Kiwishop: A novel solution to the supermarket duopoly
5 August 2021
Dr Mike Lee says a grocery version of Kiwibank could help break the power of the supermarket duopoly.
Tim Hazledine: 'Managerialism doesn't belong in universities'
2 August 2021
Opinion: Professor Tim Hazledine reflects on what he believes is wrong with modern New Zealand universities
Summer Lab recognised for excellence in global entrepreneur education
2 August 2021
An intensive programme run by the Business School during summer break - designed to ignite the entrepreneur within - has won the top educational prize at the International Council for Small Business 65th world congress, held in Paris.
Fixing the unfair and inefficient MIQ booking system
29 July 2021
Opinion: While we wait for the harsh realities of Covid to change, the government could show compassion for those stuck overseas by revisiting the digital queue, says Professor Tava Olsen.
Research reveals experiences of women entrepreneurs
19 July 2021
New research documenting the experiences women entrepreneurs have had when trying to raise capital has revealed the challenges they face.
New housing policy runs risk of urban slums
15 July 2021
Opinion: The new National Policy Statement on Urban Development allows for unsafe, unsuitable housing blocks that will devolve into slums, writes Claire Dale.
Why hate speech law is authoritarian
13 July 2021
Opinion: Ananish Chaudhuri lays out some concerns about New Zealand's proposed hate speech law, arguing it's in line with a pattern of authoritarianism.
Climate commission’s findings are way off course
11 July 2021
Opinion: The Climate Change Commission has, in just a few months, seriously outgrown its boots, says Professor Tim Hazledine.
Kānuka from the whenua to food
8 July 2021
Smoky flavours of the native Kānuka tantalise the taste buds in new business venture.
Data privacy skills needed to keep society safe
7 July 2021
A Business School symposium on Friday 9 July will hear from the Privacy Commissioner, Government Chief Privacy Officer and an industry panel that includes Facebook.
A word of caution on prohibiting ‘hate speech’
5 July 2021
Opinion: Legitimate anger and protest must not end up as a crime when the government amends hate speech legislation, writes Professor Natasha Hamilton-Hart.
Data governance symposium launches vital new programme
2 July 2021
Experts will gather at the University of Auckland to discuss data protection issues, namely privacy, security and sovereignty, and to launch new programmes of study in Information Governance at the Business School.