Professor Robyn Morris is an Adjunct Lecturer in the School of Business and Law.
Robyn is an Adjunct Academic in the School of Business and a business professional with over 20 years experience as a business management consultant. She holds a PhD in Organisational Behaviour and Psychology (QUT Brisbane) and a Masters Degree in Economics (Miami University Ohio USA). She is currently on the Board of Business South West (Small Business Centre) and Regional Development Australia South West and a member of the Capes Entrepreneurship and Innovation Collaborative. She previously served on the Australian Centre of Excellence for Local Government (ACELG) Research Advisory Committee and Rural-remote and Indigenous Local Government Reference Group for 6 years.
Robyn's research interests include entrepreneurship and SMEs, regional economic development and issues in local government. Current and recent research in which she has been involved include studies on Emotional Labour in Hospitality Training, Digital Entrepreneurship, Employee Engagement and Discretionary Work Effort in Higher Education and Local Government Governance and Leadership in Regional Development.
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