Research centres

The Business School hosts several research centres that focus on long-term projects of social, economic and academic relevance.

Our research focuses on economic and social engagement with Asia.

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New Zealand's first dedicated Māori and Pacific research facility in business and economics.

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The centre integrates researchers from both leadership and governance domains, and fosters collaboration across faculties within the University and with external stakeholders.

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The Centre for Research on Modern Slavery (CReMS) is a multi-disciplinary centre, founded in July 2020 to foster research on modern slavery.

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A multi-disciplinary research centre that focuses on the application of digital technologies in organisations.

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Research policy analysis and education to help business and government confront energy issues of national significance.

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An academically focused research centre specialising in the economic issues of demographic change.

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Research on new problems, ideas and solutions in supply chain management.

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The New Zealand APEC Study Centre aims to promote interdisciplinary study and research on APEC-related themes.

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Applied economic research that improves the prosperity and welfare of New Zealand.

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