crispin, SH (Dr Stuart Crispin)

Fields of Research

Business systems in context
Impacts of tourism
Tourism management
Higher education
Entrepreneurship
Consumer-oriented product or service development
Tourism marketing
Other education
Business information management (incl. records, knowledge and intelligence)
Agricultural economics
Environmental management
Agriculture, land and farm management
Business information systems
Ship and platform structures (incl. maritime hydrodynamics)
Logistics
Science, technology and engineering curriculum and pedagogy
Tourist behaviour and visitor experience
Animal management
Food packaging, preservation and processing

Research Objectives

Socio-cultural issues in tourism
Learner and learning
Tourism services
Field grown vegetable crops
Marketing
Environmental policy, legislation and standards
Tourism infrastructure development
Other commercial services and tourism
Expanding knowledge in engineering
Productivity (excl. public sector)
Economic issues in tourism
Environmentally sustainable commercial services and tourism
Management
Basic aluminium products
Management and productivity
Technological and organisational innovation
Other environmental management
Other animal production and animal primary products
Control of pests, diseases and exotic species in terrestrial environments

Career Best Publications

Birds in Flight: Reconceptualising Servicescapes in Ecotourism; The Australian and New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference
Exploring the Link Between Legitimation Theory and Corporate Image: The 'Greening' of Forestry Tasmania; ANZMAC 2002
Pacific Dunlop and path dependency: An explanation, a test and a problem; ANZAM Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management 2001: Closing the Divide
Pacific Dunlop: Caught on the half volley; Strategic Management Competitiveness and Globalisation
Responsal routinization: Environmental responsibility in the annual reports of one Australian company; Ninth Greening of Industry Conference

Research Publications

A model of integrated support for students' retention and success in higher education; 2019 Students, Transitions, Achievement, Retention & Success (STARS) Conference
Applying an Entrepreneurial Marketing Perspective to Agricultural Value Chains; The 26th Global Research Symposium on Marketing and Entrepreneurship
Asian Export of Branded King Island Wallaby: Stage One Proof of Concept
Birds in Flight: Reconceptualising Servicescapes in Ecotourism; The Australian and New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference
Branding as innovation within agribusiness value chains; Journal of Research in Marketing and Entrepreneurship
Ecotourism and strategic management: the current state of play; CAUTHE Conference
Ecotourism: The Need for a Strategic Management Focus; New Zealand Tourism and Hospitality Research Conference
Entrepreneurship's relevance to marketing; Journal of Research in Marketing and Entrepreneurship
Exploring the Link Between Legitimation Theory and Corporate Image: The 'Greening' of Forestry Tasmania; ANZMAC 2002
Food and wine events in Tasmania, Australia; Food and Wine Festivals and Events Around the World
Local perceptions of the reimaging process: The case of the Sullivans Cove waterfront precinct; Journal of Place Management and Development
NW Veg 3PL Tasmania - NSW Veg Value Chain Analysis Final Report
Pacific Dunlop and path dependency: An explanation, a test and a problem; ANZAM Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management 2001: Closing the Divide
Pacific Dunlop: Caught on the half volley; Strategic Management Competitiveness and Globalisation
Proceedings of the 2010 CAUTHE Conference; CAUTHE 2010
Reimaging Hobarts' waterfront precinct: Local interest group perceptions; International Cultural and Event Tourism Conference
Responsal routinization: Environmental responsibility in the annual reports of one Australian company; Ninth Greening of Industry Conference
Student experiences of threshold capability development in an engineering unit with intensive mode; 26th Annual Conference of the Australasian Association for Engineering Education (AAEE2015)
Students' experiences of threshold capability development with intensive mode teaching; HERDSA 2016: The Shape of Higher Education
Tensions over the triple bottom line: The complexity of achieving economic, social and environmental sustainability in the business strategy of small ecotourism firms; The 14th Annual International Sustainable Development Research Conference
Threshold capability development in intensive mode business units; Education and Training
To Teach or Try: A continuum of approaches to entrepreneurship education in Australasia; American Journal of Entrepreneurship

Research Projects

Asian export of branded King Island wallaby (1) Proof of concept

Research Candidate Supervision

Comparing cross-culture dimensions in customer perception of sustainable tourism products
Exploring Reputation Management in an Episodic Event Organisation- The Case of Targa Tasmania
Managing Customer Expectations in the 5 Star Service Sector in Rural and Regional Australia
Promoting Awareness of Environmental Sustainability Initiatives Among Hospital Managers