Research publications

Here you will find some of the published outputs associated with NZAI research projects and staff (other publications are located in Books and Working paper series).

Michailova, S., Stringer, C. & Mezias, J. (2020). Letter from the Editors: Special issue on investigating modern slavery: How IB scholarship can contribute. AIB Insights, 20(2): 14362.

Fiedler, A., Fath, B., & Whittaker, D. H. (2020). The Dominant Narrative of the New Zealand–China Free Trade Agreement: Peripheral Evidence, Presumptive Tilt and Business Realities. New Political Economy, online first. 10.1080/13563467.2020.1755243.

Johnston, C.S. and Chen, X. (Eds., accepted in 2019, published in Feb. 2020). Opportunities and Challenges for the Greater Mekong Subregion: Building a Shared Vision of “Our” River. Routledge (184 pages).

Grayman, Jesse H. (2020). Ethnography on the Outskirts of Post-Conflict Aceh, Indonesia 

Grayman, Jesse H. (2020) The Role of Faith-based Institutions in Urban Disaster Risk Reduction for Immigrant Communities

Grayman, Jesse H. (2020) Understanding Participatory Budgeting through Formal and Informal Processes of Inclusion: A Case Study in the Philippines

Chen, X. China and the Mekong: Domestic Hydro Politics. In Johnston, C.S and Chen, X. (Eds., 2020). Opportunities and Challenges for the Greater Mekong Subregion: Building a Shared Vision of Our River. Routledge, 142-175.

Chen, X. and Johnston, C.S. Introduction: Economic Growth and Community Construction at the Greater Mekong Subregion. In Johnston, C.S and Chen, X. (Eds., 2020). Opportunities and Challenges for the Greater Mekong Subregion: Building a Shared Vision of Our River. Routledge, 1-10.

Hamilton-Hart, Natasha & Henry Wai-chung Yeung (2019). “Institutions under pressure: East Asian states, global markets and national firms.” Review of International Political Economy, DOI: 10.1080/09692290.2019.1702571.

Hamilton-Hart, Natasha (2019). “Indonesia’s Quest for Food Self-sufficiency: A New Agricultural Political Economy?” Journal of Contemporary Asia, DOI: 10.1080/00472336.2019.1617890.

Mullins, Mark. (2019). Ilbonŭi T’och’ak Kidokkyo Undong 일본의 토착 기독교 운동 [Korean edition of Christianity Made in Japan: A Study of Indigenous Movements (University of Hawai‘i Press, 1998]). Trans. by Sung Gun Kim and Sookhee Yi. Seoul: Dasan Publishing Co. 

Mullins, Mark. (Accepted in 2019). Yasukuni Fundamentalism: Japanese Religions and the Politics of Restoration. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press (in press).

Mullins, Mark. “Law and Religion,” in Erica Baffelli and Fabio Rambelli (eds), Bloomsbury Handbook of Japanese Religions, London: Bloomsbury (in press).

Lee, J., Cui, Y., Kim, J., Seo, Y. [equal contribution], Chon, H. (2020). Photo Taking Paradox: Contrasting Effects of Photo taking on Travel Satisfaction and Revisit Intention. Journal of Travel Research.

Seo, Y., Cruz, A. [equal contribution], Fifita, I. (2020). Cultural Globalization and Young Korean Women's Acculturative Labor: K-beauty as Hegemonic Hybridity. International Journal of Cultural Studies.

Seo, Y., Ko, D., Kim, J. (2019). It is all in the Mind(set)! Matching Mindsets and Luxury Tourism. Journal of Travel Research, DOI: 10.1177/0047287519888280.

Jung, J., Yu, J., Seo, Y., Ko, E. (2019). Consumer experiences of virtual reality: Insights from VR luxury brand fashion shows. Journal of Business Research, DOI: 10.1016/j.jbusres.2019.10.038.

Errmann, A., Seo, Y. [equal contribution], Choi, Y., Yoon, S. (2019). Divergent Effects of Friend Recommendations on Disclosed Social Media Advertising in the U.S. and Korea. Journal of Advertising, DOI:10.1080/00913367.2019.1663320. 

Seo, Y., Kim, J., Choi, Y., Li, X (2019). In ‘likes’ we trust: likes, disclosures, and firm-serving motives on social media. European Journal of Marketing, DOI: 10.1108/EJM-11-2017-0883. 

Chen, X. and Tarling, N. (Eds.) (2018). Intra-Regional Popular Cultural Flows: Towards an East Asian Identity? New York: Peter Lang International Academic Publishers.

Chen, X. and Ding, F. (2018). From Foreign Folk Songs to the “Korean Wave”: Chinese Cultural Exposures and Self-Reflections. Peter Lang International Academic Publishers, 217-268.

Chen, X. and Tarling, N. (2018). Introduction: Pop Culture Cross Currents and East Asian-ness. Peter Lang International Academic Publishers, 1-13.

Chen, X. and Tarling, N (2017).  East and Southeast Asia: Political Challenges in Asian Waters. Basingstoke/NY: Palgrave Macmillan Press, 207-249.

Chen, X. & Tarling, N. (2017). Introduction. In N. Tarling & X. Chen (eds.) Maritime Security in East and Southeast Asia: Political Challenges in Asian Waters. Basingstoke/NY: Palgrave Macmillan Press, 1-5.  

Tarling, N. & Chen, X. (Eds.) (2017). Maritime Security in East and Southeast Asia: Political Challenges in Asian Waters. Basingstoke/NY: Palgrave Macmillan Press.

Fiedler, A., Fath, B. P., & Whittaker, D. H. (2017). Overcoming the liability of outsidership in institutional voids: Trust, emerging goals, and learning about opportunities. International Small Business Journal 35 (3), 262-284.

Hamilton-Hart, N., Fiedler, A., & Fath, B. (2017). Asian Investment in New Zealand. Asia New Zealand Foundation.

Hamilton-Hart, N. and Blair Palmer. (2017). Co-investment and Clientelism as Informal Institutions: Beyond ‘Good Enough’ Property Rights. Studies in Comparative International Development 54(2): 416-435.

Hamilton-Hart, N. (2017). Deal-makers and Spoilers: Trump and Regime Security in Southeast Asia. Contemporary Southeast Asia 39(1): 42-49.

Hamilton-Hart, N. (2017). Opting for Openness: Capital Mobility and Monetary Sterilisation in Malaysia. Journal of Contemporary Asia 47(2): 171-198.

Hamilton-Hart, N. (2017). The Legal Environment and Incentives for Change in Property Rights Institutions. World Development 92: 167-176.

Mullins, M. R. (2017). Becoming a Multicultural Church in the Context of Neo-Nationalism: The New Challenges Facing Catholics in Japan. In William Cavanaugh and Michael Budde (eds.) “Scattered & Gathered”: Catholics in Diaspora. Portland: Wipf & Stock/Cascade Books, 112- 130.

Mullins, M. R. (2017). Shinsaigo no Nihon ni okeru neo-nashonarizumu [Neonationalism in Post-disaster Japan], trans. Saitō Kōta. In Tsukada Hotaka (ed.) Tettei Kenshō: Nihon no ukeika [Japan’s Rightward Shift Examined]. Tokyo: Chikuma Sensho, 128-147.

Mullins, M. R. (2017). Religious Minorities and the Public Sphere: Kagawa Toyohiko and Christian “Counter-Publics” in Modern Japanese Society. In Jeffrey Newmark and Albert Welter (eds.) Religion, Culture, and the Public Sphere in China and Japan. Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan Press, 161-191.

Mullins, M. R. (2017). Religion in Occupied Japan: The Impact of SCAP’s Policies on Shinto. In Emily Anderson (ed.) Belief and Practice in Imperial Japan and Colonial Korea. Singapore: Palgrave Macmillan Press, 229-248.

Choi, Y., Seo, Y., Wagner, U., Yoon, S. (2018). Matching luxury brand appeals with attitude functions on social media across cultures. Journal of Business Research.

Seo, Y., Li, X., Choi, Y., Yoon, S. (2018). Narrative transportation and paratextual features of social media in viral advertising. Journal of Advertising, 47(1), 83-95.

Cruz, A., Seo, Y., Buchanan-Oliver, M. (2018). Religion as a field of transcultural practices in multicultural marketplaces. Journal of Business Research, Vol. 91, 317-325.

Slooten, E., Simmons, G., Dawson, S. M., Bremner, G., Thrush, S. F., Whittaker, H., Clarke, P. J. (2017). Evidence of bias in assessment of fisheries management impacts. Proceedings of The National Academy of Sciences of The United States of America 114 (25), E4901-E4902.

Ge, G. L., Stringer, C., & Ding, D. Z. (2017). Chinese FDI in New Zealand: What Are Chinese Investors Looking For? Thunderbird International Business Review, 59(3), 385-399.

Khattak, A., Haworth, N., Stringer, C., & Benson- Rea, M. (2017). Is social upgrading occurring in South Asia’s apparel industry? Critical Perspectives on International Business, 13(3), 226-243.

King, P., Blaiklock, A., Stringer, C., Amaranathan, J., & McLean, M. (2017). Slavery in New Zealand: What is the role of the health sector? New Zealand Medical Journal, 130(1463), 63-69.

Whittaker, D. H., Fath, B. P., & Fiedler, A. (2016). Assembling capabilities for innovation:  Evidence from New Zealand SMEs. International Small Business Journal, 34 (1), 123-143. 

Fiedler, A., Fath, B. P., & Whittaker, D. H. (2016). Overcoming the liability of outsidership in institutional voids: Trust, emerging goals, and learning about opportunities. International Small Business Journal. https://doi.org/10.1177%2F0266242616662510

Hamilton-Hart, N. (2016). Opting for Openness: Capital Mobility and Monetary Sterilisation in Malaysia. Journal of Contemporary Asia, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00472336.2016.1257045

Hamilton-Hart, N. (2016). The Legal Environment and Incentives for Change in Property Rights Institutions. World Development, 92: 167-176, 

Hamilton-Hart, N. & Schulze, G. (2016). Taxing times in Indonesia: the challenge of restoring competitiveness and the search for fiscal space. Bulletin of Indonesian Economic Studies, 56(3). https://doi.org/10.1080/00074918.2016.1249263

Hamilton-Hart, N & Stringer, C. (2016) Upgrading and exploitation in the fishing industry: Contributions of value chain analysis. Marine Policy, 63: 166-171.  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2015.03.020

Hamilton-Hart, N. & Dedi Adhuri et al. (2016). Green market for small people: Markets and opportunities for upgrading in small-scale fisheries in Indonesia. Marine Policy, 63: 198-205.  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2015.03.021

Kwon, J., Seo, Y., Ko, D. (2016). Effective Luxury-Brand Advertising: The ES-IF Matching Model. Journal of Advertising, DOI: 10.1080/00913367.2016.1226995.

Seo, Y., Jung, S. (2016). Beyond solitary play in computer games: the social practices of eSports. Journal of Consumer Culture, 16(3), 635-655. https://doi.org/10.1177%2F1469540514553711

Seo, Y., (2016). Professionalized Consumption and Identity Transformations in the field of eSports. Journal of Business Research, 69(1), 264-272. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jbusres.2015.07.039

Cruz, A., Seo, Y., Buchanan-Oliver, M. (2016). Fields of Transcultural Practices: The Role of Religion in Multicultural Marketplaces. Advances in Consumer Research, 44. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jbusres.2017.07.022

Stringer, C., Hughes, S., Whittaker, H., Haworth, N., and Simmons, G. (2016). Labour Standards and Regulation in GVCs: The Case of the New Zealand Fishing Industry. Environment and Planning A. (Online June 1). DOI: 10.1177/0308518X16652397.

Tarling, N. (2016). International student mobility: A historian’s impression. New Zealand Journal of Asian Studies, 18(2), 3-11.

Hamilton-Hart, N. & Stringer, C (2016). Upgrading and exploitation in the fishing industry; Contributions of value chain analysis.  Science Direct

Casey, C., Fiedler, A., & Fath, B. P. (2015). The European Company (SE): Power and participation in the multinational corporation. European Journal of Industrial Relations. 10.1177/0959680115593653. Other University of Auckland co-author: Antje Fiedler.

Seo, Y., Buchanan-Oliver, M., Cruz, A. (2015). Rethinking Luxury Brand Markets as Confluences of Multiple Cultural Beliefs. International Marketing Review, 32(2), 141-159.

Ko, D., Seo, Y., Jung, S. (2015). Examining the effect of cultural congruence, processing fluency, and uncertainty avoidance in online purchase decisions in the U.S. and Korea. Marketing Letters, 26(3), 377-390.

Seo, Y., Fam, K. (2015). Researching Asian Consumer Culture in the Global Marketplace. Qualitative Market Research: An International Journal, 18(4), 386-390.

Seo, Y., Cruz, A, Fam, K. (2015). Food Consumption and Marketing: turning toward Asia. Journal of Consumer Marketing, 32(7), 501 – 504.

Stringer, C., Whittaker, D. H., & Simmons, G. (2015). New Zealand's turbulent waters: the use of forced labour in the fishing industry. Global Networks: A Journal of Transnational Affairs10.1111/glob.12077

Stringer, C., & Simmons, G. (2015). Stepping through the looking glass: Researching slavery in New Zealand's fishing industry. Journal of Management Inquiry, Early view.10.1177/1056492614561228

Whittaker, D. H., Fath, B. P., & Fiedler, A. (2014). Assembling capabilities for innovation: Evidence from New Zealand SMEs. International Small Business Journal10.1177/0266242614548931. Other University of Auckland co-author: Antje Fiedler

Simmons, G., & Stringer, C. (2014). New Zealand's Fisheries Management System: Forced labour an ignored or overlooked dimension?. Marine Policy, 50 (Part A), 74-80. 10.1016/j.marpol.2014.05.013

Stringer, C. A., Simmons, G., Coulston, D., & Whittaker, D. H. (2013). Not in New Zealand's waters, surely? Linking labour issues to GPNs. Journal of Economic Geography10.1093/jeg/lbt027

Stringer, C., & Simmons, G. (2013). Forced into Slavery. Samudra Report, July (65). http://hdl.handle.net/2292/22018

Stringer, C., Simmons, G., & Coulston, D. (2011). Not in New Zealand’s waters, surely? Labour and human rights abuses aboard foreign fishing vessels. http://hdl.handle.net/2292/14663