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Dr Murray Taylor’s research identifies how professional service firms (PSFs) face internationalisation challenges, how firms collaborate with others (open innovation), and how they become a critical aspect of firm growth. Across three research streams, Murray focuses on exploring the internationalisation strategies and processes in which small to medium sized firms are involved. Most recently, he has developed a keen interest in understanding the motivations of the entrepreneur and how they can act as change agents when internationalising. Murray’s work has been published in leading academic journals such as Journal of Business Ethics, Journal of Product Innovation Management, Journal of Business Research and International Small Business Journal.

In addition to business-related research, Murray is engaged in furthering his scholarly teaching. He has taught in the areas of management and international business since 2010. In 2018, he received the Vice Chancellor's Citation for Outstanding Contributions to Student Learning; in 2020 he received the Australian Award for University Teaching (AAUT) – Citation for Outstanding Contribution to Students Learning. Murray takes an action research-based approach via implementing innovative teaching ideas in classrooms. As part of his pursuit to improve student outcomes, Murray researches how students and staff can improve student motivation, engagement and understanding of course material while staff contend with larger classes, more diverse cohorts and the increased shift to online learning.

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