Forest missed for the trees in Huawei controversy
14 February 2020
Opinion: The UK has given Huawei the go-ahead for 5G. If it proves cutting edge, the market will be the arbiter - not shadowy intelligence agencies, writes Gehan Gunasekara.
NZ and the EU - life after Brexit
5 February 2020
Opinion: Now Brexit is done, NZ firms may be asking if it is worth remaining engaged with the EU. The answer is a resounding yes, writes Dr Peter Zámborský.
Highest standards of business education endorsed
4 February 2020
The University of Auckland Business School is proud to announce that its accreditation by the AACSB has been extended for a further five years.
Expose Working for Families myths to end child poverty
23 January 2020
Opinion: Critics and commentators continue to view the poverty alleviation tool, Working for Families, through a distorted and incorrect lens, writes Susan St John.
Make every day payday to foil predators
21 January 2020
Opinion: The scourge of payday lenders and high interest rates could be curbed by making workers' wage payments available to them daily, writes Alex Sims.
Well-communicated, quality research rewarded
17 January 2020
Academic research can be jargon-riddled and impenetrable but the Business Research Translation Competition aims to change that.
Entrepreneurial University of the Year
16 January 2020
The University of Auckland has been named Entrepreneurial University of the Year at the Asia-Pacific Triple E Entrepreneurship and Engagement Excellence Awards in Higher Education.
Business Masters student wins global business simulation competition
15 January 2020
Business Masters student Mila Lee has won first place in the 2019 MikesBikes World Championship.
Don’t just market NZ tourism, manage it
14 January 2020
Opinion: Too much tourism can harm relations between location residents and visitors. Tourist growth must be balanced to avoid negative impact, writes William Cheung.
Susan St John: ‘Pension for children’ no panacea
20 December 2019
Opinion: Child poverty must be addressed – but not with unrealistic policies and not at the expense of the elderly, writes Susan St John.
Academic honoured with LEO Award
20 December 2019
Professor Michael Myers from the University of Auckland Business School has received an Association of Information Systems LEO Award in recognition of his global impact in the field.
EQUIS reaccreditation affirms Business School’s global standing
19 December 2019
The University of Auckland Business School is delighted to announce that it has received EQUIS reaccreditation for a further five years.