Dr Stuart Crispin is Associate Dean Learning and Teaching at the Tasmanian School of Business and Economics, University of Tasmania (UTAS), and teaches in the areas of marketing, strategy, and entrepreneurship. Stuart graduated from UTAS in 2000 with a first class honours degree in Commerce. After working for several years in retail marketing, Stuart started teaching at UTAS in 2004. In his teaching Stuart makes extensive use of live cases and problem-based learning, and he has been involved in intensive mode teaching for the last ten years. Stuart doctoral research explored strategic marketing issues in the agriculture, tourism and hospitality industries, specifically exploring the marketing resources of firms, and the use of network relationships to support the sustainability (economic, environmental and social) of these firms. Since the start of 2012, Stuart has been working with colleagues from across UTAS on a multi-disciplinary study of value chains in the agri-foods sector. Stuart has sixteen peer reviewed publications (journal articles and conference papers), as well as several book chapters and case studies.
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