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Personal profile

Larissa Bamberry has undertaken research across a broad range of themes including globalisation, casualisation, skill shortages in ageing and disability sectors, workforce development and the implementation of the National Disability Insurance Scheme and skills, employment and economic regeneration in regions.

She has also had broad-ranging experience in the New South Wales public sector, working across a range of policy areas including labour market policy, education and training, industrial relations, women's policy and sport and recreation.

Research Interests

  • Gender relations in households, labour markets and workplaces
  • Work-life balance and gender equality
  • Employment relations and bargaining
  • Regional growth and development in Australia


  • INR501 Industrial Relations Environment
  • INR510 Comparative Labour Relations 

Professional Information

  • Association of Industrial Relations Academics of Australia and New Zealand (AIRAANZ)
  • The Australasian Sociological Association (TASA)

Education/Academic qualification

Doctor of Philosophy, The University of Sydney


Award Date: 01 Jan 2005

Bachelor Arts (Hons), The University of New South Wales


Award Date: 01 Jan 1991

External positions

Senior Researcher, Lecturer, HDR Coordinator, RMIT University

Jan 2008Feb 2016


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