Käte Hamburger Kolleg / Centre for Global Cooperation Research
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Prof. Dr. Larry Crump joined the Käte Hamburger Kolleg / Centre for Global Cooperation Research as a Senior Fellow. He conducted his research in Research Unit 3 “Global Governance Revisited” for a total period of nine month between March 2016 until June 2017.
Global Governance Revisited via Three Levels of Analysis
Can G20 negotiations offer insight into international organization legitimacy and inclusion? Regional arrangements have become prominent in global governance – how can regional organisations be strengthened? Can linkage theory offer insights about strategic challenges within a network of bilateral trade negotiation? Revisiting global governance is a primary theme operating throughout this three-level research programme.
- Managing complex negotiations
- Multilateral negotiations at the global and regional level
- Negotiation micro-processes: negotiation strategy, turning points, temporal dimensions of linkage dynamics, pre-negotiation and negotiation closure, etc.
- Effective management of regional organizations
- Regional associations such as the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (Singapore), the Pacific Alliance (Latin America), the Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat (Suva Fiji), the Union for the Mediterranean (Barcelona Spain), etc.
- Global organisations such as the G20, the World Trade Organization, the General Agreement on Tarriffs and Trade, and the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change
- Bilateral trade treaty negotiations between national governments
- Turning points and international environments: Multilateral negotiations in the GATT and the WTO (with Dan Druckman)
- Achieving closure in bilateral free trade agreements: Observations from APEC member FTA negotiations
- Towards a theory of negotiation precedent
- Precedents in negotiated decisions: Korea – Australia Free Trade Agreement negotiations (with Don Moon)
- Global Summit Prenegotiation: The G20 Chair and the Global Economic Steering Committee (with Christian Downie)
- Global governance revisited: Negotiation linkage strategies
- Global governance revisited: Strengthening regional institutions
|Since 1995||Griffith University, Australia
APEC Study Centre, Griffith Business School
|2014-2015||Kyung Hee University, South Korea
College of International Studies
Professor (International Scholar)
|1986-1994||International Management Consultant (Independent Contractor)
|1986-1994||Sophia University, Tokyo, Japan
|1985-1986||The Work Institute, Seattle, USA and Tokyo, Japan
Crump, Larry and Daniel Druckman (2016): 'Turning points and international environments: Multilateral negotiations in the GATT and the WTO', in: International Negotiation 21 (1): 1–42.
Crump, Larry (2015): 'Analyzing complex negotiations', in: Negotiation Journal 31 (2): 131–53.
Crump, Larry and Downie, C. (2015): 'Understanding climate change negotiations', in: International Negotiation 20 (1): 146–74.
Crump, Larry (2014): 'Second South American conference on the environment', in: R. Lewicki, B. Barry, and D. Saunders (eds.), Negotiation: Readings, Exercises and Cases (7th ed.), New York: McGraw-Hill/Irwin.
Crump, Larry (2014): 'Adam Smith in a warmer world: Climate change, multilateral trade and national food security', in: Prometheus 32 (3): 297–318.
Crump, Larry (2014): 'Planning and managing the negotiations exercise', in: Journal of Organizational Behavior Education 7: 19–50.
Crump, Larry (2013): 'International trade negotiations', in: M. Olekalns and W. Adair (eds.), Handbook of Research on Negotiation, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Edgar.
Crump, Larry and Druckman, D. (2012): 'Turning points in multilateral trade negotiations on intellectual property', in: International Negotiation 17 (1): 9–35.
Crump, Larry (2011): 'Negotiation process and negotiation context', in: International Negotiation 16 (2): 197–227.
Crump, Larry (2010): 'Strategically managing negotiation linkage dynamics', in: Negotiation and Conflict Management Research 3 (1): 3–27.
Crump, L. and Susskind, L. (eds.) (2008): Multiparty Negotiation: Organizational and International Negotiation, vol IV, London: Sage, in association with the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School.
Crump, L. and Susskind, L. (eds.) (2008): Multiparty Negotiation: An Introduction to Theory and Practice, vol I, London: Sage, in association with the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School.
Crump, L. and J.S. Odell (2008): 'Analyzing complex U.S. trade negotiations', in: Negotiation Journal 24 (3): 355–69.
- International Negotiation
- International Business Negotiation
- International Negotiation and Global Governance
- Comparative Management
- Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (Canberra), Lecturer on negotiation strategy in the bi-annual Trade Policy Course (2010–2015)
- European Commission (Brussels), Lecturer on negotiating in complex environments (focus on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership negotiations, 2014)
- Colombia Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores (Bogota), Lecturer in negotiation strategy (2014)
- Asia Pacific Management Centre (Brisbane), Seminar Facilitator on managing complex negotiations (2012 and 2013)
- Achieving Closure in Bilateral Free Trade Agreements: Observations from APEC Member FTA Negotiations. Closure workshop sponsored by the Montenegro Ministry of Foreign Affairs and funded by the UNDP, Cetinje, Montenegro, July 2015
- Planning and Managing the Negotiation Exercise. The XIV International Business and Economy Conference, Bangkok Thailand, January 2015
- Korea – Australia Free Trade Agreement and Negotiated Decisions, with D. Moon. Korea – Australia Dialogue, Yonsei University, Seoul, November 2014
- Korea – Australia Free Trade Agreement and Negotiated Decisions, with D. Moon. Paper presented before the 8th Annual KIC International Conference, Kyung Hee University, Suwon, Korea, November 2014
- Turning points and international two-level games: Multilateral Negotiations in the GATT and the WTO, with D. Druckman. Paper presented before the 55th International Convention of the International Studies Association, Toronto, Canada, March 2014
- Turning points and international environments: Multilateral negotiations in the GATT and the WTO, with D. Druckman. Paper presented at the 5th International Biennial on Negotiation, Paris, France, March 2014. Received “Best Paper” award at conference
- Teaching International Negotiation: A seminar presented at the Pacific Asian Consortium for International Business Education and Research (PACIBER) at their 25th annual meeting, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok
- Analyzing complex negotiations. The 7th Annual KIC International Conference of the Institute of International Studies, Kyung Hee University, Suwon, Korea November 2013
- Negotiation Journal: Editorial Advisory Board member (Published by the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School)
- International Negotiation: International Advisory Board member (Published by the Washington Interest in Negotiation group based at Johns Hopkins University)
- Negotiation and Conflict Management Research: Editorial Board member (Published by the International Association for Conflict Management)
- Australian Institute of International Affairs, Executive Council member (2009–2014)
- International Association for Conflict Management, Various roles including Board Member ex-officio (1998-2016)
- Griffith University Human Research Ethics Committee, Representating the Griffith Busines School on this University-level research committee (2013-2016)
- Best Paper Award for "Turning points and international environments: Multilateral negotiations in the GATT and the WTO" (Larry Crump and Dan Druckman) at the Fifth International Biennale on Negotiation, hosted by the Novancia Business School, Paris, 2014.
- Outstanding Book Award for "Multiparty Negotiation (Vol I - IV)" (Lawrence E. Susskind and Larry Crump) presented by the International Association for Conflict Management at their annual conference, hosted by the Harvard Business School, Boston, 2010.