Larry Dwyer publishes widely in the areas of tourism economics, management and policy, with 200 publications in international journals, government reports, books, book chapters, and monographs. He receives many invitations to give keynote addresses at international tourism conferences and workshops worldwide. He has been awarded numerous research grants to contribute to tourism knowledge. Larry maintains strong links with the tourism industry at international, national, state and local levels. Larry has undertaken an extensive number of consultancies for public and private sector tourism organisations within Australia including Tourism Research Australia, and for international agencies, including the United Nations World Tourism Organisation.
Professor Dwyer is President of the International Association for Tourism Economics, a member of the International Advisory Board of the Business Enterprises for Sustainable Tourism Education Network (BESTEN), and a fellow of the International Academy for Study of Tourism, the world's peak academic association with a cap of 75 members world- wide. He is an appointed member of the Editorial Boards of twenty one international tourism journals. He is the most cited Australian tourism researcher over the past decade.