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Last updated on Monday 22 May 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.
Professor Ted Zorn appeared on the AM show to discuss the latest crises engulfing President Donald Trump in the United States. Professor Christoph Schumacher had an opinion piece on the economic conditions in the United States that led to voter anger and helped to elect Donald Trump to the presidency. He also asks if the same conditions exist in NZ.
Research into the circumstances leading to the appointment of minority CEOs by MBA graduate Kam Sharma was featured in the Sunday Star-Times and stuff.co.nz. Master of Advanced Leadership Practice graduate Dan Walker’s research into introducing Māori tikanga to the IT sector was profiled by the Manawatū Guardian.
Professor Valentyna Melnyk was quoted in a Herald on Sunday column about how strong brands are able to get consumers to spend more when cheaper alternatives are available.
Dr James Lockhart was interviewed on Newstalk ZB about the government’s plan to invest $90 million into irrigation in a bid to create more jobs and boost economic growth.
Dr Cathy Strong was quoted in a stuff.co.nz article about press freedom being stifled by cynical use of Official Information Act.
Dr Tripe was also quoted in an NZ Property Investor article about the impact of banking regulation changes announced in the Australian Budget. Dr Claire Matthews was quoted in an NZ Herald, Bay of Plenty Times and Daily Post article about the growth of KiwiSaver funds invested to more than $40 billion under management. Dr Claire Matthews was quoted in Gisborne Herald article about cooling house prices, bank deposit rates and mortgage interest rates. Dr Matthews was also interviewed on Newstalk ZB and stuff.co.nz about the impact of banking regulation changes announced in the Australian Budget.
A NZ Herald editorial about the government’s new house affordability measure referenced Massey University’s Home Affordability Report. The findings of the most recent Home Affordability report were also the focus of a column in NZ Property Investor Magazine.
Associate Professor Henry Chung was quoted in a NZ Herald, Ashburton Guardian and Hokitika Guardian article about canned New Zealand air being sold in China.
NBR story about Ubco, a New Zealand tech company that raised $3.95 million in funding, referenced research by Massey Master of Management graduate Hattaf Ansari on how best to approach New Zealand and US angel investors.
Massey University business intern Lyneil Gray was profiled in the Manawatu Standard as she is organising Arohanui Hospice’s annual collection while doing an internship with the organisation.
Associate Professor Craig Prichard was quoted in a Ashburton Courier article about the potential growth in value of the sheep milk industry.