Business and economy
The same old economic plot will only deliver the same old outcomes
27 January 2023
Opinion: With little distinguishing several of Labour and National’s vital policies from one another, Robert MacCulloch says the party leaders are competing for the lead role in a movie with the same economic plot.
Shine on: Summer Lab awarded for excellence in entrepreneurial education
26 January 2023
A free, co-curricular programme held over summer and designed to make entrepreneurship accessible and engaging has scored an international award.
Finland shows how New Zealand could lift innovation
25 January 2023
Opinion: Finland ranks highly for innovation, New Zealand does not. Rod McNaughton suggests how we could do better.
Central bank digital currency: China paves the way
20 December 2022
As the RBNZ ponders arguments for a central bank digital currency, China is pushing ahead, write Business School Research Fellow Dr Xin Chen and Massey University doctoral candidate José Miguel Alonso-Trabanco.
Cryptocurrency and cryptocurrency exchanges explained
19 December 2022
Almost all cryptocurrencies have declined significantly this year which doesn’t seem to be putting people off, but cryptocurrencies and cryptocurrencies are complicated. Associate Professor Alex Sims explains.
Measuring the stress of moving house
15 December 2022
Moving homes is considered stressful, but just how stressful? Dr William Cheung set out to answer this question and, in doing so, developed an original method of investigation.
Ananish Chaudhuri: 'Universities' woes caused by bureaucratic bloat'
12 December 2022
Opinion: University strikes across the country in 2022 highlight the need for leaders to look outside the box and to start asking more questions, writes Professor Ananish Chaudhuri.
Win-win situation for students and teachers
1 December 2022
An award-winning venture has seen the creation of new e-learning resources that are already enriching teaching and learning at the Business School.
We need action on child poverty now
30 November 2022
Opinion: With recession looming, Honorary Associate Professor Susan St John says urgent changes are needed to support already struggling families.
Study explores EV-lane charging potential
22 November 2022
Researchers are accelerating the drive towards more sustainable travel, investigating the feasibility of wireless in-lane charging for electric vehicles.
Mandatory alcohol information virtually invisible online
18 November 2022
A study of online alcohol sales has revealed serious inadequacies when it comes to the availability of mandatory alcohol health information and warnings.
Housing expert puts best foot forward
4 November 2022
How walkable is Auckland? Early career research excellence medal winner Dr William Cheung is analysing neighbourhood walkability and amenity to determine their effects on well-being and house prices.