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Last updated on Monday 14 August 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.
Dr James Lockhart appeared on the AM Show to discuss Labour’s new water policy. His commentary was also picked up by the Rural News Group, stuff.co.nz, Newshub, Taranaki Daily News
A Whangarei Report article about housing affordability issues in Northland referred to the about the Massey Home Affordability Report.
Dr Jane Hurst and her PhD thesis on the relationships between women in the workplace featured in Management Magazine.
Dr Michael Naylor had an opinion piece about the changeover to electric vehicles published in the NBR.
An NZ Herald article about the impact of loan-to-value ratio restrictions being short term featured research by Dr H. Humayan Kabir and former Massey lecturer Dr Song Shi.
School of Aviation chief executive Ashok Poduval was interviewed on Newstalk ZB about a survey that found only 17 per cent of people would get in a pilotless plane.
An opinion piece by IMNZ’s Jane Carroll, was also published in Management Magazine, discussed the future of work referred to research by Massey researchers that found coaching is the number one priority for people development in New Zealand.
The Weekend Herald ran a feature about two Herald journalists and their ground-breaking stories, which featured in Dr James Hollings’ new book about investigative journalism A Moral Truth.
The Spinoff also ran a week-long series featuring the book A Moral Truth. These included:
The Otago Daily Times profiled Bonnie Crawshaw-McClean, one of the winners of the Entrepreneurs in Action Weekend sponsored by Massey University.