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University of Auckland Business School

It is time to consider options for addressing traffic congestion and air pollution, argues Professor Basil Sharp
20th Mar 21, 9:31am
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It is time to consider options for addressing traffic congestion and air pollution, argues Professor Basil Sharp
Tax Working Group members Craig Elliffe and Robin Oliver discuss the challenges of creating a comprehensive Capital Gains Tax that excludes the family home
29th Nov 18, 5:00am
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Tax Working Group members Craig Elliffe and Robin Oliver discuss the challenges of creating a comprehensive Capital Gains Tax that excludes the family home
For all the hype about the choice and flexibility of the ‘gig economy’ most people prefer a regular nine-to-five-style job. But when people start out in gig jobs, their chances of switching to a conventional job later are surprisingly low
10th Nov 18, 10:31am
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For all the hype about the choice and flexibility of the ‘gig economy’ most people prefer a regular nine-to-five-style job. But when people start out in gig jobs, their chances of switching to a conventional job later are surprisingly low
Auckland University's Ilan Oshri argues excessive emphasis on just 'keeping the lights on' is holding firms back from pursuing much-needed, transformational IT initiatives
9th Jul 18, 11:20am
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Auckland University's Ilan Oshri argues excessive emphasis on just 'keeping the lights on' is holding firms back from pursuing much-needed, transformational IT initiatives
A fresh approach to personal savings is the only way to stop our slide into inequality and low productivity, argues Robert MacCulloch
23rd Jun 18, 9:11am
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A fresh approach to personal savings is the only way to stop our slide into inequality and low productivity, argues Robert MacCulloch
Peter Zámborský looks at the opportunities for foreign businesses presented by partnering in joint ventures in China's less developed provinces
14th Jun 18, 9:56am
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Peter Zámborský looks at the opportunities for foreign businesses presented by partnering in joint ventures in China's less developed provinces
Already-stressed farmers will need to use all resources available to cope with the added impact of mycoplasma bovis. Their personal resilience faces a severe test
1st Jun 18, 9:15am
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Already-stressed farmers will need to use all resources available to cope with the added impact of mycoplasma bovis. Their personal resilience faces a severe test
Jilnaught Wong of the University of Auckland Business School crunches the numbers and determines that Mainfreight's staff & management deserve their bonuses
30th May 18, 10:59am
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Jilnaught Wong of the University of Auckland Business School crunches the numbers and determines that Mainfreight's staff & management deserve their bonuses
Susan St John says altering NZ Super to a basic income could save 10% of the net cost from the upper end of the distribution while leaving the majority of superannuitants little affected
17th May 16, 11:27am
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Susan St John says altering NZ Super to a basic income could save 10% of the net cost from the upper end of the distribution while leaving the majority of superannuitants little affected
Nirmal Nair on Tesla, smart cities & rates, a city's size & livability, ranking councils, NZ universities & penguins, cyber security, blackouts, Dilbert & more
29th May 15, 10:17am
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Nirmal Nair on Tesla, smart cities & rates, a city's size & livability, ranking councils, NZ universities & penguins, cyber security, blackouts, Dilbert & more
Nirmal Nair on a university challenge, free tertiary education in Germany, the story of 3D printing, global energy snapshot, electricity blackouts, Dilbert & more
13th Feb 15, 12:07pm
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Nirmal Nair on a university challenge, free tertiary education in Germany, the story of 3D printing, global energy snapshot, electricity blackouts, Dilbert & more
Strong growth and sophistication of the hospitality sector helps Neat Meat transform product offerings with unique pasture-based products, and build exports based on that success
3rd Dec 12, 1:41pm
Strong growth and sophistication of the hospitality sector helps Neat Meat transform product offerings with unique pasture-based products, and build exports based on that success