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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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  • Does New Zealand Economics Have a Useful Past? The Example of Trade Policy and Economic Development 

    Brooke, G; Endres, A; Rogers, A (Department of Economics, Faculty of Business and Law, Auckland University of Technology, 2015)
    We examine the history of economic thought on trade policy in New Zealand from the 1920s to the early 1980s. The focus is upon the different doctrinal perspectives taken by academic economists in New Zealand. Throughout ...
  • A Longitudinal Study of E-government Maturity 

    Das, A; Singh, H; Joseph, D (Elsevier, 2016)
    We assembled a panel data set for the period 2002–2008 and fitted a mixed-effects regression model to study how the maturity of e-Government around the globe was influenced by changing levels of affluence, information ...
  • Using Multidisciplinary Design Principles to Improve the Website Design Process 

    Singh, H; Karmokar, S; Tan, FB (Pacific Asia Journal of the Association for Information Systems (PAJAIS), 2016)
    An organization's success in e-business is significantly affected by the quality of its website. However, many websites are unable to retain the attention of their customers, arguably because they only cater to some of ...
  • Pension Saving Responses to Anticipated Tax Changes: Evidence From Monthly Pension Contribution Records 

    Skov, P; Kreiner, CTK; Leth-Petersen, SLP (Auckland University of Technology (AUT), 2016)
    A Danish tax reform, decided in May 2009 and taking effect from the beginning of 2010, lowered the marginal tax rate on top bracket taxable income from 63% to 56%. Because contributions to pension accounts are tax ...
  • Tax Reforms and Intertemporal Shifting of Wage Income: Evidence from Danish Monthly Payroll Records 

    Skov Ebbesen, S; Kreiner, C. T.; Leth-Petersen, S. (American Economic Association (AEA), 2016)
    This paper uses monthly payroll records for all Danish employees to identify widespread intertemporal shifting of labor income in response to a tax reform that significantly reduced the marginal tax rates for one-fourth ...
  • Use of Public Accountability Index (PAI) to assess the accountability practices of New Zealand Universities 

    Ahmed, Z; Guo, C; Kabir, H; Narayan, A (The School of Accounting, RMIT University, 2016)
    This study explores the trends in public accountability of New Zealand universities. It applies the Public Accountability Index (PAI) developed by Coy and Dixon (2004) to eight New Zealand universities’ annual reports from ...
  • Identity and Stressful Organizational Change: A Qualitative Study 

    Smollan, R; Pio, E (European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS), 2016)
    Individual identity is constructed through many experiences, including the processes and outcomes of organizational change. Change is often stressful and can force individuals to rethink how they view themselves in ...
  • Stressful Organizational Change: The Role of Support in Coping 

    Smollan, R (European Group for Organizational Studies (EGOS), 2016)
    Support from various sources inside and outside the organization helps employees cope with the stress of work. Support becomes even more necessary when the processes and outcomes of organizational change place an extra ...
  • On Intraday Relation Between the Vix and Its Futures 

    Frijns, B; Tourani Rad, A; Webb, R (John Wiley & Sons, 2014)
    We study the intraday dynamics of the VIX and VIX futures for the period January 2, 2008 to December 31, 2014. Considering first the results of a Vector Autoregression (VAR) using daily data, we observe that there is some ...
  • Ideal Leader in the Perception of Employees From Lithuanian Health Care 

    Endriulaitienė, A; Stelmokienė, A; Minelgaitė-Snaebjornsson, I; F. Littrel, R (Vytautas Magnus University, 2016)
    The main aim of the article is to disclose employees’ expectations towards their ideal leader in Lithuanian health care organizations. According to the results of the empirical research, employees from health care organizations ...
  • Cross-border mergers and acquisitions and default risk 

    Koerniadi, H; Krishnamurti, C; Tourani-Rad, A (Elsevier, 2015)
    We examine the impact of cross-border mergers on acquirers' post-merger default risk using a sample of 375 US acquiring firms from 1997 to 2011. After controlling for cultural, institutional, geographic and managerial ...
  • 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)

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