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Last updated on Monday 20 March 2017
Massey University's business experts are often sought out for their expertise and opinions on topical issues. Here are highlights of the latest interviews and commentary in the news.
A research report by Master of Management student Hattaf Ansari for the ecentre into the differences in investor culture between the US and New Zealand featured in a front-page story in the NZ Herald’s business section and in the Dominion Post, NBR, stuff.co.nz, nzentrerpreneurcom, voxy.co.nz, sharechat.co.nz and NZ City. Mr Ansari was also interviewed on Radio NZ news and Morning Report.
Associate Professor Jonathan Elms was quoted in a Sunday Star-Times and stuff.co.nz article about European discount retailer TK Maxx entering the Australian market.
Fin-Ed Centre director Dr Pushpa Wood was quoted in a stuff.co.nz article about the cost of raising children.
Property student Charlotte Newsom was profiled in the Rodney Times and stuff.co.nz after winning this year’s Marcus Kitt Memorial bursary, a scholarship established by Colliers International in memory of a Massey alumnus and long-time Colliers employee.
School of Aviation chief executive Ashok Poduval was quoted in a Radio NZ web story about lightning hitting planes after recent incidents.
Professor Sarah Leberman and the Women in Sport Aotearoa initiative she spearheaded was covered by the North Shore Times and Westport News.
IndianNewslink ran an article about IMNZ’s executive education survey, which is being conducted by School of Management researchers. Professor Jane Parker was quoted.
Associate Professor Craig Prichard was quoted in a Manawatu Standard and stuff.co.nz article about top chef Marc Soper using sheep milk products. He was also interviewed on Radio NZ’s Midday Report about NZ’s annual sheep milking conference.