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  • Blackburn, M.; McGhee, P. (AUT Faculty of Business, AUT; 2007)
    Entrepreneurship research in recent years has expanded to include the ethical dimension of new venture creation and various normative frameworks have been applied to the entrepreneurship role. Despite this, entrepreneurship ...
  • Morrison, R. (AUT Faculty of Business, AUT; 2007)
    The current study investigated gender differences in (a) perceived benefits of workplace friendships and (b) the relationship between friendship factors and organisational outcomes. Four hundred and forty-five respondents ...
  • Morrison, R. (AUT Faculty of Business, AUT; 2007)
    This study investigates the link between perceptions of negative workplace relationships and organisational outcomes. Respondents (n=412) spanned a wide range of occupations, industries and nationalities. Data were collected ...
  • Bialkowski, J.; Gottschalk, K.; Wisniewski, T. (AUT Faculty of Business, AUT; 2006)
    Prior research documented that U.S. stock prices tend to grow faster during Democratic administrations than during Republican administrations. This letter examines whether stock returns in other countries also depend on ...
  • Bialkowski, J.; Gottschalk, K.; Wisniewski, T. (AUT Faculty of Business, AUT; 2006)
    This paper investigates a sample of 27 OECD countries to test whether national elections induce higher stock market volatility. It is found that the country-specific component of index return variance can easily double ...
  • Naming, A.; Wright, N. (AUT Faculty of Business, AUT; 2006)
    There is little empirical evidence relating to how university administrative employees view the performance appraisal process (Analoui & Fell, 2002). The aim of this paper was to investigate administrative staff perceptions ...
  • Selvarajah, C.; Pio, E.; Meyer, D. (AUT Faculty of Business, AUT; 2006)
    Assessment is often seen as a significant influencer of learning. Cooperative learning which encourages group work is viewed as a major contributor to the development of relevant workforce knowledge and skills, particularly ...
  • Wells, Philippa Katherine (AUT Faculty of Business, AUT; 2006)
    In 2004 Meridian Energy, a New Zealand State Owned Enterprise, announced its decision to cancel Project Aqua, a power generation scheme that would have involved the construction of six dams on the lower Waitaki river, in ...
  • Gilbert, A; Tourani-Rad, A (AUT Faculty of Business, AUT; 2006)
    While insider trading has been regulated in the vast majority of countries with financial markets, the efficacy of these regulations has only been sparsely examined. In this paper we examine the impact of major regulatory ...
  • Verreynne, M. L. (AUT Faculty of Business, AUT; 2005)
    This paper argues that individual small firms, just like large firms, place differing emphasis on strategy-making and may employ different modes of strategy-making. It offers a typology of the different modes of strategy-making ...
  • Frijns, B; Gilbert, A; Tourani-Rad, A (AUT Faculty of Business, AUT; 2005)
    Insiders pose a risk to providers of liquidity, who require compensation for this and consequentially widen spreads. In this paper we investigate the relationship between insider trading regulation and the cost of trading ...
  • Wells, Paul K (AUT Faculty of Business, AUT; 2005)
    Declining enrolments in accounting programmes in the United States of America and United Kingdom have been well documented for over a decade and it is suggested that accounting as a career choice is becoming less attractive ...
  • Liu, MH; Margaritis, D; Tourani-Rad, A (AUT Faculty of Business, AUT; 2005)
    This paper examines the degree of pass-through and adjustment speed of retail interest rates in response to changes in benchmark wholesale rates in New Zealand during the period 1994 to 2004. We consider the effect of ...
  • Oliver, G.; McGhee, P. (AUT Faculty of Business, AUT; 2005)
    “Professional” representative bodies are increasingly turning to codes of ethics in order to define acceptable standards of behaviour. This study addresses a gap in academic literature by focusing on the codes of New Zealand ...
  • Morrison, R. (AUT Faculty of Business, AUT; 2005)
    The relationship between workplace friendships and organisational outcomes were investigated. Employees from diverse industries responded to an Internet-based survey (n=445). A previously supported model of workplace ...
  • Luke, B.; Verreynne, M. L. (AUT Faculty of Business, AUT; 2005)
    The purpose of this research is to elaborate on a model of entrepreneurship within the public sector. Case studies involving state-owned enterprises (SOEs) trace three examples of entrepreneurial ventures. A theme of ...
  • Koerniadi, H; Tourani-Rad, A (AUT Faculty of Business, AUT; 2005)
    This paper investigates the presence of accruals and cash flows anomalies in the New Zealand stock market for the period of 1987 to 2003. There is insignificant evidence of accruals anomaly. We find, however, that the poor ...
  • Wells, Paul K; Fieger, P. (AUT Faculty of Business, AUT; 2005)
    A decline in enrolments in Accounting programs in the United States of America has been well documented over the last decade. Some researchers have explained that this decline is in part due to the misinformation or lack ...
  • Gilbert, A; Tourani-Rad, A; Wisniewski, T (AUT Faculty of Business, AUT; 2004)
    Both insiders and analysts are involved in the collection and dissemination of information to the market, roles which impact heavily on price efficiency and resource allocation. The differences between the two groups, ...
  • Mowatt, S. (AUT Faculty of Business, AUT; 2004)
    This paper considers the interrelationship between innovation and the control of the supply-chain in consumer-driven industries. In particular the paper employs the concepts of Control and Innovation Networks as an analytical ...

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