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    • Competitive tendering and individual behaviour in the contruction industry: convenient immorality at work 

      Hinton, M.A.; Hamilton, R.T. (University of Canterbury. Management, Marketing, and Entrepreneurship, 2016)
      How and why does the construction industry persist with competitive tendering as the dominant procurement model? This is a constructivist grounded theory view of construction industry procurement in New Zealand, explaining ...
    • Conceptualisation and Measurement of the Dimensionality of Place Attachment 

      Chen, N.; Dwyer, L.; Firth, T. (University of Canterbury. Management, Marketing, and Entrepreneurship, 2014)
      To extend the discussion and application of place attachment to tourism-relevant contexts, this article proposes two neglected dimensions: place memory and place expectation. Combining these dimensions, a six-dimension ...
    • Conceptualising Adaptive Resilience using Grounded Theory 

      Nilakant, Venkataraman; Walker, Bernard; Van Heugten, Kate; Baird, Rosemary; De Vries, Herb (2014)
      We present the initial findings from a study of adaptive resilience of lifelines organisations providing essential infrastructure services, in Christchurch, New Zealand following the earthquakes of 2010-2011. Qualitative ...
    • CONCEPTUALIZATION AND MEASUREMENT OF DIMENSIONALITY OF PLACE ATTACHMENT 

      Chen, Ning (Chris); Dwyer, Larry; Firth, Tracey (Cognizant Comm. Corp., 2014)
      To extend the discussion and application of place attachment to tourism-relevant contexts, this article proposes two neglected dimensions: place memory and place expectation. Combining these dimensions, a six-dimension ...
    • CONCEPTUALIZATION AND MEASUREMENT OF DIMENSIONALITY OF PLACE ATTACHMENT 

      Chen, Ning (Chris); Dwyer, Larry; Firth, Tracey (Cognizant Comm. Corp., 2014)
      To extend the discussion and application of place attachment to tourism-relevant contexts, this article proposes two neglected dimensions: place memory and place expectation. Combining these dimensions, a six-dimension ...
    • Constitutional Change in Hong Kong: The Legitimacy of the Provisional Legislative Council 

      Scragg, R. (University of Canterbury. School of Law, 1997)
      At midnight on 30 June 1997, the sovereignty of Hong Kong was transferred from Great Britain to the People's Republic of China. Hong Kong entered upon a new incarnation, absorbed into the People's Republic as a Special ...
    • Constitutional Law 

      Joseph, P.A. (University of Canterbury. School of Law, 2016)
      The review will examine seven public law developments from 2013-2015: three statutory, two judicial, one statutory inquiry and one non-statutory inquiry. The topics are: • the report of the Constitutional Advisory ...
    • Consumer Law Reform: The Consumer Guarantees Bill 

      Hawes, C. (University of Canterbury. School of Law, 1992)
    • Consumer Sophistication and the Role of Emotion on Satisfaction Judgments within Credence Services 

      Garry, T. (University of Canterbury. Management, 2007)
      Evidence which demonstrates a link between the affective dimension and satisfaction in a tangible product based context is well documented. However, when placed in a credence service context the role of Affect becomes ...
    • The Consumption and Disposition Behaviour of Voluntary Simplifiers 

      Ballantine, P.; Creery, S. (University of Canterbury. Management, 2010)
      Voluntary simplicity is a lifestyle choice that has received increasing media attention over time. A defining characteristic of voluntary simplicity is a reduced material consumption and the removal of clutter from one’s ...
    • Contractual Legislation and Company Law 

      Finn, J.N. (University of Canterbury. School of Law, 1982)
      In recent years the common law of contract has been greatly altered by the provisions of the Illegal Contracts Act 1970, the Contractual Mistakes Act 1977 and the Contractual Remedies Act 1979. Each of these statutes was ...
    • Converging Currents: Custom and Human Rights in the Pacific 

      New Zealand. Law Commission. (University of Canterbury. School of Law, 2006)
      Pacific leaders frequently refer to two significant objectives – maintaining local values and custom and implementing universal, human rights. This study is about achieving both objectives. Both custom and specific human ...
    • Creating Europe through culture? The Impact of the European Song Contest on European identity 

      Coupe T; Chaban N (2018)
      The UK's Brexit vote marked a major institutional crisis for the EU and re-opened both the scholarly and the popular debate about the importance and drivers of a "European identity". We use quasi-experimental data to ...
    • Criminal offences stagger into corporate law 

      Holderness, H. (University of Canterbury. School of Law, 2015)
      The criminalisation of corporate wrongdoing seems to have become rather fashionable in New Zealand in recent times, some might say dangerously so. However, as is typical of much law reform carried out in this country, ...
    • Cursed Rhetoric 

      Crampton, E. (University of Canterbury. Department of Economics and Finance, 2011)
      While public health interventions ensuring clean water and decent sewerage have been massively beneficial, more recent advocacy work crosses the line from policies generally meant to further the public interest to those ...
    • Custody and Mobility: The Law 

      Caldwell, J.L. (University of Canterbury. School of Law, 1995)
      A well-known axiom of Family Law is that following parental separation the children of the relationship generally need a continuing, close contact with both parents in order to ensure their good psychological health.' ...
    • A Defamation Case in the UK Involving the Qualified Privilege Defence and Why That's Significant for New Zealand 

      Cheer, U. (University of Canterbury. School of Law, 2012)
      I will talk about a significant decision from the UK Supreme Court involving the very important developing qualified privilege defence – the Flood case. (We should have a decision in the Chris Cairns case by then too, so ...
    • The Demise of Ultra-Vires - A Reply to Christopher Forsyth and Linda Whittle 

      Joseph, P. (University of Canterbury. School of Law, 2002)
      Dr Christopher Forsyth must be congratulated for his unshakeable resolve and indefatigable energy in holding the line on ultra vires. He has stoically resisted the onslaught of academic, judicial and extra-judicial writings ...
    • Democrats, Republicans, and Taxes: Evidence that Political Parties Matter 

      Reed, W.R. (University of Canterbury. Economics., 2005)
      I estimate the influence of political parties on state Tax Burdens over a forty-year period (1960-2000). Holding constant a large number of state and voter characteristic variables, I find that: (i) Tax Burdens are higher ...