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The AUT Faculty of Business and Law has particular research strength in: Accounting, Advertising, Business Economics, Business Information Systems, Commercial Law, Design, Finance, Human Resource Management and Employment Relations, International Business, Management, Marketing, Retailing, Sales, Tourism.

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  • Momentum and market correlation 

    Badshah, I; Kolari, JW; Liu, W; Shin, S (New Zealand Finance Colloquium, 2016)
    This paper proposes that an important source of momentum profits is market information associated with correlation to general market movements. Empirical tests for U.S. stocks in the sample period 1965 to 2013 indicate ...
  • Store front window displays over time and their teachings 

    Parsons, AG; Kennedy, A-M (The Conference for Historical Analysis and Research in Marketing (CHARM) Association, 2015)
    Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to uncover and reflect upon the key theoretical underpinnings of grocery window display and provide managerial implications for current independent grocers. Design/Methodology/Approach ...
  • The regulation of direct-to-consumer advertising of pharmaceuticals in a managed care setting 

    Ryan, M; Vaithianathan, R (John Wiley & Sons, 2015)
    We analyze direct-to-consumer advertising (DTCA) in the prescription drug market, when a regulator imposes a fine for misleading advertisements (truth-in-advertising regulation) and doctors face pressure to contain prescribing ...
  • The changing face of conveyancing responsibility 

    Thomas, R; Griggs, L; Low, R (Thomson Reuters, 2015)
    Issues arising out of the introduction of Automation into Australasian conveyancing.
  • Options on Leveraged ETF: Calibrations and Error Analysis 

    Da Fonseca, JC; Xu, Y (Society for Computational Economics (SCE), 2015)
    Within the standard affine stochastic volatility framework we price options on leveraged and inverse leveraged ETFs using Fourier transform. We perform a calibration analysis for a given day on options written on leveraged ...
  • Evolving emotional experiences following organizational change: a longitudinal qualitative study 

    Giaever, F; Smollan, RK (Emerald, 2015)
    Purpose – There is a lack of qualitative longitudinal studies in the literature exploring the complexity and dynamism of affective experience during phases of organizational change. This article therefore explores the ...
  • Entrepreneurial orientation among migrants and small and medium enterprises 

    Omisakin, O; Nakhid, C; Littrell, R; Verbitsky, J (Sciedu Press, 2016)
    This qualitative study seeks to enrich the understanding of migrants’ perceived experience in running small businesses in Auckland, New Zealand. The study will also examine what motivated migrants into business, their ...
  • Antecedents of consumer trust in mobile payment adoption 

    Xin, H; Techatassanasoontorn, AA; Tan, FB (Taylor & Francis, 2015)
    This study empirically examines the role of consumer trust and its antecedents in determining consumers’ intention to adopt mobile payment. This research proposes that consumers’ willingness to adopt mobile payment depends ...
  • Causes of stress before, during and after organizational change: a qualitative study 

    Smollan, R (Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2015)
  • The impact of individual’s identities on the infusion of Information Systems within organisations 

    Hassandoust, F; Techatassanasoontorn, A; Tan, F (Association for Information Systesm (AIS), 2015)
    Organisations continue to invest substantially in enterprise systems with the planned expectations that \ employees will utilise these technologies to enhance organisational competitive advantages in a \ progressive global ...
  • Quote dynamics of dually-listed stocks 

    Frijns, BPM; Indriawan, I; Tourani-Rad, A (The New Zealand Finance Colloquium, 2015)
    This study investigates the quote dynamics of stocks listed and traded in two international fullysynchronized markets. We develop a general model for quote dynamics of assets traded in dual markets to assess how quotes ...
  • When no news is good news - The decrease in investor fear after the FOMC announcement 

    Frijns, BPM; Fernandez-Perez, A (The New Zealand Finance Colloquium, 2015)
    This paper examines the impact of FOMC announcements on the intraday behavior of the VIX and VIX futures. We find that the VIX and the VIX futures start to decline immediately after the FOMC announcement, and this decline ...
  • Employees behaving badly: social liabilities at work 

    Morrison, RL; Macky (Irish Academy of Management (IAM), 2015)
    The impact that negative or distracting others (social liabilities) have on individuals in the workplace should not be underestimated. The purpose of this research was to develop a broad, theoretically derived measure of ...
  • Multinational transfer pricing of intangible assets and tax audit adjustments: evidence from Indonesia 

    Ahmed, Z; Habib, A; Muhammadi, AH (Accounting and Finance Association of Australia and New Zealand (AFAANZ), 2015)
    Purpose – This paper examines the challenges faced by Indonesian tax auditors in auditing multinational transfer prices of intangible assets. This study then explores the suitability of mechanisms currently used by Indonesian ...
  • A multi-criteria inventory management system for perishable & substitutable products 

    Duong, LNK; Wood, LC; Wang, WYC (Elsevier, 2015)
    Perishable products represent a vital area in the retail industry and our daily lives. However, when considered with product substitution (which provides more choices) the short lifetime of perishable products creates ...
  • Re-examining the organization of healthcare: institutional, technological and clinical challenges 

    Smollan, R (European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS), 2015)
    This paper addresses one of the research questions posed by the stream chairs: How do macrolevel (health system), meso-level (organization) and micro-level (individual) changes dynamically interact and translate their ...
  • Distraction, distrust, enemies, and selfishness: social liabilities at work 

    Morrison, R; Macky (The Australian Psychological Society Limited, 2015)
    Aim We propose a higher order construct termed Employee Social Liability (ESL), incorporating four clusters of employee “bad” behaviour and integrating them under a common latent variable. The key contribution of this paper ...
  • Business organisations and the legitimation of market inequalities 

    Skilling, P (European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS), 2015)
    High levels of economic inequality are associated with a wide range of negative social outcomes. Public opinion surveys, moreover, consistently show that a majority of people are concerned about existing levels of inequality ...
  • The relevance of goodwill accounting and disclosure practice in Vietnam 

    Nguyen, T; Rahman, A; Nguyen, L (Social Science Electronic Publishing, Inc., 2015)
    This study examines goodwill and goodwill reporting practices of 69 Vietnamese firms reporting goodwill in their balance sheet over a five year period, 2008-2012. In contrast to the general view that investors in emerging ...
  • Macro-social marketing 

    Kennedy, A-M (Macromarketing Society, 2015)
    The theoretical underpinnings for the concept of macro-social marketing are provided in this article. Macro-social marketing seeks to use social marketing techniques in a holistic way to effect systemic change, as opposed ...

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