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    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...
    • 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 ...
    • Hedging the Value of Waiting 

      Boyle, G.; Guthrie, G. (University of Canterbury. Economics., 2006)
      We analyze the optimal hedging policy of a firm that has flexibility in the timing of investment. Conventional wisdom suggests that hedging adds value by alleviating the underinvestment problem associated with capital ...
    • Holding Onto Your Horses: Conflicts of Interest in Asset Management 

      Boyle, G.; Guthrie, G.; Gorton, L. (University of Canterbury. Department of Economics and Finance, 2010)
      Racehorse trainers operate unregulated asset management businesses in which the assets owned by outside clients compete with those owned by trainers for the latter’s time, care, and attention. However, market mechanisms ...
    • The Honourable D.F. Quigley's Resignation - Strictly Political, Not Constitutional 

      Joseph, P.A. (University of Canterbury. School of Law, 1982)
      June 1982 will be remembered for the Quigley affair. Precipitated by Mr D. F. Quigley's address to the Young Nationals on June 7,[1] the Prime Minister responded with the ultimatum that the Minister either publicly apologise ...
    • How Right-to-Work Laws Affect Wages 

      Reed, W.R. (University of Canterbury. Economics., 2003)
      The author examines the wage effects of Right-To-Work (RTW). Using state-level data, he estimates that, ceteris paribus, RTW states have average wages that are significantly higher than non-RTW states. This result is ...
    • How the law attempts to deal with hoaxes and pranks in the media that lead to harm 

      Cheer, U. (University of Canterbury. School of Law, 2012)
      Today I can’t avoid talking about how the law attempts to deal with hoaxes and pranks in the media that lead to harm, following the shocking outcome of the prank by Mel Greig and Michael Christian, hosts of 2Day FM Radio ...
    • Human Capital and Popular Investment Advice 

      Boyle, G.; Guthrie, G. (University of Canterbury. Department of Economics and Finance, 2005)
      Popular investment advice recommends that the stock/bond and stock/wealth ratios should rise with investor risk tolerance and investment horizon respectively, prescriptions that are difficult to reconcile with the simple ...
    • The impact of violence against women on reproductive health and child mortality in Timor-Leste : secondary analysis of 2009-2010 Timor-Leste Demographic Health Survey 

      Taft, A.J.; Powell, R.L.; Watson, L.F. (University of Canterbury. School of Law, 2015)
      Objectives: To determine differences in reproductive health and infant and child mortality and health between abused and non-abused ever-married women in Timor-Leste. Methods: Secondary data analysis of Timor-Leste Demographic ...
    • Impending Doom: The Loss of Diversification before a Crisis 

      Rea WS; Yang L; Rea A (2017)
      We present four methods of assessing the diversification potential within a stock market, and two of these are based on principal component analysis. They were applied to the Australian stock exchange for the years 2000 ...
    • The Imperial Laws Application Act 1988 

      Finn, J.N. (University of Canterbury. School of Law, 1989)
      One of the occasionally difficult or perplexing elements of New Zealand's colonial legal heritage is the discovery of a point of law which is governed by, or may be affected by, an English or United Kingdom statute of ...
    • In the nude: factors determining the employment status of sex workers 

      Masselot A; Oliver A; Meriluoto L; Morrish S (2018)
      This article analyses critically the 2018 Christchurch Employment Relations Authority’s (the Authority) decision in Hamilton-Redmond and Clifford v Casino Bar Limited, which found that two strip dancers were independen ...
    • The Incidence and Cost of New Onset Hyperlipidemia Claims Among US Wait-Listed and Transplanted Renal Allograft Recipients 

      Woodward, R.S.; Page, T.F.; Menclova, A.; Schnitzler, M.A.; Brennan, D.C. (University of Canterbury. Department of Economics and Finance, 2010)
      Background: Hyperlipidemia increases mortality and is common with kidney-disease. New-onset hyperlipidemia (NOHL) among patients wait-listed and after transplantation may impact costs and graft-survival of patients with ...
    • Indoor Management and the Companies Amendment Act 1985 

      Hawes, C. (University of Canterbury. School of Law, 1985)
      The Companies Amendment Act 1985 (hereinafter referred to as "the Act") constitutes a modification and codification of certain aspects of the law relating to contracts made between companies, acting of course through ...
    • Infilitrating an e-tribe: marketing within the Machinima [computerised games] community 

      Harwood, T.; Garry, T. (University of Canterbury. Management, 2009)
      Relationship marketing principals of co-creating value and interactivity through a process of co-production are fundamental (e.g., Ballantyne, Egan, et al) and yet there has been little investigation into how this ...
    • Information and knowledge of public sector decision makers: experimental research in the context of a local government hospital in Indonesia 

      Bawono, I.R.; Halim, A.; Lord, B.R. (University of Canterbury. Department of Accounting and Information Systems, 2015)
      This research aimed to test the previous result of experimental research on decision making by Dilla and Steinbart (2005), and to internalize the result in the context of a local government hospital in Indonesia. The ...
    • Information asymmetry, market segmentation, and cross-listing: Implications for event study methodology 

      Gu, L.; Reed, W.R. (University of Canterbury. Department of Economics and Finance, 2013)
      This paper connects three subjects related to international financial markets -- (i) information asymmetry, (ii) market segmentation, and (iii) cross-listings -- and highlights their implication for event study methodology. ...
    • Informed consent to breech birth in New Zealand 

      Powell, R.L.; Walker, S.; Barrett, A. (University of Canterbury. School of Law, 2015)
      The authors note significant room for improvement in facilitating informed consent in the management of breech presentation. New Zealand maternity care providers, including midwives, general practitioners and specialist ...
    • Integrating resource-based theory in a practice-relevant form 

      Knott, P. (University of Canterbury. Management, 2009)
      Purpose – This paper aims to address the limited development of techniques to analyze firms’ internal sources of competitive performance. It seeks to enhance the contribution of the widely diffused value-rarity-imitabil ...