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    • Gender Implications of New Zealand’s Gender-Neutral Law and Policies on Work-Life Balance 

      Masselot, A. (University of Canterbury. Department of Accounting and Information Systems, 2013)
      New Zealand’s approach to work-life balance is somewhat unique because it is claimed to neither be about women, nor about families (Department of Labour 2009). Nevertheless, critical legal analysis reveals that New Zealand’s ...
    • The gendered consequences of Brexit 

      Masselot A (2019)
    • A genealogy of knowledge as an accountable commodity 

      Dixon, K. (University of Canterbury. Department of Accounting and Information Systems, 2012)
      This study is about how and why knowledge in the form of higher education learning has come to be accounted for using calculative practices. These practices are evident in public funding of higher education based on ...
    • Generation Y New Zealand Registered Nurses views about nursing work: A survey of motivation and maintenance factors 

      Jamieson, I.; Kirk, R.; Wright, S.; Andrew, C. (University of Canterbury. Management, Marketing, and EntrepreneurshipUniversity of Canterbury. School of Health Sciences, 2015)
      Aim: The aim of this article was to report on the analysis of qualitative, open text data, received from a national on-line survey of what factors Generation Y New Zealand Registered Nurses wish to change about nursing ...
    • Generational differences in the frequency and importance of meaningful work. 

      Oakley, Florence (University of Canterbury. Department of Management, 2015)
      This thesis aimed to investigate generational differences in the frequency and importance of meaningful work in employees based on the 7 facets of the Map of Meaning. Hypotheses were tested through Analysis of Variance of ...
    • The genesis of calculative practices in higher education: Credit point systems 

      Dixon, K. (University of Canterbury. Department of Accounting and Information Systems, 2009)
      Purpose – Accounting has been shown to figure variously in New Higher Education. However, despite their infant precursors having been labelled curricular accounting (Theodossin, 1986), accounting researchers have overlooked ...
    • Germ-line Interventions in the International Regime of Human Rights and Human Dignity 

      Haberland, Bastian B. (University of Canterbury. Law, 2006)
      Germ-line interventions allow parents to take influence on their child’s genetic disposition and give scientists the means to eradicate hereditary diseases. At the same time, nothing is more controversial in the realm ...
    • GFC-Robust Risk Management Under the Basel Accord Using Extreme Value Methodologies 

      Santos, P.S.; Jiménez-Martín, J.; Michael McAleer, M.; Amaral, T. (College of Business and EconomicsUniversity of Canterbury. Department of Economics and Finance, 2011)
      In McAleer et al. (2010b), a robust risk management strategy to the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) was proposed under the Basel II Accord by selecting a Value-at-Risk (VaR) forecast that combines the forecasts of different ...
    • The Glass Ceiling and Women in Accounting: New Zealand Experiences and Perceptions 

      Hopman, H.A.; Lord, B.R. (University of Canterbury. Department of Accounting and Information Systems, 2009)
      This paper investigates whether women and men accountants' perceive that there is a "glass ceiling" in the accounting profession for women, and whether they have experienced it in the past and currently. Semi-structured ...
    • Global governance in public services. 

      Morsch, Camila (University of Canterbury. School of Law, 2012)
      This thesis provides an overall picture of global governance in public services (also referred to as global social governance). It maps global aspects of welfare change: governance mechanisms, social policies and service ...
    • The Gold Price in Times of Crisis 

      Bialkowski, J.; Bohl, M.T.; Stephan, P.M.; Wisniewski, T.P. (University of Canterbury. Department of Economics and Finance, 2014)
      Motivated by the recent gold price boom, this paper investigates whether rapidly growing investment activities have caused a new asset price bubble. Drawing on gold's role as dollar hedge, inflation hedge, portfolio ...
    • The Gold Price in Times of Crisis 

      Bialkowski, J.; Bohl, M.T.; Stephan, P.M.; Wisniewski, T. (University of Canterbury. Department of Economics and Finance, 2014)
      Motivated by the recent gold price boom, this paper examines whether an asset bubble exists in the gold market. We approximate gold's fundamental value using several econometric models and apply a Markov regime-switching ...
    • Governing information systems resilience: a case study 

      Sarkar A; Wingreen SC; Ascroft J (2016)
      Organisational resilience has gained increasing attention in recent years. This research focuses on an aspect of organisational resilience, i.e., on Information Systems (IS) resilience. To the best of researchers’ ...
    • Great Expectatrics: Great Papers, Great Journals, Great Econometrics 

      Chang, C-L.; McAleer, M.; Oxley, L. (College of Business and EconomicsUniversity of Canterbury. Department of Economics and Finance, 2010)
      The paper discusses alternative Research Assessment Measures (RAM), with an emphasis on the Thomson Reuters ISI Web of Science database (hereafter ISI). The various ISI RAM that are calculated annually or updated daily are ...
    • Group identity and relation-specific investment: An experimental investigation 

      Morita, H.; Servátka, M. (University of Canterbury. Department of Economics and Finance, 2013)
      The hold-up problem has played a central role in the study of firm boundaries, which is a fundamental element of the economic study of organizations. We study a previously unex-plored mechanism by which integration between ...
    • Group Identity and Relation-Specific Investment: An Experimental Investigation 

      Morita, H.; Servátka, M. (Department of Economics & Finance, College of Business & Economics, University of CanterburyUniversity of Canterbury. Department of Economics and Finance, 2011)
      The hold-up problem has played a central role in the study of firm boundaries that originated with the pathbreaking essay by Coase (1937). This paper studies a previously unexplored mechanism through which integration could ...
    • Growth and dispersion of accounting research about New Zealand before and during a National Research Assessment Exercise: Five decades of academic journals bibliometrics 

      Dixon, K. (University of Canterbury. Department of Accounting and Information Systems, 2013)
      Purpose – University academics are important to the discovery and dissemination of knowledge about accounting practice and accounting learning. This article explores the consequences for the Pacific society of New Zealand ...
    • GST Reform: Can New Zealand Offer Constructive Guidance to Inform the Australian Debate? 

      Sawyer, A.J. (University of Canterbury. Department of Accounting and Information Systems, 2014)
      The Goods and Services Tax (GST) is in the political spotlight again in Australia, this time with fundamental aspects such as the rate and base of the tax ‘hinted’ by Prime Minister Tony Abbott as potential candidates for ...
    • Halal, New Zealand! An Exploratory Study into the Halal-Friendliness of Accommodation Providers in New Zealand 

      Abdul-Razzaq, Serrin (University of Canterbury, 2016)
      The world is experiencing a rise in the number of international halal tourists, travellers who choose to abide by the guidelines of the Islamic religion with respect to appropriate behaviours whilst travelling. This study ...
    • Harassment, Privacy and Alison Mau 

      Cheer, U. (Nine to Noon, Radio New Zealand NationalUniversity of Canterbury. School of Law, 2010)
      Privacy has been in the news again. Alison Mau made complaints on the tele that she was being stalked by media. (this was denied). This story involves aspects of spying, or surveillance, and so it is timely to discuss some ...