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    • Uncovering wicked problem’s system structure : seeing the forest for the trees. 

      Kennedy, Ann-Marie; Kapitan, Sommer; Bajaj, Neha; Bakonyi, Angelina; Sands, Sean (Emerald, 2017)
      Purpose: This article uses systems thinking, systems theory, and Camillus’ (2008) framework for responding to wicked problems to provide social marketers with a theoretically based framework for approaching strategy formation ...
    • The United Kingdom Parliament Acts: Parliamentary Sovereignty on Trial 

      Gravells, N. (University of Canterbury. School of Law, 2006)
      Parliament has unlimited legal power to enact legislation; and the courts must recognise and enforce any legislation enacted by Parliament. That uncompromising statement of the legal powers of Parliament and the constitutional ...
    • An Update on Hong Kong’s Exchange of Information Developments and Engaging with BEPS 

      Sawyer AJ (2017)
      The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (HKSAR) implemented automatic exchange of information (AEOI) with the Inland Revenue (Amendment) (No. 3) Ordinance 2016 coming into effect on 30 June 2016. This development ...
    • Upstream social marketing strategy. 

      Kennedy, Ann-Marie; Kemper, Joya A.; Parsons, Andrew Grant (Emerald, 2018)
      In the case of complex social problems such as obesity and environmental degradation, structural change is needed to provide people with the ability to change (Andreasen, 2006). Strategic social marketing has identified ...
    • Valuing Employee Stock Options: Implications for the Implementation of NZ IFRS 2 

      Boyle, G.; Clyne, S.; Roberts, H. (University of Canterbury. Economics., 2006)
      From 2007, New Zealand firms must report the cost of granting employee stock options (ESOs). Market-based option pricing models assume that option holders are unconstrained in their portfolio choices and thus are indifferent ...
    • Visualization of a Stock Market Correlation Matrix 

      Rea, A.; Rea, W. (University of Canterbury. Department of Economics and FinanceUniversity of Canterbury. Mathematics and Statistics, 2014)
      This paper presents a novel application of Neighbor-Net, a clustering algorithm developed for constructing a phylogenetic network in the field of evolutionary biology, to visualizing a correlation matrix. We apply ...
    • What about Mom? The Forgotten Beneficiary of the Medicaid Expansions 

      Conway, K.S.; Kutinova, A. (University of Canterbury. Economics., 2008)
      This paper contributes to evidence regarding the effectiveness of the Medicaid expansions by focusing on a key beneficiary - the mother - who has previously been overlooked. Using the Natality Detail Files for 1989-96, we ...
    • What counts for quality in interdisciplinary accounting research in the next decade: A critical review and reflection 

      Guthrie J; Parker L; Dumay J; Milne MJ (2019)
      The purpose of this paper is to reflect upon the focus and changing nature of measuring academic accounting research quality. The paper addresses contemporary changes in academic publishing, metrics for determining research ...
    • What influences the progression of employment rights disputes? 

      Walker, B.; Hamilton, R.T. (University of Canterbury. Management, Marketing, and Entrepreneurship, 2015)
      This study of employment rights disputes in New Zealand accessed all parties to 14 disputes. Despite a legislative requirement to preserve relationships, only three survived. Dispute type, interaction mode and the ...
    • What to Aim for? The Choice of an Inflation Objective when Openness Matters 

      Froyen, R.T.; Guender, A.V. (University of Canterbury. Department of Economics and Finance, 2016)
      Inflation targeting countries generally define the inflation objective in terms of the consumer price index. Studies in the academic literature, however, reach conflicting conclusions concerning which measure of inflation ...
    • What's in a cost? Comparing economic and public health measures of alcohol's social costs 

      Crampton, E.; Burgess, M.; Taylor, B. (University of Canterbury. Department of Economics and Finance, 2012)
      Studies based on a cost of illness method frequently assert large social costs from a variety of risky activities, the harms from which most typically fall upon the risk-taker himself. Many of these costs are inadmissible ...
    • Which panel data estimator should I use?: A corrigendum and extension 

      Moundigbaye M; Rea WS; Reed WR (2018)
      This study uses Monte Carlo experiments to produce new evidence on the performance of a wide range of panel data estimators. It focuses on estimators that are readily available in statistical software packages such as ...
    • Why Revisit Sutton v O'Kane? The Tricky Trio: Supervening Fraud, the In Personam Claim and Landlocked Land 

      Toomey, E. (University of Canterbury. School of Law, 2007)
      The focus of this paper is on the maturing of the in personam claim, and its relationship with the concepts of supervening fraud and landlocked land. The paper concentrates solely on the enforcement of the claim against ...
    • You Get What You Vote For: Voter Preferences and Economic Freedom 

      Crampton, E. (University of Canterbury. Economics., 2002)
      While several cross-sectional studies (La Porta et. al. 2002, Norton 2002) examine institutional and cultural determinants of economic freedom, changes in economic freedom remain unexamined. I find changes in voter preferences ...