September 2019 UniNews

Suvi Nenonen, Geremy Hema, Michael Rehm and Emma Newborn. Plus news, research, snapshots and a Warren Moran obituary.

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Emma Newborn

Emma Newborn has a solo show but she’s more used to sharing the limelight with a cat.

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Dr Michael Rehm has theories on the reasons for housing unaffordability in Auckland.

Dr Michael Rehm says there's a long-standing but unused statute that could be a more effective anti-speculation tool than the abandoned capital gains tax.

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Stanley Jones

Professor Suvi Nenonen has been researching the concept of market shaping around the world, and is also shaping a new MBA programme for the University.

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Geremy Hema from the September 2019 issue.

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